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Project description Intervention type Evaluation type Setting Target group Country Quality level
Title: F.E.E.T. to Walk: Prevent, Educate, Socialize (P.E.S. P'andar: Prevenir, educar e socializar - Programa de Competências Pessoais e Sociais e Promoção de estilos de Vida Saudáveis)
Summary: The main objective of the program is the development of personal and social skills and the promotion of healthy lifestyles. The main target group of the 2-year project are young people living in a deprived neighbourhood. The program applies a cognitive-behavioural approach and methods of living education. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation family, school, community family/parents, children/young people Portugal 2
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: MAG-Net: Health promotion and addiction prevention in school and leisure time settings specifically aiming at youngsters and youngsters at risk.
Summary: The project MAG-Net started in June 2009 and ended in December 2012. It is an operationnal programme which runs in the framework of the INTERREG IV-A "Greater Region" aiming at intensifying cross-border cooperation.The main titel of the project is: Health promotion and addiction prevention project in leisure time and school settings specifically targeting youngsters and youngsters at risk. 6 project partners from 5 different areas in the Greater Region are associated to the project. These partners are: Centre d'action laïque (CAL) of the Province of Luxembourg - leading project partner (Belgium), Stadtverwaltung Saarbrücken (Germany), Aktionsgesellschaft Drogenberatung e.V., Saarbrücken (Germany), Centre Spécialisé de Soins pour Toxicomanes "Les Wads", CMSEA (France), Caritasverband Westeifel e.V. (Germany) and the Centre de Prévention des Toxicomanes, CePT (Luxembourg). 4 actions had been foreseen: "network" MAG-Net, "school" MAG-Net, "party" MAG-Net and "social" MAG-Net. Concerning the "network" MAG-NET, knowledge, resources, services and materials of the different partners have been collected, a data base of existing services had been set up, two trans-border symposiums were organised and a web page was launched (http://mag-net.eu).Concerning "school" MAG-Net, a working group aiming at the development of prevention material in school settings was set up, there was an exchange of existing materials and their translation, a development of new materials concerning age group 13 to 16 years and an evaluation of the material. A data base of working material and projects was also set up (http://mag-net.eu/bdd/index_de.php). School staff was proposed further training and school projects were organized.Concerning "party" MAG-Net, also a working group was set up aiming at organizing international sensibilisation and risk reduction campaigns in party settings.Other aims were to analyse the party public and the drug consumptions. Awareness raising of organisators by further training concerning addiction and risk reduction and to distribute quality labels for party settings have been other objectives of the "party" MAG-Net.The aim of "social" MAG-Net was to set up a working group to exchange best practices and to guarantee further training of professionals in direct contact with drug addicted persons. >>
prevention process evaluation party scene, school children/young people Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg 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: InPar
Summary: "InPar" was an experimental project at national level in the area of Professional and Social Reintegration aimed at people who use drugs, targeted by Outreach Teams, in close cooperation between Harm Reduction and Professional and Social Reintegration. Our objective was to highlight the facilitating factors and obstacles in this process of integration and identifying good practices/recommendations for future projects. The project developed two main activities: Integration of Drug Users as Peer Workers and Evaluation & Research of the drug users reintegration process in the labor market. >>
social reintegration evaluation of intervention planning, outcome evaluation, process evaluation pre-professional training. supervision/consultancy. Portugal 2
Title: Drug Project of Eastern Finland 2000-2001
Summary: A comprehensive package of drug prevention and drug work measures that cover Eastern Finland. >>
process evaluation adults, children/young people Finland 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: 3CP: Three Cities Project (Hamburg- Amsterdam -Manchester)
Summary: 3CP-4 has continued the common project to develop and implement a mutual monitoring and early information system concerning new drugs and emerging consumption trends among young people, based on peer networks in each city. >>
process evaluation adults European Commission 1
Title: Community Based Addiction Prevention
Summary: Registering and promoting motivation of voluntary groups in drug addiction prevention is the focus of this European project. In course of the project, following activities were performed: - extended research and analysis of literature of current state of the art concerning voluntarism, which served as a basis for constructing a questionnaire and for developing strategies. >>
process evaluation general population European Commission 1
Title: Evaluation Study: Impact Of Pill Testing Programmes With Regard To The Consumption Behaviour And Risk Consciousness Among Users Of Synthetic Drugs (ecstasy)
Summary: Pill-Testing is one of many factors playing a role in the lives and behaviour of ecstasy users. From that perspective, pill-testing cannot be expected to have a very strong impact. Nevertheless, the empirical findings largely support the hypotheses of the study >>
outcome evaluation, process evaluation family/parents, adults, children/young people European Commission 1

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