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Project description Intervention type Evaluation type Setting Target group Country Quality level
Title: Supervised Housing
Summary: Supervised Housing provides accommodation for people with drug related problems. Clients targeted are those who are homeless but relatively stable in their drug use; clients also includes couples and people with children. The aims is that after a maximum of 2 years clients are able to move into their own accommodation. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation adults Austria 1
Title: Soilse: Social Reintegration and Vocational Rehabilitation of Drug Misuse
Summary: Established in 1992 to provide a service to those wishing to rehabilitate themselves from addiction to mood-altering substances. Soilse seeks to reintegrate former drug users into society. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation family/parents, adults Ireland 1
Title: Dependence Treatment Unit 18 ANO: Social Rehabilitation Centre
Summary: The centre constitutes the third and last phase of the Drug Dependence Treatment Unit 18 ANO and is probably the most crucial part of the therapeutic procedure. This phase aims at helping the patient to organise his/her life on a new basis by giving new content, values, meaning and goals.. The main objective is to prevent any relapses by providing the clients with continued assistance in order to integrate themselves into society. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Greece 1
Title: The MEAM Approach (by Making Every Adult Matter)
Summary: The MEAM Approach was designed by Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM), a coalition of four national charities (Clinks, DrugScope, Homeless Link and Mind) that are working together to improve policy and services for adults facing multiple needs, such as mental ill health, homelessness, drug and alcohol misuse, offending, family breakdown and exclusion. The MEAM Approach helps local areas design and deliver better coordinated services so that people with multiple needs can improve their wellbeing and reduce costs to the public purse. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, impact evaluation adults United Kingdom 2
Title: Therapeutic Programme EXODOS: Social Reintegration Programme
Summary: A Social Reintegration programme that focuses on relapse prevention, educational and vocational training, and building relationships with significant others. The programme also gives opportunities to participate in various activities which aim to avoid social marginalisation and to prevent negative stereotyping of drug users. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation adults Greece 1
Title: Workshops of the Drogenhilfe Köln e.V.
Summary: Targets former drug users who now want to live without drugs. The workshops are used as a preparation for professional reintegration and include activities such as woodwork, metal work, repair work and other manual activities. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation adults, children/young people Germany 1
Title: SORRY project (Crime Reconciliation)
Summary: The implementation of a model of rapid intervention based on co-operation in Lappeenranta in order to reduce re-offending rates among young offenders. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, process evaluation children/young people Finland 1
Title: The Eve's Family project. -Support to mothers/families with substance abuse problems and their children.
Summary: Eve's Family was a project implemented in three municipalities in 2002-2005 by the Finnish Blue Ribbon association and funded by the Finnish Slot Machine Association (RAY). It aimed to develop forms of support for women and mothers with substance abuse problems and their children. The Jyväskylä sub-project developed a Women's House action model, including various individual and group level forms of support for women/mothers with substance abuse problems and their children. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, process evaluation family/parents, adults, children/young people Finland 1
Title: The Step-Down Housing Programme
Summary: In 2004, the Health Service Executive (HSE Rehabilitation/Reintegration Service (RIS) and the Keltoi Residential Drug Rehabilitation service recognised that some people who had taken part in drug rehabilitation in Keltoi did not have a secure and safe living environment to return to and were exposed to the risk of relapse. In response, the HSE/RIS and Keltoi in conjunction with Focus Ireland; a voluntary service provider to homeless people, developed an inter-agency response known as the George's Hill Step-Down programme, with supported accommodation in seven apartments. >>
social reintegration process evaluation the setting of the intervention is supported accommodation comprising of seven apartments. adults Ireland 1

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