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Project description Intervention type Evaluation type Setting Target group Country Quality level
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: Young People As Peer Educators In Drug Misuse
Summary: Increases young people's knowledge of drugs and develops communication skills to enable them to explore and discuss all aspects of issues related to young people and substance misuse with their peers. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation school, community children/young people United Kingdom 1
Title: Project Spirillen (named after the cartoon character)
Summary: The general objective of the project is to promote employment among drug addicts receiving cash benefits and undergoing substitution therapy. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation adults Denmark 1
Title: Snow Ball. Peer Group Programme Among Drug Users
Summary: The purpose of the project is to improve the information about health and risk behaviours that reaches drug users groups by means of training a drug-using peer group. >>
harm reduction outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults, children/young people Spain 1
Title: Peer Support For Parents In Low SES Neighbourhoods To Prevent Childhood Drug Problems
Summary: The project promotes peer meeting for parents, which discuss parenting skills in relation to drug use. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation family, community family/parents Netherlands 1
Title: 'Drugs, risk less (DR-)'. (Update of: 'Development and distribution of harm reduction information and brochures').
Summary: This project (re-named 'Drugs, risk less/DR-') aims to sensitise drug users to the risks related to the use of psychotropic products and to inform them on the means to reduce these. It follows a logic of promotion of health, aiming to promote responsibility among the users. It concretely aims: to improve the knowledge of the users on (licit or illicit) drug consumption and how to reduce risks in case of consumption; to promote individual and social skills development among the users by offering them the opportunity to reflect on their consumption, to make choices in respect of their health and to keep control of their consumption; to improve the knowledge of the consumers on the professional relays and aid, information and screening structures, especially at a local level; to sensitise young consumers in leisure or recreational settings; and to promote participation of drug users in the project (peer-to-peer action). >>
harm reduction process evaluation children/young people Belgium 1
Title: The Caravan
Summary: The project is a targeted initiative offered to party environments in four holiday resorts in the county. Under the motto "take a break in the caravan", qualified young people gave other young people care and information from three mobile homes located close to the party environments in the towns in question. >>
prevention process evaluation party scene children/young people Denmark 1
Title: Peer Prevention Of AIDS And Infectious Diseases Among North African Drug Users In Rotterdam
Summary: This project tries to get in touch with this hard-to-reach target group through peers in order to inform them about the risks of injecting drug use. >>
harm reduction outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Netherlands 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
Title: Peer Education Project
Summary: The Peer Education Project focuses on the age-group of pupils up to 18 years and has been developed to close the gap of already existing Peer Models. Before these kind of projects mainly targeted pupils in lower grade and still in compulsory education. Peers should be qualified within a special training consisting o three modules. Basic knowledge on addiction (prevention) as well as individual competences are communicated and extended. >>
prevention process evaluation school children/young people Austria 1

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