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Title: FeierFest! – Leisure time and party culture for young people. Pilot project for the implementation of a new festival and party culture for young people in the EuRegio-region Salzburg/Bavaria
Summary: The project „FeierFest!“ was designed by Akzente Salzburg and implemented together with partners from the cross-border regions Salzburg (Austria), Berchtesgadener Land and Traunstein (both in Germany). The aim was the prevention of risky consumption patterns among young people in their nightlife and leisure time activities. The focus was especially on alcohol use. Concepts and products for nightlife settings and different hosts of events, parties etc. were developed, which support and promote the implementation of an addiction-preventive party culture for young people. Among these products is the manual “Feier-Leitfaden”, which helps during the planning and organization phase of preventive festivities. Another focus of the project was the raising of awareness about child-welfare regulations and the compliance to them. >>
prevention evaluation of intervention planning, process evaluation party scene, community adults, children/young people Austria 1
Title: Frontline Community Drugs Project
Summary: The Frontline Project was developed to provide a co-ordinated and integrated contact for young people between the ages of 12 and 21 who are involved in drug misuse and experiencing social exclusion because of their drug use and socio-economic background. >>
prevention process evaluation community family/parents, children/young people Ireland 1
Title: CRA plus vouchers for treating cocaine use
Summary: The aim of this project was to adapt, develop and test a standardised treatment approach based on the combination of the Community reinforcement approach and Vouchers (CRA + Vouchers) for cocaine-dependent patients in five treatment centres. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation outpatient adults Netherlands 3
Title: DROJNET 2: Innovation in drug information services (prevention and risk reduction) for young people, through the use of ICT.
Summary: Drojnet 2 is a cross-border project conducted between a French partner, Bizia Association of Bayonne, and three Spanish partners responsible for drug addiction in the regions of La Rioja, Aragon and Catalonia. This project stems from the conclusions and contributions of young people to the Drojnet project (border interregional cooperation for the development of an interactive service on drug information and adapted to young audiences and in the show cómoTVes. Drojnet 2 uses the new technologies of information and communication (mobile messages, web pages and social networking) as a system of participation and involvement of young people in the development and dissemination of prevention and harm reduction messages associated with alcohol, snuff and other drugs among young people. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation school, community children/young people Spain 2
Title: The CONTROLES? ("Are You In Control") Program itinerant exhibition is a universal and community oriented program aimed at preventing drug use and its associated risks. Directed toward young people, parents and social agents
Summary: The "CONTROLES?" ("Are you in control?") Program is a drug abuse prevention program of a universal and community character aimed at adolescents aged 12 to 15 years of age, teenagers 16 and over, families, professionals and adults in general. The objective is to provide information on drugs and to work on protective factors to prevent consumption, promote responsible attitudes in youth by developing social skills and to stimulate reflection on the parenting style of mothers and fathers so as to prevent drug use in their children. The program consists of: AN INTERACTIVE ITINERANT exhibition structured around: - General information about 3 drugs (tobacco, alcohol and cannabis) placed on some prominent central pieces and there is an information panel that covers drugs in general and their effect on the brain and people's behaviour. - Specific information for each audience, located in separate areas, on panels highlighted with the same colour: Orange, for the group of adolescents from 12 to 15 years-old, Green, for teenagers 16 years of age and over, Blue, for parents and professionals. INTERACTIVE GAMES, the 10 iPads used are distributed among the group by the professional in charge of the activity. All screens contain all the exhibition material and it is accessed through an interface where the age and the resource can be chosen. This allows for reducing the size of large groups. The interactive activities give a lot of information while being both attractive and dynamic. FIXED TOUCHSCREEN, in the exhibition with the interactive game for parents and professionals. COMPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES OF THE "CONTROLES" ("ARE YOU IN CONTROL?") PROGRAM: Guided visits, students can go on guided visits by class group (GCSE, A-Levels training courses ...) Two professionals, experts in drug abuse, explain them and stimulate a process of reflection and dialogue. Each visit lasts an hour and a half per class group. Additional activities in the classroom for the adolescents and older teenagers so that those who visited the exhibition and took part in activities in small groups can finish completing the information and the supplying the reflections generated during the visit to the exhibition. Training activities for parents. Drug abuse prevention specialists provide information on the types of drugs and their effects as well as educational guidelines on improving family communication, establishing a clear position in front of the drug use and acquiring tools to help enhance the functions of the family, both in terms of support and of vigilance. Training activities for professionals. Through a training session designed for different groups, professionals in the fields of education, health, social services, leisure,law enforcement, etc. .... can visit the exhibition that invites critical and constructive reflection on the tools that can aid in the prevention of drug addiction within their respective spheres of work. SUPPORT MATERIALS FROM THE "CONTROLES?" ("ARE YOU IN CONTROL?") PROGRAM: Diptychs, Posters, Information Guide for families. It offers educational guidelines for preventing drug use in children. Educational guides for teachers (educational guide Secondary School, educational guide for GCSE, educational guide for A-Level). It offers a set of activities that can be carried out in various educational spaces, mainly in the classroom, as a continuation of the guided visits of the “CONTROLES?” (“Are You In Control?”) Exhibition. Each cycle has specific activities for which the content is prepared and structured for each age group. Website of the program www.controles.diba.cat >>
prevention process evaluation family, school, community children/young people Spain 1
Title: Transfer of 'Quit the shit' - www.drugcom.de
Summary: With the transfer of the 'Quit the shit' counselling programme, the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) initiated a pilot project aimed at decentralising online counselling to include counsellors of local drug counselling centres. So far, 'Quit the shit' counselling services had been provided centrally by the drugcom team. Within the scope of the first model phase, however, admittance was refused to more than 1 300 prospects because of exhausted counselling capacities. For this reason, the model project was further developed in order to integrate counselling resources of local drug prevention centres. The online project 'Quit the shit' was to be 'transferred' into the work of outpatient facilities. A series of different quality assurance measures was introduced to maintain good acceptance among clients and to continuously ensure the proven efficiency. The present questionnaire contains the details and the experience gathered within the scope of quality assurance as well as the transfer results. >>
prevention process evaluation community adults Germany 1
Title: Drug services in prison and follow-up care
Summary: The Project works with problem drug users in conflict with law in prison and after release from prison in form of professional social consulting. The contact is established in prison and it helps to master the period of return from prison environment to normal life. >>
interventions in the criminal justice system outcome evaluation community, prison family/parents, adults, children/young people Czech Republic 1
Title: New Service Model for Children Who Live and/or Are Forced to Work on the Streets
Summary: Within the framework of the New Service Model for Children Who Live and/or Are Forced to Work on the Streets, work is conducted for the temporary rehabilitation and reintegration of these children who live and/or are forced to work on the streets in cooperation with all relevant public agencies, representatives of universities and NGOs. >>
prevention outcome evaluation community family/parents, children/young people Turkey 2
Title: Program Domowych Detektywow
Summary: Program Domowych Detektywow is the Polish version of the US programme The Slick Tracy Home Team Program. The program aims to prevent under-age drinking and consists of five teacher- and peer-led sessions combined with parent-child activities to be undertaken at home. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation family, school general population, family/parents, children/young people Poland 3
Title: Municipal Plan of Drug Addiction Prevention of Oliveira do Bairro: Building
Summary: This project consists of 5 actions and covers the areas of school, family, sport clubs and leisure time clubs and young people who have dropped out of school. The purpose of the projects are to address risk behaviours, to develop personal and social skills, to promote leisure times activities and to promote parental skills. >>
prevention outcome evaluation family, school, community family/parents, children/young people Portugal 1

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