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Project description Intervention type Evaluation type Setting Target group Country Quality level
Title: The Long Term Effects Of Drug Free Detention Programmes
Summary: A Summary of a study undertaken by the Amsterdam Institute of Addiction Research which compares the criminal recidivism, drug use, treatment uptake and social functioning of a group of prisoners who went through a prison drugs programme with a control group of prisoners in the same prison who did not. >>
outcome evaluation, impact evaluation adults Netherlands 2
Title: Early Intervention for Drug Users in the Criminal Justice System
Summary: The results of a study undertaken to examine the effects of providing alternatives to imprisonment for arrested drug users are presented. The results suggest that early interventions of the type described, matched against the programme objectives, are not particularly successful. >>
interventions in the criminal justice system outcome evaluation community, prison adults Netherlands 1
Title: Therapeutic Community "The Herberg" For Addicted Parents And Their Children
Summary: Many Dutch projects exist to reduce parenting problems and child problems but the effects of these have not been evaluated yet. In 1995 a therapeutic community (De Herberg, i.e. The Inn) opened its doors for this target group and a programme addressing this target group was developed. >>
outcome evaluation, process evaluation family/parents, adults, children/young people Netherlands 1
Title: Programme Evaluation Of A Local Inpatient Detoxification And Follow-up Treatment Facility (Centrum Maliebaan)
Summary: This study explores the quality improvement of detoxification and follow-up treatments. >>
outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Netherlands 1
Title: Evaluation Of Local Coffeeshop Policy.
Summary: The study evaluates the effects of local coffee shop policies. >>
outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults Netherlands 1
Title: Feasibility Study: Vaccination for Hepatitis B In High-Risk Groups
Summary: The project aims to increases the coverage of a Hepatitis B immunisations among high-risk drug users. >>
harm reduction outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation general population Netherlands 1
Title: Evaluation Of Local Public Nuisance Policies 1993-1998
Summary: Describes the evaluation of the effects of projects targeting at the reduction of drug-related nuisance (1993-1998) in specific neighbourhoods in 26 municipalities. >>
outcome evaluation, impact evaluation adults Netherlands 1
Title: Coercive Treatment For Local Criminal Addicts: the project Triple-Ex
Summary: This project targeted at detoxification, additional support, and social re-integration of ex-detained addicts. Targets are abstinence or reduced drug use, a decrease of problems and the stimulation of daily work or education. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Netherlands 1
Title: Low Threshold Supportive Care For Local, Treatment-avoiding And Inaccessible Polydrug Users With Problematic Crack Use
Summary: The purpose of this study was to motivate crack users to enter regular treatment in order to reduce the negative effects of crack use. >>
harm reduction outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation low threshold service adults, children/young people Netherlands 3
Title: Evaluation Of A User Room In The City Of Groningen
Summary: One of the objectives of this user room for drug users is to reduce public nuisance; this study evaluates the effect. >>
harm reduction outcome evaluation, impact evaluation low threshold service, needle/syringe provision adults Netherlands 1

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