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Title: Take Home Naloxone (THN)
Summary: The Take Home Naloxone (THN) project provides training to opiate users and their carers on the administration of naloxone and first-aid in an overdose event. THN kits are issued to opiate users on completion of the training. >>
harm reduction outcome evaluation, process evaluation low threshold service, needle/syringe provision, outreach/drug scene United Kingdom 2
Title: Project Charlie (Chemical Abuse Resolution Lies in Education)
Summary: Project Charlie is a life skills drug prevention programme targeted at primary school children. It is a broad-based approach incorporating training in resistance skills, peer selection, decision making and problem solving, self-esteem enhancement and the provision of information. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation school children/young people United Kingdom 3
Title: 1-2-1 Detox programme
Summary: A unique one-to-one inpatient detoxification and support programme aimed to remove the potential for ‘peer pressure’ which can be a factor in relapse. Improved success rates when compared to traditional group detoxification services were reported. >>
treatment outcome evaluation inpatient United Kingdom 2
Title: Peer to Peer(P2P)project
Summary: Drug Agency led training programme which aims to inform drug users of safer practice, increase awareness of harm reduction and challenge misinformation. Participants are encouraged to pass on this knowledge to their (drug using) peers. >>
harm reduction outcome evaluation low threshold service, needle/syringe provision United Kingdom 2
Title: The MEAM Approach (by Making Every Adult Matter)
Summary: The MEAM Approach was designed by Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM), a coalition of four national charities (Clinks, DrugScope, Homeless Link and Mind) that are working together to improve policy and services for adults facing multiple needs, such as mental ill health, homelessness, drug and alcohol misuse, offending, family breakdown and exclusion. The MEAM Approach helps local areas design and deliver better coordinated services so that people with multiple needs can improve their wellbeing and reduce costs to the public purse. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, impact evaluation adults United Kingdom 2
Title: Option 2
Summary: The Option 2 intervention provides short-term, intensive, crisis support, including Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and practical interventions, to parents with drug/alcohol problems whose children are at risk of being taken into care. >>
prevention outcome evaluation family family/parents United Kingdom 2
Title: Mentor UK Rural Youth Project
Summary: The project aims to understand more about young people living in rural areas in order to enable local drug prevention projects to provide a better service. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation school, community adults, children/young people United Kingdom 1
Title: Blueprint Drug Education Programme
Summary: Blueprint is a two-year multi-component drug prevention programme involving young people aged 11 to 13. The programme consists of five intervention strategies designed to combat the community influences on drug use: school, parent, community organisation, media, and health policy. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation school family/parents, children/young people United Kingdom 1
Title: Positive Futures
Summary: Positive Futures aims to engage and work with marginalised young people living in deprived communities. The national project makes use of sport to have a positive influence on individual participants drug use, physical activity and offending behaviour by widening horizons and access to lifestyle, educational and employment opportunities. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation community children/young people United Kingdom 1
Title: Pre-Venture: Personality-targeted interventions for adolescent alcohol misuse.
Summary: Pre-Venture, a personality targeted cognitive behavioural intervention to reduce alcohol and drug misuse, was examined amongst school pupils aged 13 to 16. A reduction in problematic drinking rates and onset of drug use was reported. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation school children/young people United Kingdom 3

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