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Title: Viktoria's Birthday: Primary Addiction Prevention For Primary School Pupils
Summary: Viktorias Birthday is an interactive theatre programme for children aged between 6 and 10. The programme supports other early intervention measures already implemented in the primary school setting. As a result of the evaluation, which showed that the programme did not successfully reach 'at risk' children and parents, the programme has been further developed. >>
prevention process evaluation school children/young people Austria 1
Title: Frankmo Living Community
Summary: Frankmo Living Community is a residential treatment programme which helps participants to live a life free from drugs and crime. Evaluation results show that fifty seven percent of participants are living without drug abuse 5 years after discharge from the programme. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, impact evaluation adults, children/young people Norway 1
Title: Drug Policy Implementation in Judicial Youth Institutions
Summary: This project is about the implementation of an institutional drugs policy in a young offenders institute. It compares strict versus liberal drug policies and finishes by saying that a zero tolerance drug policy is less effective for this target group. >>
interventions in the criminal justice system process evaluation prison children/young people Netherlands 1
Title: Blueprint Drug Education Programme
Summary: Blueprint is a two-year multi-component drug prevention programme involving young people aged 11 to 13. The programme consists of five intervention strategies designed to combat the community influences on drug use: school, parent, community organisation, media, and health policy. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation school family/parents, children/young people United Kingdom 1
Title: Re-Invent Outside Leisure Time
Summary: A family prevention programme which provides recreational activities for the young people of Esmoriz and Cortegaça. The programme is targeted to support risk families through a personalized program of social intervention and referral to specialized services which develop social, emotional, cognitive and behavioural competences such as self-esteem, self-regulating behaviour, assertiveness and problem solving skills. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation community family/parents, children/young people Portugal 1
Title: Drug Education for Primary School Students and their Parents
Summary: The purpose of the school programme was to increase the knowledge of primary school pupils and their parents of the effects of drugs and drug use. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation school adults, children/young people Netherlands 1
Title: Ordago! Rise to the drug challenge. Prevention of drug addiction in middle school
Summary: The school prevention programme strengthens the protection factors that research has found to be related to drug use and reduces the risk factors that can be influenced through education. This particular programme targeting middle school students has the broadest coverage in Spain in 9 autonomous communities. >>
prevention outcome evaluation school children/young people Spain 1
Title: Programme of Legal and Social Care and Services for Minor and Adult Drug Addicts (PAJS)
Summary: Based in Galicia, the programme provides comprehensive care and attention for drug addicts with legal problems, it optimizes co-ordination among the different institutions and agents involved and advises magistrates, judges and prosecutors about the personal, family and social backgrounds of the clients. >>
interventions in the criminal justice system outcome evaluation, process evaluation community, prison family/parents, adults, children/young people Spain 1
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: Breaking the Cycle
Summary: Breaking the Cycle (BtC) is a family intervention developed to support families where parents have substance misuse problems. The intervention aims to reduce parental drug use or drinking, to improve family functioning so that children are provided with an environment in which they can thrive and to help prevent the cycle of substance misuse continuing from one generation to the next. Specifically, the intervention aims to include families in drug and alcohol treatment programmes, to help parents recognise their responsibilities towards their children and recognise the impact of their behaviour on their children, and ensure that these families are able to access the range of local services they need. BtC started with co-ordinators at three Addaction adult treatment service sites in England between 2006 and 2009, assessing families and developing care packages. The reach of BtC has expanded since then and there are now 21 sites across England. The BtC Co-ordinators provide substance misuse treatment interventions such as motivational interviewing and cognitive behaviour techniques as well as practical advice for parents on parenting skills and improving family relationships. Some co-ordinators have specialist training such as Systemic Family Therapy and the Solihull Approach. The co-ordinators also give advice to families on issues such as housing, mental wellbeing and education/employment. Finally, the co-ordinators play an essential role in ensuring that families who may be seen as ‘difficult to engage’ receive support from other local agencies, often accompanying families to appointments to help ensure they engage fully with the support available to them. The key elements of the BtC approach are: 1. BtC workers visit and work in family homes-there is no expectation that clients will attend for ‘interviews’ or sessions at a BtC office. 2. BtC workers can carry out a wide range of support work themselves, e.g., motivational support, counselling, parenting support and advice, substance misuse advice and support. 3. BtC and Addaction are not social care, and provide confidential support (with a proviso regarding child safety). 4. BtC workers have experience and expertise in substance misuse and family work. 5. BtC workers do not feel that any issue is out of their remit, and will provide support, practical advice or assistance or refer, and support into, other agencies. Over time the BtC intervention has developed to incorporate programmes such as M-PACT to ensure it provides the most effective and up to date support to families. The ongoing evaluation of Breaking the Cycle shows that the work has significant positive impacts on family life. Of the families discharged from the service in 2012/13: 73% of parents had achieved abstinence or had significantly reduced their use of substances; 74% improved their parenting efficacy; and, signs of clinical depression and anxiety decreased among 70% of adult service users. Data collection continues to develop and in 2013/14 Addaction will be able to report specifically on the impact on Breaking the Cycle on anti-social behaviour, school attendance rates, financial stability and uptake of primary healthcare services. >>
treatment outcome evaluation outpatient family/parents, adults, children/young people England 2

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