|Project executing body||Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe, LWL-Coordination Office for Drug-Related Issues, Münster/Germany|
Gesellschaft für Forschung und Beratung im Gesundheits- und Sozialbereich mbH (FOGS), Cologne/Germany
|Project period||1.11.2007 - 31.10.2010|
Federal Ministry of Health, Berlin/Germany
|Target group||Adolescents and youths who have become conspicuous by the consumption of illegal drugs or alcohol|
|Setting||Approach via judiciary, school and work place|
FreD goes net continued the work that had been started in the German pilot project FreD. The target group of FreD goes net was expanded by the youths with risky alcohol consumption. Further to this the settings were expanded by the settings school and work place.
A training program was devleloped with the behaviour-related target to motivate young consumers to reflect their consumption and possibly change their behaviour. Risk competence and personal responsibility are encouraged to prevent the youths from sliding into dependency.
The structural target of this project was to implement this early intervention offer in the participating countries. In order to reach this target it was necessary to build up new structures of cooperation between addiction help services and police/justice and/or work place.
After a training of the experts for the implementation of the courses approximately ten pilot courses were effected per country. After that the European curriculum was tested. By the end of the project period transfer events for interested European experts from countries that had not participated in the project so far were effected.
|Material||Publications in the frame of FreD goes net|