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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: '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
Title: Drug policy at school
Summary: Drug policy in school was developed in the beginning of the nineties when secondary schools were increasingly facing illegal drug use by students. The main purpose of the programme is to support schools in developing a drug policy. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation school children/young people Belgium 1
Title: Partywise Summervibes
Summary: Partywise Summervibes is an initiative that operates during the summer months along the Belgian coast designed to sensitise young people on the issue of alcohol and drug use at parties. Focusing on party tourism, cooperation arose between 9 coastal municipalities, 2 centres for mental health care, the Province of West Flanders and VAD/the drug line. >>
prevention process evaluation party scene adults, children/young people Belgium 1
Title: Hi(a)way - Education program for students in youth apprenticeship
Summary: he Hi(a)away project is a formation program developed for youngsters in apprenticeship. The general objective of the Hi(a)way-project is to start an awareness process about the risks of substance abuse and this by relating to different life domains of youngsters in apprenticeship. Important life domains for these youngsters are nightlife, relations, sexuality, friends, parents and work. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation school children/young people Belgium 1
Title: Residential integrated treatment of patients with a double diagnosis
Summary: The residential integrated treatment tries to give an answer on the specific needs of patients with double diagnosis that are facing a psychiatric disability as well a substance abuse problems. Due to additional problems that often occur with both disorders, it is needed to work on a lot of different areas what makes the treatment complex. This patient group clearly demands a different kind of treatment than patients with a single disorder. >>
treatment outcome evaluation adults Belgium 2
Title: Believe - Penitentiary program for illegal drug users
Summary: The Believe-project targets drug-addicted prisoners who try to resolve their drug problem during their detention period. These detainees believe (Believers) in their capacities to lead a life without drug dependence. >>
interventions in the criminal justice system outcome evaluation prison adults Belgium 1

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