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Title: "Toc Toc Troc" / "Knock, knock, swap"
Summary: "Toc Toc Troc" ( "litterally: "Knock, knock, swap") is a re-insertion activity, built up as a cooperative of services. The drug users are offering various domestyic services to the population (ironing, cleaning, shopping, etc.) in the neigbourhood. In exchange ("swap"), they receive food to improve the accomodation of their institution (coffee, milk, sugar, etc.). Respecting a time schedule, taking responsabilities, create social contact, organizing oneself and collaborating, alltogether help the users to move forward in their personal re-insertion program. >>
social reintegration process evaluation Belgium 1
Title: Pilot project drug prevention targeting youngsters from ethnic minorities.
Summary: The main objectives of this pilot project are to (1) compile a guidebook for organizing preventive actions in the future towards youngsters from ethnic minorities and (2) to carry out preventive actions in 3 regions. The project started with a literature review. This review determined good practices and principles for working towards the target group as well as risk and protective factors. The review identified also a number of Rapid-Assessment-Response (RAR) guidebooks that could be used as a base to compile the guidebook and to carry out preventive actions. In the second phase of the project the best suited RAR guidebook was chosen. The coordinator together with the partners in the three regions followed a training on how to carry out a RAR. The RAR-methodology was used by the partners in a simplified form to make it more low threshold. In the city of Antwerp the target group were youngsters of Moroccan origin. In the city of Ghent and the province of Limburg the target group were youngsters of Turkish origin. In total 13 preventive actions were carried out in those 3 regions. A proces evaluation was carried out after each of the 3 phases of the RAR by all the partners. The results of this proces evaluation were used for the compilation of the final guidebook. the guidebook and activities are described on a website >>
prevention process evaluation community Belgium 1
Title: Intensive case management for multiple service users in substance abuse treatment
Summary: This is a pilot project so-called 'revolving door' clients. The goal of the pilot project is to develop a methodology of case management, evaluate it and make it an essential part of possible treatments of drug centres in the future. The target group of this study consists of multiple problem users of illegal drugs who frequently search for help at drug treatment centres. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation general population, adults Belgium 1
Title: Email service provided by De DrugLijn (drug helpline)
Summary: In 2004, the Druglijn (and information and counseling telephone helpline, established in April 1994) decided to start providing an innovative online service in the form of email counseling in addition to its other services. It soon became clear that the email service was appaeling to an increasing number of people and target groups. Today, five years later, one inquiry in three that the DrugLijn deals with is made via e-mail. In 2008 the helpline answered a total of 2,223 emails. The Druglijn is a fast and low-threshold way to get specific information, find addresses and helpful advice on the issue of illegal drugs. >>
process evaluation general population Belgium 1
Title: Partywise
Summary: Partywise is a prevention concept whose primary objective is to encourage party people to take their responsibility during a night out. Partywise tries to inform and sensitize clubbers in different ways, so that they can take responsible choices especially in regard to the risks of alcohol and drug use. Partywise is aimed at two target groups: party people; club owners and promoters of dance events. Partywise organizes every year a campaign or actions such as: education via the partywise website; dissemination of posters, flyers, stickers, newsletters and gadgets; publication of articles and advertisements in youth media; training of prevention workers and bar staff for first aid in case of drug incidents in the nightlife; giving consult to party promoters and event organizers. >>
prevention process evaluation party scene Belgium 1
Title: LOL zonder alcohol (FUN without alcohol)
Summary: FUN without alcohol is a intervention to promote the non-use of alcohol and delay the age at onset of alcohol use with youngsters aged 10-12 years. The intervention consists of 8 lessons to be integrated in the normal curriculum of 3rd grade primary school pupils. Pupils as well as their parents can find more information on www.acoolworld.be. >>
prevention process evaluation school children/young people Belgium 1
Title: Maat in de shit
Summary: ‘Maat in de shit’ (Friend in n(w)eed) : is a curriculum for secundary school students to work on the subject of cannabis. The package was updated based on new interdisciplinery minimal developemnt goals (which describe what students should know and what attitudes are expected from them.) It also contains recommendations based on the evaluation study on ‘Maat in de shit’. The approach 'friendships and relationships' makes it possible to bridge the gap between working on the subject of cannabis on one hand and a wider approach, aimed at supporting norms and other skills, on the other. The teachers manual "Maat in de shit "contains numerous methodologies regarding communication and protective social norms. The package includes a teachers’ guide, a student brochure, a flyer for students and a poster. >>
prevention outcome evaluation school children/young people Belgium 2
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: 24 H / 24 Telephone Help-Line
Summary: Infor-Drogues is a telephone help-line that was especially created for emergencies. It aims at dealing with any kind of request concerning drugs. It is available to everyone night and day. >>
process evaluation general population, family/parents, adults, children/young people Belgium 1
Title: Drugs in the youth organisation
Summary: Discussion about unclear drug legislation resulted in the initiation of a consultation process between different sectors for youth organisations to work on an alcohol and drug policy. A policy consists of establishing local guidelines and trainings, and building a network between umbrella organisation of youth movements and regional prevention workers. >>
prevention process evaluation community adults, children/young people Belgium 1

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