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Title of Project

EUROPEAN ADDICTION TRAINING INSTITUTE (EATI)

Organization

Name:

STICHTING JELLINEK AMBULANTE VERSLAVINGSZORG

Address:

Oosteinde 9

NL-1017 WT - AMSTERDAM

Telephone / Fax:

+31.20 5702220 /
+31.20 6232528

Web site:

http://www.eati.org

E-mail:

info@eati.org

Contact person:

Drs WILLEM REINDER BUISMAN

wbuisman@eati.org

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

X

Greece

Portugal

X

Denmark

X

Ireland

Spain

X

Finland

Italy

X

Sweden

France

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

X

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 1/11/2001
- 20 months

Budget

Total cost: 553442,15 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 385000,00 €

Project Objectives

EATI's training activities (courses, summerschools, materials, standards and guidelines) are developed and implemented by renowned European experts in fiels of drug dependence. The EATI Advisory Board, the (5) Focal Training Points and the Trainers Network contribute to the promotion and programme of the EATI training activities and to ensure the quality and scientific basis. This basis is also guaranteed by the close partnership with the European Association on Subsistance Abuse Research (EASAR) and other European transnational network. Finally, EATI ensures the quality of the training activities by its ISO 9001 Certification since 1999.

The aims for the 2001-2003 period are :

1. Develop, organise, implement and evaluate a package of new training courses, based on identified trainind needs such as Substitution Drug Tresatment : Options, protocols and guidelines, Techniques of Relapse for Addictive Behaviours, Training in Adiction Reseach focussing on Treatment Evaluation, Management of Drug Services with emphasis on (forensic) Psychiatry & Addiction.

2. Develop, pilot and evaluate a Substance Abuse Medical Education Curriculum in cooperation with 7 Medical Schools from EU Member States and the Czech rep.

3. Design, test, produce, train and disseminate core methodology and training guides for medical teachers and medical students in the (under) graduate medical education.

4. Continuation of the implementation of a number of training seminars for multi disciplinary professionals with clear need for training and low budget training budgets.

5. Enchance and improve the educational needs assesment and the evaluation of training courses and maintain the ISO 9001 norm according to the guidelines of the European Foundation of Quality Management.

6. Further strengthening of the European network of trainers and trainees and contacts with other European transnational networks by means of the Newletter, the EATI Internet website and dircte mail promotions.

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Title of Project

EURIDICE : IDEAS AND PROPOSALS FOR INTERVENTION
ON DRUG ADDICTION IN THE WORKPLACE

Organization

Name:

COOPERATIVA DI STUDIO E RICERCA SOCIALE MARCELLA

Address:

Via della Pace, 19

I-22070 - LURAGO MARINONE (CO )

Telephone / Fax:

(+39) 031.938184 /
(+39) 031.937734

Web site:

http://www.coopmarcella.it

E-mail:

info@coopmarcella.it

Contact person:

Dott. GIUSEPPE DE LUCA

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

X

Greece

X

Portugal

Denmark

X

Ireland

X

Spain

X

Finland

X

Italy

X

Sweden

X

France

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

X

Norway

Candidate Countries

X

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

X

Lithuania

X

Slovenia

Czech Republic

X

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

X

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 1/11/2001
- 12 months

Budget

Total cost: 361800,58 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 247687,55 €

Project Objectives

It is an innovating and experimental project. The suggested program deals with drug addiction in the workplace. Its aim is to develop prevention, training, and aid for workers directly or indirectly affected by drug addiction.

The project considers workers as actors in the prevention. It develops the idea that drug addiction and dependencies in general create serious problems in the workplace (absenteeism, low productivity, thefts, etc..). When workers'awareness and knowledge increase, they feel more sure, self esteemed and are able to realise a healthy and safe workplace. The approach to drug addiction problems is carried out according to the cognitive model of A. Beck and his collaborators. This model is used in particular in the formative action, in the realisation of informative materials and in the efficacy study. The project foresees also a large research activity on drug addiction social perception which is used to develop prevention campaingns in the workplace.

The final implememtation of the project in all Member States will build a European network able to promote and develop initiatives on prevention initiatives on prevention of drug addiction in the workplace.

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Title of Project

EFFEKTIVITÄT SEKUNDÄRPRÄVENTIVER MAßNAHMEN - AUSWIRKUNGEN VON PILL-TESTING-PROGRAMMEN AUF DAS KONSUMVERHALTEN UND DAS RISIKOBEWUßTSEIN VON GEBRAUCHERN SYNTHETISCHER DROGEN (ECSTASY).

Organization

Name:

NIEDERSÄCHSISCHE LANDESSTELLE GEGEN DIE SUCHTGEFAHREN

Address:

Podbielskistr.162

D-30177 - HANNOVER

Telephone / Fax:

(+49) 511 6262660 /
(+49) 511 62626622

Web site:

http://www.nls-suchtgefahren.de

E-mail:

rabes@nls-suchtgefahren.de

Contact person:

Dr. MANFRED RABES

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

Belgium

Greece

Portugal

Denmark

Ireland

Spain

Finland

Italy

Sweden

France

Luxembourg

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 1/07/2001
- 12 months

Budget

Total cost: 262800,79 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 183960,00 €

Project Objectives

There are only a view places in Europe where pill-testing-programs as a measure of secondary prevention are possible under legal circumstances. This is the result of an inventory study from the EMCDDA in Lisbon which was conducted in the last year and will be published in February 2001. In three European cities (Hanover, Amsterdam, Vienna) from 3 member states (Germany, The Netherlands, Austria) drug counseling agencies are offering to test ecstasy pills since several years, integrated in their counseling concept for people who are using synthetic drugs in a problematic or addictive manner. These organizations form the framework for a European cooperation investigating the effects of secondary prevention measures. The DROBS in Hanover is driving with a mobile bus to raves and different locations. Jellinek-Prevention from Amsterdam is part of the Dutch Drug Information and Monitoring System (DIMS) where tablets can be analyzed. The project "check-it" from Vienna is using a High Performance Liquid Chromatography which allows quantitative and qualitative analyses. These 3 cities have a lot of experiences in the research field while using different test-settings. All of them act as models of good practice with an excellent reputation within the target group (user of ecstasy pills).

The key questions for the study are:

- do offers to give the chance to test synthetic drugs lead to a change in the consumption patterns of the user (more or less risks in the use)?
- what are the advantages and disadvantages of the different test-settings in the 3 cities?
- what are the conclusions out of the research for further preventive, counseling and helping measures?
- in which way do test programs influence non-user (encouragement to use or discouragement?)

The cooperating cities and organizations demonstrate unique specific preconditions in Europe to carry out the study. The project with regard to secondary prevention would investigate for the time the effects of pill testing programs on an empirical base. It would be the first international project in this research field.

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Title of Project

THE EUROPEAN NETWORK OF DRUG SERVICES IN PRISON

Organization

Name:

CRANSTOUN DRUG SERVICES

Address:

4th Floor, Broadway House, 112-134 The Broadway,Wimbledon

UK-SW19 IRL - LONDON

Telephone / Fax:

+44 208 543 8333 /
+44 208 543 4348

Web site:

http://www.cranstoun.org

E-mail:

Euronet@cranstoun.org.uk

Contact person:

Mr PATRICK COSTALL

euronet@cranstoun.org.uk

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

X

Greece

X

Portugal

Denmark

X

Ireland

X

Spain

X

Finland

X

Italy

X

Sweden

X

France

X

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 1/01/2002
- 12 months

Budget

Total cost: 408422,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 275906,00 €

Project Objectives

This project will contribute to the achievement of goels laid out in the extended Programme of Community Action on the Prevention of Drug Dependence 1996-2000 and the European Union's Action Plan to Combat Drugs 2000-2004 and Its aims are :

1. To continue to disseminate specialist knowledge an d experience through a framework for multi-disciplinary co-operation betxeen public and private organisations in all the member states of European Union so that more effective strategies can be adopted in preventing drug dependence, and risks related to it (including HIV and viral hepatitis), among prisoners.

2. To maintain and create new contacts in Central European countries in order to establish a framework for collaboration and co-operation between professionals in EU and CE countries an to enlarge our area dissemination of information and expertise.

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Title of Project

NEW DRUGS, NEW GENERATIONS, NEW TECHNOLOGIES
- AN INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT ROLE FOR DRUG HELPLINES

Organization

Name:

FONDATION EUROPEENNE DES SERVICES D'ACCUEIL TELEPHONIQUE

Address:

19, rue du Marteau

B-1000 - BRUXELLES

Telephone / Fax:

(+32) 2 219 28 87 /
(+32) 2 219 14 98

Web site:

http://www.FESAT.org

E-mail:

FESATbureau@compuserve.com

Contact person:

Prof. HANS-VOLKER HAPPEL

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

X

Greece

X

Portugal

X

Denmark

X

Ireland

X

Spain

X

Finland

X

Italy

X

Sweden

X

France

X

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

X

Latvia

Slovakia

X

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

X

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

X

Hungary

X

Romania

Others

X

Russian Federation

X

Macedonia

Starting date and
duration of project

- 1/04/2001
- 21 months

Budget

Total cost: 693370,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 314006,00 €

Project Objectives

FESAT is unique in its work with drug helplines and is able, through its network of drug helpline services, to call on a wealth of skills and experience to carry out its aims. The Board members include doctors of science, directors of large publicly funded services, sociologists, psychologists and social workers. Through this network FESAT also has access to the most appropriate external experts when necessary. (see attached letter and CVs)

The aims of FESAT:

1. Dramatic changes in technological developments, especially involving young people, are challenging the accepted practices of drug helplines. FESAT provides a forum for these services to quickly and readily exchange good practice in order to better adapt to a constantly changing environment. With the changes in the youth sub -culture particularly in mind, FESAT will monitor and record ways in which drug helplines are evolving in response to new technological developments, new communication tools and the changing needs of young callers (Priority 2, B14).

2. FESAT will develop a system of collecting and disseminating information collected by drug helplines, including information about new trends and new ways of using drugs, in collaboration with the EMCDDA in Lisbon and the National Focal Points in Member States (Priority 1, A1 and A2).

3. FESAT will extend the network of drug helpline services to new countries and new types of services; to respond to requests for information help and advice in setting up services; to work with drug helplines to improve the quality of drug helplines.

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Title of Project

ASK

Organization

Name:

MANNERHEIM LEAGUE FOR CHILD WELFARE

Address:

Ruusulankatu 10
FIN-00260 - HELSINKI

Telephone / Fax:

(+358-9)34811500 /
(+358-9)34811429

Web site:

http://www.mll.fi

E-mail:

eeva.kuuskoski@mll.fi

Contact person:

Georg Henrik Wrede
(Director, programs and projects)
Mannerheimin Lastensuojeluliitto
Toinen Linja 17 00530 Helsinki
Tel: +358.9.3481.1616
Fax +358.9.3481.1507
E-mail:
GeorgHenrik.Wrede@mll.fi
Web site: http://www.mll.fi/mll-info/in_english/general_information

Countries participating

Member States

Austria

Germany

The Netherlands

Belgium

X

Greece

Portugal

Denmark

Ireland

X

Spain

X

Finland

Italy

Sweden

France

Luxembourg

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 15/12/2001
- 15 months

Budget

Total cost: 196.317,17 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 137.141,65 €

Project Objectives

The aim of the ASK project is to prevent the alcohol and drug abuse of young people. The methods of the project are based on the conception that the best way to prevent the abuse is to improve target group's social skills, self esteem, cooperation and peer support. Preventive intoxicant education is to be versatile and integrated, and the target group is to be attracted to take part in the activities.

The target group of the ASK project is 12-20 year old people. The actions are also addressed to their parents, school and authorities to promote their cooperation.

The objective is to activate the young to participate in the project and thus increase their commitment to the activities. The project also brings new viewpoints into the activities of each partner through international development work. The project develops three different training programmes which we based on the participatory working approach. The development team of the project consists of NGOS and governmental authors.

European cooperation gives the project additional value from the point of view of the diversification and transferability of the developing models. By European cooperation the models are made geographically and culturally independent. Additionally the know-how of the workers of different countries brings new viewpoints and innovations into the methods used by the workers of each country.

Outcomes of the project

Executive summary of the final report#########(399 KB)

Final report, June 2003#########(370 KB)

Annexes of the final report:

Annex 1: Participatory training for young people: training material#########(552 KB)
Annex 2: Peer educator training for the young: experiences and practices from peer educating young people as a method in the preventive drug work#########(315 KB)
Annex 3: Tips for parent meetings#########(111 KB)

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Title of Project

EUROPEAN ELISAD INTERNET GATEWAY ON ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS

Organization

Name:

ARCHIVE AND DOCUMENTATION CENTRE FOR DRUG LITERATURE E.V.

Address:

Universität Bremen, FB 8, Postbox 330 440

D-D-28334 - BREMEN

Telephone / Fax:

(+49)4212189085 /
(+49)4212183684

Web site:

http://www.uni-bremen.de

E-mail:

archido@uni-bremen.de

Contact person:

Heino STÖVER,
Archido direction
Universität Bremen
Fachbereich 6
Postfach 33 04 40
D-28334 BREMEN
Tel : +49/(0)421-2189085
Fax : +49/(0)421-2183684
E-mail: heino.stoever@uni-bremen.de
Web site: http://www.archido.de/index_en.html

Countries participating

Member States

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

Belgium

Greece

Portugal

Denmark

Ireland

Spain

Finland

X

Italy

X

Sweden

X

France

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

X

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

X

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 31/12/2001
- 21 months

Budget

Total cost: 294.604,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 158.634,00 €

Project Objectives

This project originates from the November 1999 annual ELISAD (European Association of Libraries and Information Services on Alcohol and other Drugs) meeting held at the EMCDDA, where information specialists recognized and discussed the necessity of quality-controlled access ta reliable internet resources in the area of alcohol, other drugs (AOD) and addictions. During 2000, ELISAD organised an explorative gateway project involving France, Germany and Italy; the results were published at www.archido.de in November 2000.

The European AOD gateway aims to identify and collect links to AOD websites in 20 European countries, to evaluate website's services and information contents, and furthermore collect data on general environment and activities of the according institutions in the AOD field. Standardized formats for these metadata are being developed to create a database, to be implemented to the gateway by geographical and thematic ordering structures, in order to facilitate specialised search and to meet Information requirements of health professionals in AOD. The project plans to achieve an estimated minimum of 400 files total (20 files per country). Collective performance and expertise in AOD from ELISAD members, coordination by 8 partners, online evaluation of the gateway prototype by its public, scientific monitoring by University Bremen /BISDRO, and EMCDDA cooperation will ensure high quality and validity of research results. The project bas three main objectives:

1. Evaluation of website contents and services offered by relevant European institutions in the AOD area.
2. Create methodological standards for appropriate indexation and ordering categories for European web resources.
3. Conception and realisation of a user-friendly, multilingual European information gateway on AOD.

Outcomes of the project

Final report, December 2003.
Access the online version at: www.elisad.org/gateway/Project/report/toc.htm

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Title of Project

STRATEGIE EUROPEENNE DE REDUCTION DES RISQUES LIES A L'USAGE DES DROGUES DE SYNTHESE EN MILIEU FESTIF, DES ASSOCIATIONS D'EDUCATION PAR LES PAIRS ISSUES DU MOUVEMENT TECHNO (RESEAU BASICS)

Organization

Name:

ASSOCIATION TECHNO PLUS

Address:

64, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud

F - 75011 PARIS

Telephone / Fax:

(+33-1)49.29.90.30 /
(+33-1)49.29.90.31

Web site:

http://www.technoplus.org

E-mail:

tplus@club-internet.fr

Contact person:

Thierry CHARLOIS
C/O Aides
14, rue Scandicci
F - 93508 Pantin Cedex
Tel: (+33-1)41.83.46.34
Fax: (+33-1)1.41.83.46.39
E-mail : thierry_charlois@yahoo.fr
Web site: www.basics-network.org

Countries participating

Member States

Austria

X

Germany

The Netherlands

Belgium

Greece

Portugal

Denmark

Ireland

X

Spain

Finland

X

Italy

Sweden

X

France

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 1/10/2001
- 15 months

Budget

Total cost: 185.344,68 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 120.680,00 €

Project Objectives

1. To optimise the work within the scene by the peer education associations which have arisen out of the Techno /House movement itself, and especially those scenes which are inaccessible to professionals:
- Exchange of know-how about working on the ground: journeys for observation/activities for volunteers, publication of guidelines for practical interventions, publication of guidelines concerning the training of volunteers.
- Exchange of information about the substances, the practices and the risks with a view to improving the quality of the harm reduction documents, and of anticipating the risks associated with the consumption of substances new to the scene. Translation of existing documents. Development of positive leisure activities associated with the Techno culture.
- Organisation of actions involving personnel front different associations at European events in the EU and candidate countries.

2. To make the organisers of party events aware of their responsibility for promoting the health of the participants, and not only organisers of public events (discotheques, raves, concerts ....) but also private organisers (private parties, free parties ....).
- Edition of a European charter/guideline for organising parties with fewer health risks. Promotion of chill outs including a health area. - Promotion of the work created by the European Forum for Urban Security.

3. To further the emergence of peer education associations in those regions where in the EU and candidate countries there is no harm reduction activity within the target scenes.
- Mobilisation of the regional scene at the time of party events.
- Publication of guidelines for the creation of peer education groups.
- Technical support transferring know-how at the time of the first actions.
- Training of volunteers front the groups

4. To create a link between the scientific research and the drug users:
- Creation of the framework for the use of the results by the consumers, in particular the results of the analysis of the products.
- Collection of the needs expressed by consumers.

Outcomes of the project

Final report #########, March 2003######### (1.1 MB)

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Title of Project

SANTE ET COMMUNAUTE TSIGANE

Organization

Name:

ASOCIACION SECRETARIADO GENERAL GITANO

Address:

C/ Antolina Merino, 10

E-28 025 - MADRID

Telephone / Fax:

(+34) 91 422 09 60 /
(+34) 91 422 09 61

Web site:

www.fsgg.org

E-mail:

gitanos@fsgg.org

Contact person:

Patricia BEZUNARTEA BARRIO
E-mail: sastipen@fsgg.org

Countries participating

Member States

Austria

Germany

The Netherlands

Belgium

X

Greece

X

Portugal

Denmark

Ireland

X

Spain

Finland

X

Italy

Sweden

X

France

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

X

Bulgaria

Latvia

X

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

X

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

X

Hungary

X

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 01/09/2001
- 22 months

Budget

Total cost: 488.526,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 298.948,00 €

Project Objectives

The Gypsies are one of the most important ethnic minorities in Europe. There are an estimated 8,000,000 Gypsies residing in Europe and Spain is the EU country with the largest population: more than 500,000. The Project focuses on a trans-national ethnic minority which is very mobile (trans-national mobility) and whose characteristics and problems are very similar regardless of their country of origin.

- Drug abuse and the sale of drugs is a phenomenon that is taking a significant toll on sectors of the Gypsy communities and the problem manifests itself in a similar way throughout the different European Union countries, especially in the Mediterranean countries.
- This situation is not readily comparable with that of other sectors of the population at large and has a specific effect on Europe's Gypsy communities that justifies specific intervention with this ethnic minority:
- Drug addiction hastens the social, family and cultural disintegration process suffered by this already vulnerable group of people.
- Gypsy drug-users do not make use of drug treatment and support centres nor do they benefit from the existing damage reduction programs to the same degree as other sectors of the population.
- The Gypsy people do not benefit from primary and secondary prevention policies and programs dealing with drug abuse and HIV/AIDS to the same degree as the rest of the population.
- Social and labour difficulties faced by broad sectors of this community have led some Gypsy families to turn to drug sales as a source of income and a way to survive.
- This situation has led to the appearance of new stereotypes which identify Gypsies with drug-dealers. This is damaging to the Gypsy community's social image and makes it harder still for Gypsies to be readily accepted socially. It has also led to an upswing in racist attitudes.

The aims for the project are the following:

1. Consolidate and expand the European Network Sastipen as a forum for exchange, contact and mutual support. Emphasis on awareness and information sharing with regard to the Gypsy Community in Europe focusing on drug-abuse and HIV/AIDS and general health issues.

2. Generate dialogue and a pool of knowledge from elements of common interest on the subject of the Gypsy population involved with drugs. Develop methods and intervention strategies and transfer all significant knowledge and experience to other action partners, to other drug abuse networks and to other ethnic minorities and to public administrations and entities from other European countries which are Home to Gypsy people (especially in Central and Eastern European countries with a significant Gypsy population).

3. Mobilise the different agents involved in drug abuse issues (experts, institutions, etc.) as well as the Gypsy community itself with a view to developing prevention and intervention initiatives with this minority group within the Project partner countries which favour specific treatment taking lifestyles and cultural characteristics into consideration.

4. Faciltate access to mainstream health services for drug-dependant members of the gypsy community

5. Produce, disseminate and apply prevention materials and instruments specifically adapted to the Gypsy Community.

Outcomes of the project

Final report, September 2003#########(955 KB)

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Title of Project

A PEER-TO-PEER EDUCATION PREVENTION AND MASS MEDIA CAMPAIGN
DIRECTED TO YOUNG TOURISTS VISITING SPAIN AND GREECE

Organization

Name:

FUNDACION SALUD Y COMUNIDAD

Address:

Ali-Bei, 25, 3rd floor

E-08010 - BARCELONA

Telephone / Fax:

(+34-93)2440570 / (+34-93)2440573

Web site:

http://www.fsyc.org

E-mail:

abs@intercom.es

Contact person:

Mr. ROLAND HALLMAIER

abs@intercom.es

Countries participating

Member States

Austria

X

Germany

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

X

Greece

Portugal

Denmark

X

Ireland

X

Spain

Finland

Italy

Sweden

France

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 1/06/2001
- 18 months

Budget

Total cost: 582736,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 407424,00 €

Project Objectives

The project scientific bases and aims are the following:
1. To initiate certain awareness for drug consumption in the long run. For this reason we have chosen the target group of young tourists in the holiday-period not only because of their specific holiday-drinking behaviour, but because of their general drinking behaviour. The holiday period offers a unique possibility to reach a high number of young people in one spot: they have the time and -regarding our experiences in the last two years- are very pleased to discuss with young people of their own age about their drug consuming behaviour In the year 1998 only in Ibiza 11 young persons from foreign countries died as the result of the misuse of drugs (nine Englishmen, two Germans).

2. To reduce the consumption of alcohol mixed with drugs (ecstasy, cocaine) and the related violence and vandalism Almost all Spanish tourist cities with a young tourist population have problems with vandalism and violence caused by the use of drugs especially mixed with alcohol. On the basis of our positive experience in 1999 and 2000 with the implementation of a summer campaign in cooperation with a Dutch organisation in different tourist cities in Spain, we would like to expand this project to five additional member states of the EU, first of all to Greece, (R-country) as a country witch receives each year more than 11 Millions tourists and to the United Kingdom, Germany and Belgium (tourist sending countries =S-countries).

3. To reach a high number of young persons during a short time period Normally these risk groups of young persons between 18 and 22 years are difficult to reach by the normal prevention canals or projects: the school-based prevention-programs usually stop at the age of 14/15 and especially the high-risk groups are hard to motivate by the traditional ways of education. Therefore the peer-to-peer education method is very important and shows excellent results. In order to ensure a wide range of diffusion of the preventive material a close cooperation with British, Belgium and German Airlines and travel agencies will be installed from the very beginning. Furthermore the already existing website from our organisation directed to young people: http://www.site-b.org will be used as an international information prevention platform in 5 languages.

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Title of Project

APPLIED BASIC SKILLS IN NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR DRUG PREVENTION IN PRISONS

Organization

Name:

THE BASIC SKILLS AGENCY FOR ENGLAND AND WALES

Address:

Commonwealth House, 1-19 New Oxford Street

UK-WC1A 1NU - LONDON

Telephone / Fax:

+44 207 405 4017 /
+44 207 440 6624

Web site:

http://www.basic-skills.co.uk

E-mail:

davidg@basic-skills.co.uk

Contact person:

Mr. DAVID GARRICK

davidg@basic-skills.co.uk

Countries participating

Member States

Austria

Germany

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

Greece

Portugal

Denmark

X

Ireland

Spain

Finland

Italy

Sweden

X

France

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 20/12/2001
- 27 months

Budget

Total cost: 307207 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 186882,92 €

Project Objectives

The project aims to design and develop drug prevention related training modules and teaching materials using multimedia and utilising new technologies that will help young offenders in prisons who have poor basic skills. The project will improve information, education and training aimed at drug prevention amongst young offenders. This project aims to give redress by providing help and support in the form of education and training conducive to their need to promote drug prevention and enable them to participate in society, their social circumstances and so improve their health and help prevent drug use.
The project will seek to address the barriers to learning caused through poor basic skills by training staff to teach basic skills using new approaches for drug prevention programs in five prisons in 4 participating countries: Dover (England), Cesis (Latvia), Parc (Wales); Wheatfield (Ireland) and Amiens (France); involving young offenders in the development of curriculum materials; and utilising multimedia technology in programs.

The project will:

1. design and develop basic skills training modules/materials, including new training materials and utilisation of new technologies in the context of drug prevention for use within prisons within the participating partner states.

2. design and develop basic skills training materials and methodology to up skill tutors and mentors in correctional institutions in the use of ICT and the use of an integrative learner approaches for health programs.

3. involve young people in the development of materials (use of their own voices and life experiences to enhance the curriculum aims); audit existing practices and build on projects that are already operating within the same field, to prepare and develop material in consultation with collaborative partners and experts in the field of health and basic skills.

4. identify select and recruit appropriate staff within the prisons who will be trained in the use of the new materials, delivery methodology and supplementary technology.

5. to trial training and teaching materials with up to 100 young people in prisons (20 from each prison) from 4 participating countries (5 prisons - 6 candidates from each prison) for each project.

6. Evaluation of the material, training and piloting stages, together with an external evaluation of the project.

A resulting new training and technology model to be used in future basic skills and health promotion programs for further dissemination to education and social partners at national/transnational level.

Outcomes of the project

Executive summary , June 2004######### (110 KB)

Final report , June 2004#########(340 KB)

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Title of Project

PREVENTIVE PRACTICES ADAPTED TO THE NEW CENTURY

Organization

Name:

ISTITUTO DI RICERCA EUROPEO SUI FATTORI DI RISCHIO NELL' INFANZIA E NELL' ADOLESCENZA

Address:

Via Orsera n. 4

I-30126 - LIDO DI VENEZIA

Telephone / Fax:

+ 39.041.5268822 /
+ 39.041.5267874

Web site:

http://www.irefrea.org

E-mail:

irefrea@villarenata.org

Contact person:

Paolo STOCO
Tel: +39.041.5268822
Fax: +39.041.5267874
E-mail: p.stocco@villarenata.org

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

Belgium

X

Greece

X

Portugal

Denmark

Ireland

X

Spain

X

Finland

X

Italy

Sweden

X

France

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

X

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 2/11/2001
- 12 months

Budget

Total cost: 507.612,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 300.853,00 €

Project Objectives

IREFREA is one of the oldest European network, with 7 stable offices (Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Austria, Portugal and Greece) and different research partner scattered in 11 European countries. The project develops different priorities for the Communitarian Action Programme in Prevention of Drug addiction (A3, A4, A6, B9, B 10).
The projects carried out by IREFREA concerns the primary prevention and try to combine the use of scientific methodology ( epidemiology , control groups, validated scales, bibliography research ... ) with the national grounded professionals and programmes. Especially the activities are focused on:
- Improvement of knowledge in a comparative way in most of European countries, about risk factors of use and abuse of synthetic drugs in disco or rave scene.
- Development of new preventive approaches in recreational places.
- Development of current knowledge of drug- addicted women needs in Europe and their perception of the efficacy of treatment services, looking for establishing preventive and therapeutic guidelines.
- Improvement of knowledge on risk and protection factors of adolescents, analysing in a comparative and international way, the family environment and different education styles.
- Development of preventive programmes, taking into account problems connected with each family environment.

In general terms, the aims of this project are:
- building up an European network of experts interested in prevention, research and evaluation;
- developing a common working methodologies and synergies among community programmes and intervention;
- establishing pilots studies and basic research related to preventive programmes;
- developing a better comprehension of drug abuse trends in comparative way among European countries, combining qualitative and quantitative research methodologies.

Outcomes of the project

Final report, April 2003:

Survey N° 1: Study on the perspectives regarding the improvement of assistance for female drug addicts with children in Europe#########(1.1 MB)

Survey N° 2: Stratégies individuelles, de groupe et institutionnelles qui favorisent l'abstinence ou modération du consommation dans une ambiance récréative#########(1.0 MB)

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Title of Project

EU-SCIP - EVALUATION AND IMPLEMENTATION
OF THE SELF-CONTROL INFORMATION PROGRAMME FOR DRUG ABUSERS

Organization

Name:

AIAR - AMSTERDAM INSTITUTE FOR ADDICTION RESEARCH (UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM)

Address:

Overschiestraat 65
1062 XD Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Telephone / Fax:

+31 20 4087861 /
+31 20 4087862

Web site:

http://www.aiar.nl

E-mail:

spaans@aiar.nl

Contact person:

Gérard .M. SCHIPPERS
Principal Investigator
E-mail: schippers@aiar.nl

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

X

Greece

X

Portugal

X

Denmark

X

Ireland

X

Spain

X

Finland

X

Italy

X

Sweden

X

France

X

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 31/12/2001
- 30 months

Budget

Total cost: 283.716,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 198.600,00 €

Project Objectives

The major aim of the proposal is to facilitate the implementation of a promising intervention method for reducing the harmful effects of drug abuse in the European Community by stimulating cooperation and the exchange of experiences. Five Member States will participate m the study, including Belgium, Germany, Greece, Wales (UK), and the Netherlands. Alternative models for the solution of the drug problem come to be viewed as necessary, primarily due to the spread of IUV/AIDS and the nuisance caused to the environment. The intervention, called Self-Control Information Program (SCIP), uses a non-moralizing, motivation-to-change enhancing booklet 'm a four guided sessions program with drug-abusing clients.

The program helps addicts :

1. to realistically assess both the advantages and disadvantages of drug use and those of "kicking the habit".
2. to view controlled use that is integrated within the context of a conventional lifestyle as a success in the right direction.
3. to change drug abuse as a strategy for attaining the quality of life.

S CIP is developed in co-operation with the Jellinek in Amsterdam by the Universities of NiJmegen and Amsterdam (Cramer & Schippers, 1994). The program is suitable for low-threshold facilities for drug abusers, and proven effective among others in prisons. The feasibility of the implementation of the program will be evaluated in a series of meetings of a Steering Committee (five Member States) and in a Symposium (all Member States) by discussing the experiences with pilot versions of the program (in five Member States) and the results of a survey on facilitative and inhibiting factors in implementing the program (all Member States). The project will therefore:
1. stimulate the exchange of experiences in implementing low-threshold drug abuse preventing programs.
2. establish co-operation in the implementation and adaptation of such programs.

Outcomes of the project

Final activity report, April 2005######### (684 KB)

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Title of Project

PROGRAMME-CADRE 2001 POUR LA COOPERATION ET LA PROMOTION
DES PROJETS DE REDUCTION DE LA DEMANDE DES DROGUES
SUR LE BASSIN TRANSFRONTALIER RHIN-MEUSE-MOSELLE

Organization

Name:

GEERMM-EUROPE (GROUPE EUROPEEN D'ECHANGE RHIN-MEUSE- MOSELLE) / EuroAFIS e.V.

Address:

Projets Landecker Weg 10
D-79331 Teningen

Telephone / Fax:

0049.(0)7641.956.265 / 0049.(0)7641.956.325

Web site:

http://www.geermm-euroconsult.org

E-mail:

info@geermm-euroconsult.org
or

info@drugstop.info

Contact person:

Since 2003:
J.-M. HOEGEL
E-mail: J-M.Hoegel@t-online.de

Before 2003:
J.-Y. TREPOS
45, rue principale
F-57420 - FOVILLE
Tel/Fax: 33.3.87013246 / 33.3.87014083

Countries participating

Member States

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

Greece

Portugal

Denmark

Ireland

Spain

Finland

Italy

Sweden

X

France

X

Luxembourg

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 02/01/2001
- 18 months

Budget

Total cost: 300.640,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 198.500,00 €

Project Objectives

This project aims to promote the co-operation and improvement of drug demand reduction programs in the cross-border Rhin-Meuse-Moselle region (F, D, B, L, NL).
The main aim, in this geographical area, involving partners from five member states, is to encourage and structure cross-border co-operation, to attempt to work out common strategies for action, which are effective and relevant, respecting the different local systems, and the national political, cultural and economic constraints.

In this way, the 2001 GEERMM-Europe Interregional Framework Program, based on previous evaluations, is centring its work and thinking on two main themes:

1. The development of activities aimed at preventing drug use by young people : by the training of multidisciplinary staff (F, B, D) to work with this group, in co-operation with an other European network T3E {School and Social Environment Seminars} , by working with a lot of groups of young people (F, B) to develop the peer's support and the control of addictive behaviours [Prevention for addictive behaviours among young people] (in reference to actions 3, 9, 10, 12 and 15 formulated in the appendix to the program of Community Action n°102/97/CE).

2. Research and the development of strategies suited to the prevention of relapses, by means of co-operation between drug addiction specialists in order to determine what the relevant concepts are [Relapse prevention], the improvement of the general health and the quality of life of addicts in substitution programs, research of a best comfort in the protocols between users and general practitioners [Drug Addicts' Aid Network] , (in reference to actions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6).

The whole of the Framework Program aims to involve professionals in the field of addiction, both specialists and non-specialists, in order to diversify prevention work (included young people themselves as far as possible) and the follow-up of drug addicts, to enrich everyone about good practices as well as the co-operation which is indispensable for coherent action and the improvement of the quality of work of drug addiction workers and the level of health of users. This hand-on approach does not exclude research work, collaboration between researchers and academics, co-operation with other European network to reduce financial costs and extend good practices (for example Action 1 with T3E), and the use of existing data and local European level, such as those provided by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (E.M.C.D.D.A.) and the national Focus Points.

Outcomes of the project

Final report #########, November 2002######### (352 KB)

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Title of Project

RÉSEAU D'ÉCHANGES ET DE FORMATION

Organization

Name:

TOXICOMANIES-EUROPE-ECHANGES-ETUDES

Address:

2, rue des Malades

F-60 000 - SAINT MARTIN LE NOEUD

Telephone / Fax:

(+33-3 ) 44 02 88 65 /
(+33-3 ) 44 02 88 62

Web site:

http://www.t3e-eu.org/accueil.htm

E-mail:

sato.t3e@wanadoo.fr

Contact person:

Mr. KAZIM KHAN

sato.pic@wanadoo.fr

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

X

Greece

X

Portugal

X

Denmark

X

Ireland

X

Spain

Finland

X

Italy

X

Sweden

X

France

X

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 01/09/2001
- 25 months

Budget

Total cost: 448.297,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 300451,00 €

Project Objectives

- Launch a comparative study on the impact of substitution treatments, notably Subutex, looking more particularly at the effects of these treatments on patients' intravenous drug use and use of psychotropic drugs in general.
- Continue the \"Race & Drugs\" project based at the University of Middlesex (UK), concerning prevention, access to treatment and provision of care for immigrants from cultural minorities.
- Extend the scope of the existing network, a) by developing partnerships with structures specialising in the field of addictology and alcohol problems and b) by developing an approach that considers the impact of social insecurity on drug use (licit or illicit).
- Create a French/English glossary of terms used in the field of addiction, designed to serve a functional purpose while at the same time pinpointing, via linguistic realities, certain conceptual and/or cultural differences.
- Organise training sessions on themes covered in the programme.
- Publish and disseminate (on paper and on the Internet) data, contributions generated by the programme and information concerning the network's activities.
- Organise partnerships in the context of placements linked to the programme's objectives, while at the same time promoting synergies with other European networks.


- A initier une étude comparative sur l'impact des traitements de substitution, en particulier en ce qui concerne le Subutex. Cette étude prendra plus particulièrement en considération les effets de ces traitements sur les comportements à risque liés à l'usage de drogues par voie intraveineuse et à toute prise de psychotropes.
- A poursuivre la recherche-action concernant la prévention, l'accès aux soins et la prise en charge des minorités culturelles issues de l'immigration (programme - Race and Drug Project- Middlesex University U-K).
- A élargir les compétences du réseau existant, d'une part en initiant des partenariats avec des structures spécialisées en alcoologie ou en addictologie et d'autre part en développant une approche tenant compte de l'incidence des problèmes de précarité sur les usages de drogues (licites où illicites).
- A créer un outil (glossaire français / anglais) réunissant des termes du domaine de l'addictologje dans une perspective fonctionnelle, tout en permettant de cerner les différences conceptuelles et/ou culturelles à travers les réalités linguistiques.
- A organiser des sessions de formation sur les thématiques développées dans ce programme.
- A publier et à diffuser les données, les contributions générées par ce programme.. ainsi que les informations concernant les actions de notre réseau (support papier et internet).
- A organiser des partenariats dans le cadre de stages articulés aux objectifs du programme développé ci-dessus tout en favorisant des synergies avec d'autres réseaux européens.

Outcomes of the project

Final report #########, January 2004######### (882 KB)

Annexes of the final report ##################(1.9 MB)

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Title of Project

DEVELOPMENT OF AN EUROPAN - EARLY IDENTIFICATION FUNCTION-
FOR EMERGING DRUG PHENOMENA

Organization

Name:

Observatoire Français des Drogues et des Toxicomanies (OFDT)

Address:

O. F. D. T.

3 avenue du Stade de France

F-93218 - Saint Denis la plaine Cedex

Telephone / Fax:

(+33-1) 41 62 77 16 /
(+33-1)
41 62 77 00

Web site:

http://www.ofdt.fr

E-mail:

ofdt@ofdt.fr

Contact person:

Prof. Jean-Michel Costes

Countries participating

Member States

Austria

X

Germany

The Netherlands

Belgium

X

Greece

X

Portugal

Denmark

Ireland

X

Spain

Finland

X

Italy

X

Sweden

X

France

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

Starting date and
duration of project

- 31/12/2001
- 24 months

Budget

Total cost: 823409,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 408973,00 €

Project Objectives

Main objective:

To develop an early identification function for emerging drug phenomena in order to improve the sensitivity of the existing drug information systems of the participating countries

Secondary objectives:

- To strengthen the methods and means for identification of emerging drug phenomena at the European level, in the context of a global drug information system, building on existing structures.

- To develop one or various strategies for rapid release of information to policy makers, service providers, prevention providers and the general population.

- To facilitate an exchange of information and experiences between a group of experts from countries of the European Union

- To develop a manual on the collection, analysis and rapid release of objective data related to emerging drug phenomena.

Outcomes of the project

Executive summary #########, March 2004######### (180 KB)

Final report ##################(310 KB)

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Title of Project

AC - COMPANY

Organization

Name:

AMSTERDAMS OEKUMENISCH CENTRUM

Address:

Stadhouderskade 159

NL-1074 BC - AMSTERDAM

Telephone / Fax:

(+31) 20 67 21 192 /
(+31) 20 67 19 694

Web site:

www.ac-company.org

E-mail:

amoc@amoc.demon.nl

Contact person:

Mr. Eberhard SCHATZ
Project co-ordinator AC COMPANY
Stadhouderskade 159
NL - 1074BC Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Mobile: 0031 618876890
E-mail: eschatz@amoc.demon.nl
Web site: www.amoc-dhv.org

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

X

Greece

X

Portugal

X

Denmark

X

Ireland

X

Spain

X

Finland

X

Italy

X

Sweden

X

France

X

Luxembourg

X

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

X

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

X

Lithuania

X

Slovenia

X

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

X

Poland

X

Hungary

X

Romania

Others

X

Switzerland

Starting date and
duration of project

- 31/12/2001
- 24 months

Budget

Total cost: 760.687,12 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 494.446,62 €

Project Objectives

The next phase of AC COMPANY will expand the network with candidate states, will intensify research and will focus also on migrants, drug users from Central and East Europe and foreign drug users in prison. The general aim is to contribute to the prevention of drug dependence and its consequences (marginalisation, related health damage) in the field of mobility and drug abuse, by:

- The Network: to maintain and further develop the collaboration between national reference centres regarding questions on helping mobile drug users; to integrate new project partners (from candidate countries) and to further develop the network itself in order to improve transnational collaboration and to effectively support integration or re-integration of clients.
- The Laboratory: to help, support and offer treatment to mobile drug users to deal with their problems and their needs; to help them where they are and to facilitate their (re)integration at home.
- The Research: to build scientific knowledge about this target group (with special focal point on migrants, mobile drug users from Central and East Europe and prisoners) and the factors that influence their medical and social condition; in order to improve secondary and tertiary prevention of Aids/STD, of other communicable diseases and of drug abuse.
- The Models: to elaborate the functional working models that have been established in the work with mobile drug users and make them available for new partners, especially in the candidate countries. To further develop the reference status of the partners in their own countries for colleagues and other professionals who work in the field of drug abuse and to stimulate initiatives by local projects to implement the models in areas and regions where the situation with regard to mobile drug users call for such actions.
- The Dissemination/Training: to make the models available and to disseminate the expertise of AC COMPANY via the website ( homepage) on the internet, direct consultation to professionals, bilateral visits of project partners, presentations at conferences, publications in periodicals and the intensification of collaboration with relevant international networks.
- The Monitoring/Political Consultation: to support the harmonisation of the drug policy and the quality of the help and support for mobile drug users in the European Union, AC COMPANY will make its analysis available to the relevant policymakers in the EU.

Outcomes of the project

Executive summary of the final report######### (194 KB)

Final report, December 2003######### (1.7 MB)

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Title of Project

PEERGROUP EDUCATION FOR YOUNGSTERS IN OUTER SCHOOLS SITUATIONS AND FOR PARENTS. THE FINAL INTRODUCTION AND PERFORMANCE.

Organization

Name:

TACTUS, INSTITUTE FOR ADDICTION CARE

Address:

P.O. BOX 417

NL-7500 AK - ENSCHEDE

Telephone / Fax:

( + 31 ) 53 433 14 14 /
( + 31 ) 53 434 32 87

Web site:

http://www.tactus.nl

E-mail:

c.l.a.struik@tactus.nl

Contact person:

Drs COR STRUIK

Countries participating

Member States

X

Austria

X

Germany

X

The Netherlands

X

Belgium

Greece

Portugal

X

Denmark

X

Ireland

X

Spain

X

Finland

X

Italy

Sweden

X

France

Luxembourg

United Kingdom

EFTA / EEA Countries

Iceland

Liechtenstein

Norway

Candidate Countries

Bulgaria

Latvia

Slovakia

Cyprus

X

Lithuania

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Malta

Turkey

Estonia

Poland

Hungary

Romania

Others

X

Switzerland

Starting date and
duration of project

- 1/06/2001
- 18 months

Budget

Total cost: 613412,00 €

Subsidy from the Commission: 419695,00 €

Project Objectives

Scientific Aims :

The evaluat