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Project description Intervention type Evaluation type Setting Target group Country Quality level
Title: Women's Collective: ARKEN
Summary: ARKEN is a treatment and aftercare programme specifically for women. It primarily follows a 12-step programme building on the philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous. The treatment phase lasts for 6-9 months and the after care phase lasts for one year. The programme supports participants in their objective of achieving a drug-free life, including improvements to living standards and relationships. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults Norway 1
Title: Young Men In The Traffic: Full In The Grasp. A project for the lowering of accident numbers (alcohol-caused) of young men between 18-25 years.
Summary: A project targeting young men aged from 18 to 25 years old. The project offers training, which encourages safer driving. Young men who take part in the project are less likely to have an accident compared to other young men of the same age in Lower Saxony. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation school, community adults, children/young people Germany 1
Title: Intervention Programme for High-risk Drug Addicted Pregnant Women.
Summary: The project improves the follow up of pregnant women attending the centre and reduces drug related harm on the women and their babies. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults, children/young people Spain 1
Title: S.A.O.L.
Summary: SAOL is an innovative education, training and community rehabilitation project designed to meet the needs of women drug users who have stabilised their drug use primarily through methadone maintenance. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation adults Ireland 1
Title: Merchant's Quay Health Promotion Unit
Summary: This service aims to provide support and promote health care to intravenous drug users by providing a low threshold service, needle exchange and general health care. Evaluation shows that the service is successful in attracting hard to reach groups such as female drug users, young drug users and new intravenous drug users. >>
harm reduction outcome evaluation low threshold service, needle/syringe provision adults, children/young people Ireland 1
Title: The STAR Women's Rehabilitation Project
Summary: This projects aims to support women who have stabilised their drug use, to reintegrate into the community. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Ireland 1
Title: Paco Nantera: Programme for Immigrant Minors
Summary: This is a residential programme targeting immigrant Magreb young people who arrive in Andalucia illegally, without any parents and who present behavioural problems. The programme promotes personal and social restructuring by teaching a variety of social language and educational skills. >>
prevention outcome evaluation family, school children/young people Spain 1
Title: Perinatal follow-up of drug addicted pregnant women by the Mobile Addiction Team (AMT) of the Port Royal-Cochin hospital group of Paris.
Summary: The general objective of the Drug addiction Mobile Team's (EMA) intervention aims at helping pregnant drug addicts to gain or regain their parental abilities during pregnancy and during the delivery and post-partum period, in order to maintain the relationship between the mother and her child. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults France 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: Snowball Peers HIV, Hepatitis and Overdose Prevention Operations
Summary: The 'Snowball' operations are prevention operations of AIDS, hepatitis and risks related to drug consumption such as overdose, led by peers. They originally essentially targeted injecting drug users (IDUs). It then broadened to other routes of consumption, and in general, to a public who have very few contacts with traditional prevention and care structures, because they are very fragile. The drug users (DUs) are recruited (group of 10). They follow at least six sessions of training with a duration of approximately two hours each. Then, provided with a questionnaire, with information brochures and with harm reduction material ('sniff kit', sterile syringes), each trained 'jobiste' (voluntary worker) is instructed to make contact with approximately 10 IDUs and to recruit among them new workers for another operation. This fieldwork phase lasts about 15 days. Thereafter, the jobistes come back for a collective and individual evaluation session. About 500 jobistes a year are hired in Belgium. The project was also launched in prison since 2002. Previously, thanks to European funds, the snowball operations had been spread to Portugal, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Spain and Finland. These funds no longer exist. The snowball operations continue in Spain, but no information was available on the other countries. >>
harm reduction process evaluation low threshold service, outreach/drug scene adults Belgium 2

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