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Title: Healthy Beverage Workshops (TBS). Programme to prevent drinking among middle school students.
Summary: The Healthy Beverage Workshops (TBS) programme, in place since 1996, is a municipal initiative implemented by the Comprehensive Drug Addiction Support Centre, a body under the aegis of the Coslada Town Hall Health and Consumer Affairs Division. >>
prevention evaluation of intervention planning, outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation school children/young people Spain 1
Title: Kamelamos Guinar (meaning 'We want to be heard'). A programme for the prevention of drug addiction, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted disease among Gypsy children and teenagers
Summary: This is a specific programme to prevent drug use and HIV among Gypsy children and teenagers living in Santiago. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation community children/young people Spain 2
Title: Programme for parental prevention of drug use.
Summary: The FAD's Programme for parental prevention of drug use is designed as a tool to encourage reflection on the importance of prevention within the family. >>
prevention process evaluation school family/parents Spain 1
Title: Quatre Camins Specialized Prison Care Programme for treating substance addiction for Prisoners in Catalonia
Summary: Using a cognitive-behavioural therapeutic community model in prison, the intervention programme targets all prisoners in Catalonian prisons with a serious drug addiction problem. It aims to provide a drug-free environment and intensive treatment to help overcome an ongoing problem. >>
interventions in the criminal justice system process evaluation prison adults Spain 1
Title: Drug Addiction Intervention Programme within the District Courts of Madrid
Summary: The programme contributes to the solution of problems, which arise from the committing of crimes by drug users due to their drug use >>
prevention process evaluation adults Spain 1
Title: “Drogas: Tu Punto de Información” (Drugs: Your Information Point) is a universal programme intended to prevent alcohol abuse and drugs use among university students
Summary: “Drogas: Tu Punto de Información” (Drugs: Your Information Point) is a universal programme intended to prevent alcohol abuse and the use of other drugs among university students. It also aims to reduce the risks associated with substance abuse. The programme also suggests strategies for self-control and risk minimization. This programme includes: • An information website on alcohol and drugs (www.tupunto.org). This site provides information about the risks of binge drinking, other patterns of alcohol abuse and the use of other drugs. • An e-mail consultation service on drug matters (infodrogas@tupunto.org). • Information and awareness building materials: a series of bookmarks and different posters distributed yearly. These materials are distributed at the participant universities. • An annual students video clips contest on drugs: “Drogas: tu punto de mira” (Drugs: Your Viewpoint). The action aims to promote critical reflection among university students about the risks of drug use and alcohol abuse and to disseminate "peer to peer" preventative messages within the target population. • A bank of audiovisual tools with video clip participants from the yearly contest • A "Peer to Peer" manual. This material suggests methods and activities structured toward wording the content of the winners of each video clip contest to groups of young people. http://www.pdsweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Guia-DE_IGUAL_A_IGUAL-web.pdf • A “10 ideas for a good party at college” brochure poses ideas and advice to support cultural activity, fun, responsibility and respect in the organization of fiestas in college. Designed as a support for organizing parties on the campus. http://www.pdsweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Decalogo-fiesta-CAST-web.pdf Other data of interest: • Thirty-two Spanish universities are involved in the programme. • 1,016,042 visits to the website of the programme (www.tupunto.org) during the period 2009-2014*. • 473 e-mail consultations during the period 2009-2014*. • 244 participants at the annual video clips on drugs contest of “Drogas: tu punto de mira” (Drugs: Your Viewpoint) in the 1st and 2nd edition of the contest (2012, 2013 and 2014). • 120,077 views of the video clips presented in the 3 contest (2012, 2013 and 2014*). (*) (Data as of September 30, 2014) Summary results of the process evaluation: Internal evaluation carried out in 2006.  The programme is widely accepted by the target population.  87.2% of the 392 students interviewed responded that they were “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with the programme. Some 6.3% reported being indifferent about the programme and only 2.4% expressed opinions contrary to the programme. External evaluation carried out in 2011.  The program had a big impact when compared to other similar programs aimed at broad population groups.  The students interviewed say that the programme’s materials are attractive and functional.  44.2% of the people interviewed claimed to know the bookmarks, and 48.1% knew the posters. Conclusions: Data evaluation process of the programme show the feasibility of the programme actions relative to raising awareness about binge drinking, other patterns of alcohol abuse, and the use of other drugs. The data also confirm that this intervention allows for the dissemination of health messages to a large number of young people at very low cost. >>
prevention evaluation of intervention planning, process evaluation Spain 2
Title: In The End... It's Your Choice
Summary: A school prevention programme in Leganés which aims to make students reflect on the risks of drug use, and to develop social skills and healthy habits. The programme consists of nine 50-minute classroom sessions and in the last four sessions support is received from an educator from the Municipal Programme to Prevent Drug Addiction. >>
prevention outcome evaluation school children/young people Spain 1
Title: Lluna Programme. Safer Sex and Drug Use. Peer Education
Summary: The purpose of this prison programme based in Valencia's Commitment Unit is to increase knowledge on HIV/AIDS infection and transmission and prevention mechanisms and to provide support and care to the HIV positive community. This is achieved through participatory methods, for example the use of peers and mediators. >>
interventions in the criminal justice system outcome evaluation prison children/young people Spain 2
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

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