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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: PEER-Drive Clean!
Summary: Especially for young people and young adults, drug consumption represents a clear, and in many European countries, an increasing health hazard. In this context, "alcohol behind the wheel" is a dramatic problem. The target group young people and young adults is also the focus of “addiction prevention” and “traffic safety”. But precisely the 15 to 24-year-olds are difficult to reach with prevention messages. With “PEER Drive Clean!" professional knowledge and resources from different fields (addiction prevention, health promotion, traffic safety) are bundled intelligently. In the course of "PEER Drive Clean!“ in the model regions, independent PEER education projects will follow, which will inform and enlighten young people and young adult driving school students and beginning drivers about the dangers of alcohol/drug consumption and driving. According to the European driving licence guideline, all drivers must pass an examination before they are issued a driving licence. Despite the comparatively high costs of driver education and testing, young people are highly motivated to receive their driving licence at the earliest possible point in time. In order to take advantage of this high motivation to learn, the independent partial projects of “PEER Drive Clean!” should be placed so that the target group is reached as close as possible time-wise (in the best case shortly before) to the granting of the driving licence. In 60 to 90-minute PEER lessons, trained PEER educators work with young people. Together with the driving students and beginning drivers, individual and manageable strategies and rules will be developed for their driving participation. Young drivers should thus be enabled to prevent dangerous driving while intoxicated. >>
prevention process evaluation adults, children/young people Germany 1
Title: "Becoming Independence"
Summary: "Becoming independent" is a life skills programme aiming at the promotion of health and personality development as well as universal prevention of addiction and violence for pupils in grade 1 till 4. It seeks to achieve these goals through the training of social and intrapersonal skills basing on recommendations of the WHO. "Becoming independent" consists of 42 units (about 10 units per grade) which are implemented in class by special trained teachers. Its content is composed of three domains with units specially designed for the grades one and two or three and four, respectively: • “Me” comprising intrapersonal skills like self-awareness, • “Me and others” comprising social skills like effective communication and • “Me and my environment” which focuses on further skills like media-related critical thinking. Beside these general life skills, the programme also imparts substance-specific contents like health-related information on tobacco use and resistance skills. >>
prevention outcome evaluation school children/young people Germany 2
Title: www.starke-eltern.de: An Internet Forum for Education and Addiction Prevention
Summary: The internet project aims to support parents in protecting their children from the risks of addiction by providing information, suggestions and practical pointers to parenting. Information and support are also to be given by sharing experiences, providing advice and information on addictive substances and the development of addiction. >>
prevention process evaluation family, school general population, family/parents, adults Germany 1
Title: Trampoline (German: "Trampolin")
Summary: Background: A strong risk factor for developing substance use disorders (SUD) in adolescence or early adulthood is a family history of SUD. Children of substance-abusers (COS) also are at risk for a variety of other psychosocial development problems. Prevention programs for COS typically combine psychoeducation on substance use in the family with exercises and group activities aimed at enhancing children’s emotional and practical coping in daily life. Even though the number of studies on prevention programs for COS is small, there is preliminary evidence for the effectiveness of these programmes. However, empirical support for the usefulness of including education components in preventive efforts for COS is lacking to date. Objectives: The study at hand tests the effectiveness of the group programme TRAMPOLINE for children aged 8-12 years with at least one substance-abusing or -dependent caregiver. The intervention is specifically geared to the issues and needs of COS. Specifically, we explore the role of psychoeducation on children’s well-being by comparing the effects of TRAMPOLINE to an intervention for COS that is very similar with regard to setting, dose, and trainer qualification, but does not include addiction-related content or activities. We hypothesize that addiction-specific education, activities and role play will enhance the effectiveness of a prevention program compared with a prevention program without educational components. Methods: The effectiveness of the manualised nine-session group programme TRAMPOLINE was tested among N= 218 children from substance-affected families in a multicenter randomised controlled trial. 27 outpatient counseling facilities across Germany delivered the interventions. Data was collected shortly before and after as well as six months after the intervention. Children reported on parental substance use, stress level and coping strategies, self-worth, self-efficacy and satisfaction with the intervention, relationship quality with the parent, addiction-related knowledge and health-related quality of life. Parents or primary caregivers reported on psychological stress, their own substance use, relationship quality with the child, sensitivity for children’s needs, assertiveness regarding their own parenting competence, parenting style, child coping strategies and child behavior. Employing an intent-to-treat approach, we compared mean values over time and between groups with baseline-adjusted linear mixed models. Results: The mean age of the children at baseline was 9.79 (SD = 1.87) years, 52% were male, 11% indicated another than the German nationality. Both intervention and control group showed significant improvements after six months in the areas of avoidant coping, mental distress, cognitive capabilities, peer acceptance, self-worth, self-concept and quality of life regarding relationship and autonomy with parents compared to baseline. Significant group differences were found in the areas of knowledge, mental distress, and social isolation. Discussion/Conclusion: While COS benefited from both an intervention with and without addiction-related content and activities, participants in the addiction-specific group program showed superior outcomes. Therefore, knowledge appears to be an important empowerment and self-understanding toolthat provides relief by ameliorating children’s misconceptions and thereby reduces anxiety and social isolation. Future interventions should further explore essential ingredients that make preventive interventions for COS effective. >>
prevention evaluation of intervention planning, outcome evaluation, process evaluation family, community children/young people Germany 3
Title: Young Men In The Traffic: Full In The Grasp. A project for the lowering of accident numbers (alcohol-caused) of young men between 18-25 years.
Summary: A project targeting young men aged from 18 to 25 years old. The project offers training, which encourages safer driving. Young men who take part in the project are less likely to have an accident compared to other young men of the same age in Lower Saxony. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation school, community adults, children/young people Germany 1
Title: Individual, Group And Family Counselling In Schools
Summary: Teaches basic life skills in order to prevent young people from starting to take drugs, to reduce or to stop their drug use. Based in schools in the Saarland the programme targets young people at risk. >>
prevention outcome evaluation family/parents, adults, children/young people Germany 1
Title: No Drugs -No Risk - More Fun: A Police Drug Prevention Project
Summary: The overall project aim is crime prevention, attitudes to wards illegal drugs are explored as well as other topics which in specific circumstances can lead to delinquency. >>
prevention outcome evaluation school children/young people Germany 1
Title: Jugendline: A Peer-to-peer Consultancy Approach
Summary: "JugendLine" developed by the district of Hohenlohekreisis offers a multimedia consultancy service to young people provided by young people: The consultancy can take place via telephone, internet, fax or traditional post. It deals with young people's everyday life and their outlook on life. >>
prevention process evaluation family, party scene, school, community children/young people Germany 1
Title: A Toy-free Kindergarten
Summary: The goal of the working group was to develop a drug prevention project for kindergartens that dealt with the promotion of life skills. >>
prevention outcome evaluation school children/young people Germany 1

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