Table 5 OL: Prevention programmes in schools and kindergartens – schools

1 of 2 – next

 

Name of the programme

Age groups addressed

Implemented by (e.g. teachers, professionals, other)

No. of hours of teacher training

Intensity: no. of sessions per month

No. of sessions at full implementation

It there family Intervention/involvement related?

Is there a related school policy ?

Which regions participate?

No. of schools covered

No. of pupils reached

No. of teachers involved

No. of families actively participating

Duration (months)

Main model applied*

More specific models (if desired)

Status of evaluation**

Which indicators (if applicable)?

Information source

In EDDRA ?

BEfr

Intervention with the aim of harm reduction related to drug consumption

10–25 years old and adults

Two psychologists and teachers

14 hours for each group of training

 

7 trainings (teachers)

2 trainings: 15 parents per group – information about prevention to a group of parents (100 parents)

educational project ‘health and well-being at school

district of Verviers

14 secondary schools and 6 primary schools

250

60

not for the moment

 

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Implementation of an already evaluated programme

 

 

 

BEfr

Programme Cappa

10–11 years old

Professionals

 

5 sessions/year in each class

125 sessions

no

 

Couvin and Viroinval

34 classes

300

20

 

school year

 

 

Only process

 

 

 

BEfr

Name of the school

12–18 years old

Teachers and professionals

1 educational day for teachers

 

 

no

long-term project (creation of a group of multiplicators, …)

Couvin and Viroinval

1

300

12 teachers and 3 educators

no

school year

Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins)

 

 

 

 

 

BEfr

Training for educational staff of secondary education

12 – 18 years old and older

Educational professionals

Minimum 15 hours generally divided into 5 half-days

 

 

some schools desire that a conference towards parents is organised

sometimes yes sometimes no

the entire French community

11 schools

about 2000 pupils

132 teachers

 

 

 

 

Only process

 

Surveys, participants

 

BEfr

School project

15 years old and older

Teachers and professionals and pupils

An average of 3 to 7 hours

 

1 to 3 ‘sessions’ and extensive exchanges between parents and pupils

no

It is generally in construction.

district of Namur

6

impossible to evaluate

75

no

 

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

 

 

 

 

BEfr

Welcome of groups

15 years old and older

Professionals

 

1

1

 

rarely

district of Namur

25

917

29

no

less than 1 month

Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

Problem/Risk behaviour (Jessor)

 

 

 

 

BEfr

Follow-up of the programme Diabolo Manques

Adults and youths (12–16 years old)

Teachers and professionals and pupils

25 hours

meetings monthly

10

parents association

included in an educational project

district of Liège

1

260

13

1

10 months

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

surveys and balance sheet

Actors and participants

 

BEfr

Framing of a resourceful group in a secondary school

Adults

educational team

33 hours

the resourceful group works permanently

 

parents association

included in an educational project

district of Liège

1

the whole school

15

 

10 months

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

qualitative estimation

Analyses of the situations

 

BEfr

Follow-up of the training realised the year before

Adults

Teachers

15 hours of training and 6 hours of follow-up

 

 

 

included in an educational project

district of Liège

1

indirectly the whole school

11

 

10 months

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

balance sheet

Participants

 

BEfr

Sensibilisation to drug problems

Adults

Professionals

26 hours

 

 

 

included in an educational project

district of Liège

1

indirectly the whole school

12

no

6 months

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

qualitative surveys

Participants

 

BEfr

Drug prevention operation

Educational actors and pupils

 

102 hours

October: 2, November: 3, December: 14, March: 13, May: 7

39

no

included in an educational project

all areas

6

980

131

 

9 months

 

Problem/Risk behaviour (Jessor)

Only process

according to some indicators: drug consumption, acts of violence, …

Specific training and works specialised in human science

 

BEfr

Diabolo Manques

12–15 years old

Professionals

Training (9 hours), follow-up (depends), evaluation (3 hours), realisation (depends)

 

depends on the implication of the teachers

invite the family to the varnishing of the bus and meeting with the different associations and parents associations

included in an educational project

district of Liège

4

1153

77

 

minimum 3 months

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

apes (ulg)

Associations and schools

 

BEfr

Training in ‘communication and addictions’

Primary and secondary school pupils

Teachers and educational team

Training (15 hours), evaluation (2 hours), realisation (9 hours)

 

depends

depends

included in an educational project

district of Liège

6

 

80

 

 

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

 

Participants and internal evaluation

 

BEfr

Prevention of drug users

12–20 years old

Professionals and teachers

In accordance with the schools

depends on the projects

 

very few

when it is extended to health

district of Hainaut

7

1000

40

 

2 to 3 years

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

qualitative and quantitative surveys

 

 

BEfr

Sensibilisation to drugs problems

Adults

Professionals

4 hours

 

 

 

 

the entire French community

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BEvl

Project ‘Sleutelspelen en voordrachten’ (De Sleutel)

12–18 years

Teachers

None

unknown

unknown

sporadic

Yes

Flanders

94 schools for ‘voordrachten’ 14 schools for ‘sleutelspelen’

8953 for ‘voordrachten 1503 for ‘sleutelspelen’

270 teachers for ‘voordrachten’ 70 teachers for ‘sleutelspelen

none

47 days for ‘voordrachten’ 14 days for ‘sleutelspelen

Other

Other

Only process

none

Own registration

No

BEvl

Project ‘Verbondenheid’ (KULeuven)

2.5–22 years

Staff members of project Verbondenheid together with key persons in each school (principal, teachers, members of school health services, etc.)

No specific training of teachers. support purely in the form of guidance and counselling of key persons

6/year

target is 1–3 years of counselling and guidance whereafter the process should be self-sustaining

1 information evening with parents

if explicitly demanded by school a school policy component can be included

Flanders

dozens of schools ranging from pre-school kindergarten up to higher education

program is concerned solely with the entity of ‘schools’

hundreds of teachers. since the entity of implementation is the school there are no precise figures available

15 information evenings for parents

1–3 years

Other

Other

Only process

well-being, involvement and solidarity

Own registration

No

BEvl

Project ‘Lesgeven en praten over drugs in de klas: een wereld van verschil’ (Leefsleutels)

12–18 years

Teachers

45 hours

3 sessions in 2001

2–3 sessions/year

no

Yes

Brugge, Mechelen en Herentals

approx. 20 schools

unknown

approx. 50 teachers

none

impossible to determine

Health Promotion (WHO)

Other

Only process

feedback of participants of the training by use of questionnaires

None

No

BEvl

MEGA-project (Generale Staf van de Rijkswacht)

11–12 years

Implementation through local prevention platforms

Teachers training: 1 day (8 hours); training of police: 40 hours

for police: 3 sessions/year for teachers: 10 sessions/year

Teachers training: 1 day (8 hours) training of police: 40 hours

there is a information moment for parents

one of the objectives of this program is to implement a coherent school policy

Flanders

551 schools

16090 pupils (2000–200(1) 20000 pupils (2001–200(2)

650 teachers

none

6 months

Other

Other

Only process

changes in social ability and attitude, pupil’s integration in class

MEGA-manual MEGA-activity report

No

BEvl

Project Jeugdadviseurs (In Petto)

14–19 years

85 % by prevention workers of youth services, 10 % by youth consultants and 5 % by others

Training of prevention workers and youth consultants (no specific training of teachers)

there are no regular sessions

Training sessions for peers: two or three Wednesday afternoons (12 h), 1 weekend (30 h), three or four follow–up sessions (12 h)

no, parents receive a brochure of youth services

no

Flanders (25 locations)

schools are used solely to recruit youngsters who will join the peer support project.

358 youngsters received a peer support training in 2001

Teachers are not directly involved

none

4–7 months

peer approach: influence and imitation

Social Influence (Bandura)

Outcome with any kind of control

diverse – especially the own experiences of youth services

Evaluation report 2000 and 2001

No

BEvl

Project ‘Gezondheid, je kan er zelf iets aan doen’ (VIG)

3–12 years

two channels: schools through principal and teachers and school health service members

Two kinds of training: training session ‘The healthy school’ (16 h); training specifically adapted to fit certain project

The healthy school: 1 x 2 days Specific training: occasional

unknown

no, not directly

Yes

Flanders

35 primary schools

unknown

unknown

unknown

unknown

Health Promotion (WHO)

Other

Other

local school setting: lifestyle and environmental factors, management of schools and classes

Own educational material

No

BEvl

Project ‘Europeers’ (CAD Limburg)

14–15 years

Prevention workers

Three projects x 4 h = 12 h

6 days/project over 3 month period

6 days/project over 3-month period

Yes

yes, school policy is a prerequisite for implementation

St-Truiden, Bilzen and Maaseik

12 schools

60 pupils

8 teachers

60 families

3

Peer approach: influence and imitation

Other

Other

none

Activity report CAD and ‘Europeers’ report from Euronet

No

BEvl

Project ‘Contactsleutels + Gat in de haag’ (De Sleutel)

4–12 years

Teachers

246 hours

unknown

3 days

sporadic

no

Flanders

approx. 50 new schools in 2001

unknown

approx. 500 teachers

sporadic

1 (school) year

Other

Other

Other

none

Own registration

No

BEvl

Drugpreventieproject Politie Brecht

11–12 years

local police and teachers

No information available

No information available

Unknown

one information evening for parents and through small homework for pupils

if exclusive primary school: too early for drug policy, if primary school embedded in secondary school: yes reflection on drug policy in secondary school

38 different communities in Flanders in 2001

186

6174

285 teachers

in principal all families through information evenings and homework for pupils

1 week (not full-time)

Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins)

 

Outcome without control

Parents, teachers and police officers are questioned every year on different aspects of the project.

Own documentation

No

BEvl

Concept ‘Drugbeleid op school’ (VAD) and leerlingenbevraging

12–18 years

in ideal situation: principal, teachers, prevention worker, representatives of parents and students

The training is not specifically aimed at teachers and is open for all kind key persons in schools

Training is organised purely on demand. In prevention

unknown

Yes. Parents are invited to participate in the design and follow-up of a drug policy in school

Yes. A drug policy in schools is the absolute aim of the programme

Flanders

68 secondary schools participated in 2001 in a survey. this survey is designed explicitly as an aid for the implementation of a ‘Drug policy in schools’ and is a good proxy

in 2001 31.920 pupils participated in the survey

Unknown

unknown

continuous

Other

Other

Only process

 

Own documentation

No

BEDe

Euregio-Konekt Pilot -project on violence -prevention and on mediation

All ages

Teachers and professionals

80 hours

 

10 days over 1 year

information sessions for the parents are foreseen

To implement a non-violence philosophy

German-speaking region of Belgium

in 2001, 2 primary schools and 1 secondary school participated

700 pupils

40 teachers

 

3 6 month

life skill model

Reasoned action-attitude (Fishbein-Aijzen)

Implementation of an already evaluated programme

 

 

Yes

BEDe

investigation of consumption behaviour including the risk behaviour of all pupils on secondary schools / junior high schools

14- to 16-year-old pupils

Teachers and professionals

No specific training for the teachers and the staff

 

1 h to fill out the questionnaire

No

by school-ministry request .To make school survey

German-speaking community with partners from Germany (NRW) Netherlands (Limburg)

10 schools coming from the German -Speaking- Community

39 280 pupils coming from the different regions and 1256 pupils coming from the German- Speaking- Community of Belgium

 

 

2 month

Health Promotion (WHO)

Reasoned action-attitude (Fishbein-Aijzen)

Other

 

 

No

BEDe

Mega campaign in collaboration with the police and gendarmerie of the DG

Parents of pupils

No

 

 

4 different evenings in 4 different schools of the German-Speaking- Community

Information events for parents on the topic of cannabis

to develop health programmes

The German- Speaking- Community of Belgium

4 schools

 

 

310 parents took part in this event

6 month

Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

Problem/Risk behaviour (Jessor)

No evaluation foreseen or ongoing

 

 

No

BEDe

A smoke-free week campaign in collaboration with the ASL and 1 secondary school

Pupils from one secondary school and the teaching staff

Teaching staff and one coordinator

No training

 

One week

they were informed

aspects of health policy

German-Speaking-Community of Belgium

1 school

280 pupils

30 Teachers

 

1/4 month

Health Promotion (WHO)

Social Influence (Bandura)

Outcome without control

 

 

No

DK

 

10–11 years: 3 %; 12–13 years: 78 %; 14v15 years: 19 %

Teachers: 55 %; municipal SSP consultants (school, social service and police): 34 %; other: 11 %

n.a.

No information per month, but available per year: Median: 2 or 3 days per year (37 %); Variations: one or two lessons - one week

n.a.

Yes: 75 %; no: 6 %; sometimes: 19 %

Yes: 87,5 %; No: 12,5 %

County of Northern Jutland (11 out of 27 municipals) and County of Frederiksborg (5 out of 19 municipals) participated in this pilot-survey.

76 schools in 16 municipalities. On average, 89 % of the schools in each municipality are covered. Variation (60–100 %)

3.915 pupils

143 teachers

n.a.

n.a.

 

 

Only process

n.a.

n.a.

No

DE

Be Smart – Don`t Start

Classes 6–8

n.a.

Two measures of further education, 8 h each

n.a.

written survey

Meetings with parents

n.a.

Land Brandenburg

54 classes

1271

42

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

OPUS (Offenes Partizipationsnetz und Schulgesundheit) - Open network for participation and health at school

All age groups

n.a.

Regular training with differing number of hours

n.a.

n.a.

Yes

n.a.

Land Brandenburg

22 schools

ca. 6600

ca. 400

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Peer Education in addiction prevention

14–16 years

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

No

n.a.

Halle, Magdeburg

2 schools

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Healthy promoting schools

6–18 years

n.a.

 

n.a.

n.a.

Particular

n.a.

Saxony-Anhalt

40

 

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Addiction prevention in Grundschule

6 – 10 years

n.a.

135

n.a.

425

In all types of schools altogether 384 measures for and with parents took place

n.a.

Lower Saxony

n.a.

1500

141

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Addiction prevention in Hauptschule

13 – 16 years

n.a.

320

n.a.

600

n.a.

Lower Saxony

n.a.

2100

376

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Addiction prevention in Realschule

13 – 16 years

n.a.

255

n.a.

575

n.a.

Lower Saxony

n.a.

1950

282

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Addiction prevention in Sonderschule

10 – 18 years

n.a.

200

n.a.

300

n.a.

Lower Saxony

n.a.

1050

212

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Addiction prevention in Berufsb. Schule

17 – 21 years

n.a.

110

n.a.

300

n.a.

Lower Saxony

n.a.

1200

117

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Addiction prevention in integr. Gesamtschu-le/kooperative GS

10 – 19 years

n.a.

230

n.a.

1100

n.a.

Lower Saxony

n.a.

3450

258

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Addiction prevention in schools

13 -19 years

n.a.

255

n.a.

400

n.a.

Lower Saxony

n.a.

1650

282

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Addiction prevention in Orientierungsstufe

11– 13 years

n.a.

295

n.a.

600

n.a.

Lower Saxony

n.a.

2100

329

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

DE

Be Smart – Don`t Start

12–14 years

n.a.

No fixed number

n.a.

no fixed number

Families get detailed information on the project

n.a.

Baden-Württemberg

880 classes

125000

880

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

EL

Fully implemented programmes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EL

Primary prevention programme in primary education: ‘COMPASS’

(1) Primary school students

(2) Primary school teachers

(3) Parents

Professionals

8 to 20

2 to 4

2 to 7

Yes

No

Boroughs of the Prefecture of Thessaloniki

15

150

75

20

8

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome without control

(1) the level of knowledge about risk and protecting factors of substance use, as well as, about children’s psychosocial development, (2) the degree of expression of needs, worries and feelings, (3) the level of knowledge about active learning methods, (4) teachers’ attitude towards the use of active learning methods in their teaching

Drug Dependence Prevention and Health Promotion Centre ‘PYXIDA’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme against substance use: Resisting Peer Pressure

Primary school students of 11 years of age

Professionals

5

1

1

No

Yes

The borough of Marousi

1

26

1

 

1

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Outcome without control

(1) the level of students’ knowledge about drugs, (2) students’ attitude towards substance use, (3) students’ alternative activities to substance use or ways of dealing with peer pressure in relation with substance use

Therapy Centre for Dependent Individuals (KETHEA) – Department of Primary Prevention – Primary Prevention in Primary Education Section

 

EL

Primary prevention programme: ‘The creative game’

(1) Primary school students of 6–12 years of age

(2) Primary school teachers

Professionals

 

 

 

No

Yes

Kalamata, Messini, Petalidi, Dorio, Verga, Leika, Kiparissia

16

341

24

 

2

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Ecological-environmental,

(4) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of active participation, (2) the completion of the programme , (3) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction, (4) students’ creative activities in their spare time, 5) the number of requests for further collaboration

Information - Prevention and Sensitisation Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Messinia ‘KEPEPSO’

 

EL

Primary prevention pntervention in the school community; primary prevention programme in secondary education

(1) Secondary school students

(2) Secondary school teachers

Professionals

40

4

7

No

No

Boroughs from the Prefecture of Thessaloniki

24

282

47

 

7

(1) Health Promotion (WHO),

(2) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Outcome without control

(for teachers) (1) the level of knowledge about risk and protecting factors of legal and illegal substance use, (2) the degree of understanding the importance of expressing needs, worries and feelings, (3) teachers’ attitudes towards their role in the children’s development, (for students) (1) the degree of understanding risk factors of substance use, (2) the degree of understanding the importance of expressing needs, worries and feelings, (3) students’ attitude towards peer pressure

Drug Dependence Prevention and Health Promotion Centre ‘PYXIDA’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme in secondary education

Secondary school students

Professionals

8

7

38

No

No

The borough of Sikees

2

220

 

 

6

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin), Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

(2) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Only Process

(1) the number of the participants, (2) the degree of response to the programme by the members of the school community (e.g. how much time it was appropriated by the school), (3) the degree of participation (the level of interest, feeling free of expressing themselves, attitude and behaviour), (4) the degree of participants’ satisfaction, 5) the level of communication, 6) expressed interest for the continuation of the programme’s implementation

Drug Dependence Prevention and Health Promotion Centre ‘PYXIDA’

 

EL

Short-term primary prevention interventions addressed to adolescents

Secondary school students of 14–17 years of age

Professionals

 

 

24

No

No

The boroughs of Cholargos and Agia Paraskevi

8

688

 

 

4

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

(1) the level of participants’ gained experience, (2) the level of knowledge gained by the programme (about substance use, sexuality)

Dependence Prevention and Mental Health Promotion Centre of the boroughs of Holargos and Agia Paraskevi ‘ARGO’

 

EL

Students’ groups (based on experiential methods)

Secondary school students of 13–15 years of age

Professionals

 

 

 

Yes

Yes

The regions of Kalamata-Messini-Kiparissia

3

102

5

30

4

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of active participation, (2) participants’ regular attendance in the meetings, (3) the degree of participants’ satisfaction, (4) changes in the way of communication among the members of the group, 5) expressed interest and requests for further collaboration

Information - Prevention and Sensitisation Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Messinia ‘KEPEPSO’

 

EL

Primary prevention and health promotion seminar addressed to students from schools of Employment Organisation of Labour Force

Secondary school students of 18–20 years of age (students from schools of Employment Organisation of Labour Force)

Professionals

 

4

10

No

No

A school of Employment Organisation of Labour Force of the borough of Katerini (of the Prefecture of Pieria)

1

20

 

 

2

(1) Health Promotion (WHO),

(2) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of students’ participation, (2) the degree of participants’ satisfaction

Communication and Prevention Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Pieria ‘ KEP PIERIA’

 

EL

Primary prevention interventions addressed to adolescents in the school community

Secondary school students of 14–18 years of age

Professionals

 

 

 

No

No

Schools of the borough of Elliniko

3

515

 

 

6

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of participation

Prevention Centre of the Municipality of Glyfada, Social Intervention Centre - Joint Municipal Enterprise of Alimos, Argiroupoli, Elliniko and Glyfada

 

EL

Primary prevention interventions addressed to adolescents in the school community

Secondary school students of 13–17 years of age

Professionals

 

 

 

No

No

Schools of the borough of Glyfada

5

420

 

 

6

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of the development of self-knowledge

Prevention Centre of the Municipality of Elliniko, Social Intervention Centre - Joint Municipal Enterprise of Alimos, Argiroupoli, Elliniko and Glyfada

 

EL

Secondary school students’ group

Secondary school students of 13–15 years of age

Professionals

 

 

12

Yes

Yes

A school from the borough of Larisa

1

14

 

13

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

(1) the number of students who expressed their willingness to participate in the programme ‘Standing on my own feet’ next year, (2) the number of students who stated that their participation in the group helped them in order to express their opinion, (3) the number of students who indicated that, through group meetings, they learned a lot of things about themselves, (4) the number of students who regularly attended the group meetings

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Larissa ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme: ‘Ariadni’

Secondary school students of 11–17 years of age

(1) Professionals

(2) Volunteers

 

 

 

No

Yes

Kalamata and other regions

20

573

40

 

7

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of active participation, (2) the degree of participants’ satisfaction, (3) changes in the way of communication among the members of the group, (4) the active and creative activities in the spare time

Information - Prevention and Sensitisation Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Messinia ‘KEPEPSO’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme in primary education: ‘Skills for primary school students’

(1) Primary school students of 10–12 years of age

(2) Primary school teachers

(3) Parents

Professionals

82

2

85

Yes

Yes

1st and 2nd districts of the borough of Athens

7

161

19

49

6

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

(1) the degree of acting and feeling as a group, as well as, the degree of collaboration in the classroom, (2) the changes in the students’ behaviour, (3) the degree of improvement in the communication between parents and students, (4) the degree of preventive activities’ implementation in the classroom, 5) the development of a network which is involved with preventive activities in the school community and is compromised by parents, teachers, as well as local health services

Therapy Centre for Dependent Individuals (KETHEA) - Department of Primary Prevention - Primary Prevention in Primary Education Section

 

EL

Primary prevention programme in the school community

(1) Secondary school students of 14–19 years of age

(2) Secondary school teachers

(3) Parents

Professionals

20

2

10

Yes

Yes

The borough of Nea Smirni

1

17

13

10

12

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Peer approach: influence and imitation,

5) Other: Systemi

 

Outcome with any kind of control

 

Therapy Centre for Dependent Individuals (KETHEA) - Department of Primary Prevention - Primary Prevention in Secondary Education Section

 

EL

Primary prevention programme: teacher training ‘Involving volunteers in prevention intervention in the school community’

(1) Secondary school students

(2) Secondary school teachers

Professionals

 

 

 

Yes

Yes

The borough of Iraklio

13

200

30

15

6

(1) Health Promotion (WHO),

(2) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

(3) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre of the Municipality of Herakleio ‘KESAN’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme in primary education

(1) Primary school students of 10–12 years of age

(2) Parents

Primary school teachers

6

2

2

Yes

Yes

Boroughs of the prefecture of Ilia

11

7

19

40

3

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin)

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins)

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

(1) the degree of expressing feelings and attitudes, (2) eliminating disapproval attitudes by the students, (3) the degree of teachers and parents’ knowledge about psychosocial causes of substance use, as well as the level of understanding the role of the school and family in prevention, (4) number of requests for participating in preventive activities

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Ilia ‘INTERVENTIONS’

Yes

EL

Prevention goes to school’

(1) Primary school students of 7–12 years of age

(2) Parents

Primary school teachers

20

4

11

Yes

Yes

1st, 2nd and 3rd districts of the borough of Thessaloniki

5

180

8

31

5

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Only Process

 

Information and Prevention Centre ‘SIRIOS’ (central unit - Thessaloniki)

 

EL

Skills for primary school students’

Primary school students of 10–12 years of age

Primary school teachers

18

3

10

Yes

Yes

Larissa, Zapio, Giannouli, Sikourio. Nikaia, Damase, Platikampos

9

190

10

10

6

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Only Process

(1) the number of trained teachers who implemented the school programme, (2) the number of teachers who are supported/supervised by the agents of the Prevention Centre during the programme’s implementation, (3) the number of teachers who expressed their willingness to continue the programme next year

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Larissa ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Primary prevention intervention in primary education

(1) Primary school students,

(2) Parents

(1) Primary school teachers,

(2) Professionals

25

4

7

Yes

Yes

The borough of Grevena

5

280

12

40

6

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

(1) Outcome without control, (2) Only Process

(1) participants’ regular attendance, (2) the number of trained teachers who implemented the school programme, (3) the level of development of social skills

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Grevena ‘ORIZONTES’

 

EL

Health promotion programme: ‘Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students of 12–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

25

5

 

No

No

The boroughs of Tripolis, North Kinouria, Tegea, Vitina

5

140

8

 

4

(1) Life skill model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome without control

(1) the degree of teachers’ thinking about their personal needs, (2) the level of teachers’ understanding about children’s needs, as well as about the psychosocial characteristics of adolescents’ development, (3) the degree of understanding active learning methods

Prevention Centre for Combating Drugs of the Prefecture of Arkadia ‘KPNNA’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Final target group: Secondary school students of 13–16 years of age, Strategic target group: secondary school teachers

(1) Secondary school teachers,

(2) Professionals

116

 

32

No

No

The boroughs of Moudania, Ormilia, Triglia, Kallikratia, Poligiros, Zervochoria, Panagia

13

180

15

 

4

(1) Life skill model (Botvin),

(2) Health promotion (WHO),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only process

(1) the number of teachers and students who participated in the programme, (2) participants’ regular attendance in the meetings, (3) the number of requests for the development of new groups, (4) students’ expressed interest about the programme, 5) changes in the students’ behaviour, 6) number of requests by teachers for participating in preventive activities

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Chalkidiki ‘PNOI’

 

EL

Health promotion and primary prevention programme against substance use: ‘Black and White: The life’s book’

Secondary school students of 14–15 years of age

(1) Secondary school teachers,

(2) Professionals

25

2

10

Yes

Yes

The borough of Ioannina

4

130

11

20

8

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

 

Counselling Centre for Combating Drugs of the Prefecture of Ioannina

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students

Secondary school teachers

35

2

130

No

Yes

The Prefecture of Aitolokarnania

13

260

17

 

5

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome without control

(1) the number of trained teachers who were involved in the implementation of the school programme (2) the degree of students’ participation

Municipal Prevention Unit of the Prefecture of Aitolokarnania ‘ODYSSEUS’

 

EL

Prevention goes to school’

(1) Secondary school students of 12–20 years of age

(2) Parents

Secondary school teachers

30

2 (supervision meetings)

11 (supervision meetings)

Yes

Yes

1st, 2nd, 3rd districts of the borough of Thessaloniki

11

280

12

7

7

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

5) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Only Process

 

Information and Prevention Centre ‘SIRIOS’ (central unit - Thessaloniki)

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students of 12–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

26

29

563 (included supervision meetings)

No

No

The regions of Argostoli, Keramies, Pastra, Agia Thekli, Mesovournia in the island of Kefallonia and Ithaki

7

120

14

 

4

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre Afainst Substances of the Prefecture of Kefallonia and Ithaki ‘KEPRONAKI’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students of 13–17 years of age

Secondary school teachers

33

 

9

No

Yes

 

8

145

13

 

7

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only Process

 

Information - Prevention and Sensitisation Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Messinia ‘KEPEPSO’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme against substance use: ‘Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students

Secondary school teachers

20

2

10

Yes

Yes

The boroughs of Kerkira, Palaiokastritsa, Esperis

4

150

8

 

5

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

 

Municipal Drug and AIDS Prevention Unit of the Prefecture of Corfu ‘NIKOS MOROS’

Yes

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students of 13–18 years of age

Secondary school teachers

25

2

9

No

Yes

The Prefecture of Rethimno

4

80

5

 

6

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

5) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre Against Drugs of the Prefecture of Rethimno

Yes

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students of 14–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

30

1 (supervision meeting)

9

No

Yes

The Prefecture of Rodopi

1

90

1

 

9

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of participants’ satisfaction by the programme

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Rodopi ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students of 14–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

30

2 (supervision meetings)

6 (supervision meetings)

No

Yes

The borough of Komotini

1

100

1

 

3

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of participants’ satisfaction by the programme, (2) the teachers’ estimations about the students’ improvement in their course, (3) the number of requests for the programme’s expansion

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Rodopi ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students

Secondary school teachers

30

5

15

Yes

Yes

Larissa, Platikampos, Nikaia, Zappio, Pirgetos, Elassona, Agia

9

132

14

28

5

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

5) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Only Process

(1) the number of trained teachers who were involved in the implementation of the programme, (2) the number of teachers who asked for support/supervision by the agents of the Prevention Centre, (3) the number of teachers who expressed their willingness to continue the programme’s implementation next year

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Rodopi ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students

Secondary school teachers

30

2

10

No

Yes

Mitilini, Agras, Kalloni, Filia, Pamfilon

8

160

12

 

9

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

 

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Lesvos ‘PNOI’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme against substance use: ‘Skills for primary school students’

Primary school students of 11–12 years of age

Primary school teachers

57

 

5

Yes

Yes

The boroughs of Kerkira, Achillion, Parelion

15

335

21

20

15

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

 

Municipal Drug and AIDS Prevention Unit of the Prefecture of Corfu ‘NIKOS MOROS’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme against substance use: ‘Children’s games’

Primary school students of 8–10 years of age

Primary school teachers

34

4

31

Yes

Yes

Larissa, Damasi, Giannouli, Farsala, Nikia, Chalki

16

300

15

18

6

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

(1) the number of teachers who implement the programme, (2) the number of teachers who expressed their willingness to continue the programme’s implementation next year, (3) the number of teachers who asked for support/supervision provided by the agents of the Prevention Centre,(4) the degree of students’ participation, 5) participants’ expressed interest about the programme, 6) the degree of teachers’ involvement in the programme, 7) the degree that participants express their feelings, 8) the degree of improvement in management of conflicts

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Larissa ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme in primary education

Final target group: primary school students of 11–12 years of age;

Strategic target groups: secondary school teachers and parents

(1) primary school teachers,

(2) Professionals,

(3) volunteers

35

 

7

Yes

Yes

The boroughs of Patra, Paralia, Kalavrita, Messatida, Akrata, Dimis, Rio

26

469

25

65

36

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

5) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Ποιοτική και Ποσοτική αξιολόγηση της διαδικασίας και του αποτελέσματος

( for the teachers) (1) indicators for process evaluation (the number of participants, the degree of teachers’ expressed interest and satisfaction by the programme, (2) indicators for the outcome evaluation (the level of gained knowledge by the programme, the level of thinking about prevention matters, the development of personal skills), (for parents) (1) indicators for process evaluation (the degree of participation, the degree of participants’ expressed interest and satisfaction, the completion of the programme), (2) indicators for the outcome evaluation (the level of gained knowledge, the development of personal skills, the degree of feelings of trust among the members of the group, expressed interest for training and participating in planning and implementing preventive activities)

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Achaia and ‘PROTASI’ Movement for Another Lifestyle (volunteer organisation)

 

EL

Let’s play’: Skills for Primary School Students (games based on drama methods)

Primary students of 5–12 years of age

Primary school teachers

 

 

 

Yes

Yes

The boroughs of Kalamaria, Thermaiko, Michniona, Trilofo, Plagiarii, N.Epivaton, and Agia Paraskevi

 

200

11

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Outcome without control

(1) the number of teachers who indicated positive changes in the students’ behaviour in relation with their self-image, (2) the number of teachers who indicated positive changes in the students’ decision-making matters, (3) the number of teachers who indicated positive changes in the students’ behaviour in relation with their decisiveness

Prevention Centre for Combating Substances ‘ELPIDA’

 

EL

Skills for Primary School Students’ - Using a new tool in the school community

Primary students of 6–11 years of age

Primary school teachers

 

 

 

Yes

No

 

 

 

22

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of participation in the programme, (2) the participants’ satisfaction by the programme, (3) the degree of collaboration among the members of the group, (4) the promotion of interpersonal relations in the class, 5) the development of new relationships among the members of the group, 6) the changes in students’ attitude towards their teachers and their family, 7) the enhancement of self-esteem, 8) the development of the skill of decision-making, 9) the degree of expressing worries and fears, 9) setting future goals, 10) the degree of knowledge about matters of making responsible decisions and health promotion, 1(1) the development of new ways of feelings’ expression and communication between teachers and students, 1(2) dealing with difficult situations in the classroom

Information and Prevention Centre Against Drugs of the Prefecture of Evros ‘ELPIDA’

 

EL

Information and educational programme addressed to teachers

Primary students of 5–12 years of age

Primary school teachers

 

 

 

Yes

No

 

 

90

6

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

 

Outcome without control

(1) the degree of students’ willingness to participate in group games, as well as to act as a group during classes, (2) the degree of students’ willingness for the implementation of preventive activities, (3) the degree of students’ acceptance that other people differ from them

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Chalkidiki ‘PNOI’

 

EL

Skills for Primary School Students’

Primary students of 10-12 years of age

Primary school teachers

 

 

 

No

No

 

 

22

2

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

 

Only Process

(1) the level of understanding new ways of communication in the group, the classroom and the family, (2) the level of recognising, understanding and expressing positive and negative feelings

Drug Prevention Centre of the Prefecture of Magnissia ‘PROTASI ZOIS’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students

Secondary school teachers

30

37

18

Yes

No

 

11

300

18

12

5

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

 

(1) the degree of participation in the group (the number of participants, participants’ regular attendance), (2) the level of knowledge that is offered about matters of adolescence, the development of personal and social development, substance use, (3) the level and the kind of communication between teachers and students apart from the group’s meetings, (4) the level of sharing personal experiences during the group meetings, as well as during the supervision meetings of teachers and the agents of the Prevention Centre

Information and Prevention Centre Against Drugs of the Prefecture of Kastoria ‘DIEXODOS’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students of 12–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

30

2

25

Yes

Yes

Regions of central Euvoia, near the city of Chalkida

13

362

35

4

18

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

 

Drug Prevention Centre of the Prefecture of Euvoia

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students of 13–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

30

5

15

Yes

Yes

Larissa, Tirnavos, Armenio, Ampelonas

8

154

12

43

12

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

5) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Outcome with any kind of control

(1) the number of students who indicated that, though the programme, they learned to listen to other students’ opinion, (2) the number of students who indicated that, though the programme, they learned not to interrupt when other students talk, (3) the number of students who indicated that, though the programme, they learned to resist to peer pressure, (4) the number of students who indicated that, though the programme, they learned to support their opinion in front of others, 5) the number of students who indicated that, though the programme, they learned to talk about their feelings (positive and negative), (4) the number of students who indicated that, though the programme, they learned to express their opinion more freely than before the programme’s implementation

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Larissa ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students

Secondary school teachers

300

1

150

No

No

The borough of Argiroupoli

5

80

10

 

36

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

(1) the degree of teachers’ improvement in setting bounds in matters related to their role as teachers, (2) the degree of the teachers’ awareness about the processes in a group, (3) improvement in managing conflicts

Prevention Centre of the Municipality of Argiroupoli, Social Intervention Centre - Joint Municipal Enterprise of Alimos, Argiroupoli, Elliniko and Glyfada

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students of 12–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

30

36

279 (supervision meetings)

No

No

The boroughs of Kozani, Prolemaida, Neapolis, Askio

9

220

12

 

27

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only Process

(1) the frequency of meetings, (2) the degree of participation, (3) the completion of the programme

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Kozani ‘ORIZONTES’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school students

Secondary school teachers

26

4

40

No

Yes

The Prefecture of Chania

9

80

10

 

32

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Other: Psychodynamic approach

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Chania

 

EL

Sensitisation seminar addressed to secondary school students. Training secondary school teachers on the principles of prevention and health promotion. Health promotion programme: ‘Prevention of addictive substances, promotion of interpersonal relations a

Final target group: Secondary school students of 12–18 years of age,

Strategic target groups: secondary school teachers, parents

(1) Secondary school teachers,

(2) Professionals

(3) volunteers

125

 

25

Yes

Yes

The Prefecture of Achaia

40

500

30

20

36

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

5) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Outcome without control

(1) the degree of improvement in the level of collaboration among teachers, students and parents, (2) the degree of development of personal and social skills, (3) the degree of raised awareness of the school community

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Achaia and ‘PROTASI’ Movement for Another Lifestyle (volunteer organisation)

Yes

EL

Sensitisation programme addressed to secondary school teachers

Secondary students of 13–18 years of age

Secondary school teachers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

 

Outcome without control

 

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Ilia ‘INTERVENTIONS’

 

EL

Training secondary school teachers

Secondary students of 13–18 years of age

Secondary school teachers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

 

Outcome without control

 

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Ilia ‘INTERVENTIONS’

Yes

EL

Training secondary school teachers in the health promotion educational package ‘Standing on my own feet’

Secondary students of 13–18 years of age

Secondary school teachers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

 

Outcome without control

 

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Ilia ‘INTERVENTIONS’

Yes

EL

School: A different perspective’ – Second Phase

Secondary students of 13–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

 

 

 

Yes

Yes

Regions of the Prefecture of Thessaloniki: Pereas, Thermi, Trilofo, Panorama, Kalamaria, Epanomi

7

160

8

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Outcome without control

(1) the number of teachers who indicated positive changes in the students’ self-image, (2) the number of teachers who indicated that the programme supported students, (3) the degree of participation, (4) the number of teachers who were involved in the implementation of the programme

Prevention Centre for Combating Substances ‘ELPIDA’

 

EL

Training and supervising secondary school teachers on the implementation of the programme ‘Standing on my own feet’

Secondary students of 12–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

 

 

 

No

Yes

 

 

170

14

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of understanding ways of expressing positive and negative feelings, (2) the level of ways of communicating in the group, (3) the level of understanding ways in order to resist to peer pressure

Drug Prevention Centre of the Prefecture of Magnissia ‘PROTASI ZOIS’

 

EL

Health promotion programme ‘Standing on my own feet’

Secondary students of 13–16 years of age

Secondary school teachers

 

 

 

Yes

Yes

 

8

100

8

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

 

Only Process

(1) the number of students’ absences in the meetings, (2) the level of knowledge about adolescence’s matters, (3) the degree of participating in the classes, (4) the level of communicating the principles of prevention with other students, 5) the degree of the students’ involvement in preventive activities and events

Prevention Centre Against Drugs of the Prefecture of Florina

 

EL

Health promotion programme ‘Standing on my own feet’

Secondary students of 12–15 years of age

Secondary school teachers

 

 

 

No

Yes

 

6

200

14

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive),

 

Only Process

(1) the number of participants, (2) the degree of understanding active learning methods, (3) the level of participants’ satisfaction (students, teachers) by the programme, (4) the degree of improvement of relationships and communication among the members of the school community, 5) the level of participants’ involvement in related to the programme preventive activities

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Rodopi ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Teacher training

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EL

Children’s games’

Primary school teachers

Professionals

24

8

8

No

No

The Prefecture of Pieria

10

300

12

 

2

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Others: Cognitive approach, developmental approach

 

Outcome with any kind of control

Teachers’ answers about their level of knowledge in the following subjects: (1) students’ abilities of perception and learning, (2) students’ psychoemotional development, (3) students’ social development, (4) conflicts, 5) a) active learning, b) recognising, expressing and managing emotions, 6) the causes of substance use, as well as risk factors involved in substance use. Students’ answers about: (1) the improvement of their ability to better communicate with other people, (2) the degree of improvement of expressing thoughts and feelings, (3) the degree of improvement of better resolving possible conflicts with other students, (4) their improvement in their school courses

Communication and Prevention Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Pieria ‘ KEP PIERIA’

 

EL

Primary school teachers’ training (based on experiential methods)

Primary school teachers

Professionals

17

4

8

No

No

The borough of Glyfada

9

 

20

 

2

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of recognising their feelings, (2) the degree of better solving conflicts, (3) the degree of acceptance that others differ, (4) the level of knowledge of issues about developmental psychology, 5) regular attendance, 6) the number of the participants

Prevention Centre of the Municipality of Glyfada, Social Intervention Centre - Joint Municipal Enterprise of Alimos, Argiroupoli, Elliniko and Glyfada

 

EL

Sensitising teachers in the health promotion programme ‘Children’s games’

Primary school teachers

Professionals

70

2

35

No

No

The borough of Argiroupoli

5

 

 

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

(1) the degree of the teachers’ improvement to set bounds in relation with their role, (2) the degree of the teachers’ familiarity with the principles and the processes in a group, (3) the degree of improvement of managing difficulties and conflicts

Prevention Centre of the Municipality of Argiroupoli, Social Intervention Centre - Joint Municipal Enterprise of Alimos, Argiroupoli, Elliniko and Glyfada

 

EL

Health promotion in Primary Education – ‘Life skills’

Primary school teachers

Professionals

14

2

3

Yes

Yes

Schools from the borough of Keratsini, the Prefecture of Rethimno and the Prefecture of Grevena

24

 

60

75

2

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome without control

 

Therapy Centre for Dependent Individuals (KETHEA) - Department of Primary Prevention - Primary Prevention in Primary Education Section

 

EL

Children’s games’ and ‘Skills for Primary School Children’

Primary school teachers

Professionals

163

2

72

Yes

No

Chios, Nenita, Pirgi, Kardamila, Vrondada, Lagada, Tholopotami, Agios Georgios, Kataraktis

4

127

16

 

7

Life skill Model (Botvin)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

Quantitative indicators: (1) the degree of teachers’ participation, (2) the number of drop-outs from the programme, (3) the degree of teachers’ participation in the training. Qualitative indicators (1) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction, (2) the degree of expressed interest for the programme, (3) the degree of the participants’ feelings about the usefulness of the programme, (4) the degree of active participation, 5) expressed interest for further collaboration

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Chios

 

EL

Teachers’ training programme ‘The skills which a human needs in 2000’

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

20

2

 

No

No

The city of Rhodes

9

 

24

 

7

Other: Systemic approach

 

No evaluation foreseen or ongoing

 

Centre for the Prevention of Substance Use and for Health Promotion of the Prefecture of Dodekanese ‘DIMIOURGIA’

 

EL

Secondary teachers’ group ‘Through teachers’ eyes’

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

 

 

 

No

No

Schools from the borough of Chania

8

 

10

 

6

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

(1) Only Process

 

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Chania

 

EL

Primary prevention Intervention in secondary education (schools of Employment Organisation of Labour Force)

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

38

 

6

No

No

Argolida, Oraiokastro, Serres, Lakkia

1

 

54

 

12

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive), 5) Other: Systemic approach

 

Outcome without control

1(1) the degree of knowledge and understanding the subjects that were covered during the meetings, (2) the degree of participation, (3) teachers’ motivation to apply the prevention’s principles in the school

Therapy Centre for Dependent Individuals (KETHEA) - Department of Primary Prevention - Primary Prevention in Secondary Education Section

 

EL

Teachers training in the educational package ‘Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

36

12

14

No

No

The Prefecture of Pieria

7

40

11

 

3

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Others: Cognitive approach, developmental approach

 

Outcome with any kind of control

Teachers’ answers about their level of understanding of the following subjects: (1) adolescents’ emotional development, (2) active learning, (3) recognising, expressing and managing of feelings, 4a) emotional difficulties during adolescence, 4b) the level of their ability to detect students’ emotional difficulties in their behaviour. Students’ answers about the level of understanding of the following subjects: (1) recognising, express and managing of feelings, (2) active learning, (3) the reasons of adopting certain patterns of behaviour, (2) the reasons of applying active learning methods

Communication and Prevention Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Pieria ‘ KEP PIERIA’

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

30

 

6

Yes

Yes

Schools from the Prefecture of Voiotia

5

90

 

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

Indicators for the process evaluation (for teachers) (1) the planned number of schools in which prevention programmes were going to be implemented, (2) the number of schools in which prevention programmes were implemented, (3) the programme’s duration, (4) the number of teachers who started the implementation of the programme, 5) the number of teachers who completed the programme. Indicators for the outcome evaluation (for teachers) (1) the degree of improvement of communication with students, (2) the degree of experiential methods’ implementation. Indicators for the process evaluation (for students) (1) the number of students who participated at the start of the implementation of the programme, (2) the number of students who completed the programme. Indicators for the outcome evaluation (for students) (1) the degree of familiarity and acceptance of their feelings during adolescence (their behaviour in the class etc)

Protasi Zois - Drug Use Prevention’ Prevention Centre of the Prefecture of Voiotia

 

EL

Primary prevention Intervention in the school community

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

 

 

 

Yes

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

(1) the level of understanding the issues that were covered during the meetings, (2) the degree of the teachers’ participation and practice of the experiential methods, during their training, as well as in the implementation of the prevention programme, (3) the teachers’ satisfaction by the elaboration of their requests with the agents of the Prevention Centre

Drug Prevention and Health Promotion Centre of the Prefecture of Samos ‘‘FAROS’

 

EL

Educational programme for health promotion ‘Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

 

 

 

No

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

(1) the frequency that teachers use the experiential methods, (2) students’ views, attitudes and behaviour in relation to substance use, (3) the level of the collaboration among the members of the group, as well as the level of acceptance of the group’s co-ordinator by the members of the group, (4) the degree and the frequency of acceptance and involvement in exercises based on experiential methods, 5) the level and the frequency of discussions about dealing with adolescents’ difficulties needs

Prevention Centre for Combating Drugs of the Prefecture of Kavala

 

EL

Standing on my own feet’

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

370

2

170

Yes

No

Chios, Kampos, Kallimasia, Kalamoti, Brontada, Kardamila, Volissos, Inouses

10

206

 

 

6

Life skill model (Botvin)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

Quantitative indicators: (1) the degree of teachers’ participation, (2) the number of drop-outs from the programme, (3) the degree of teachers’ participation in the training processes. Qualitative indicators (1) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction, (2) the degree of expressed interest about the programme, (3) the degree of the participants’ feelings about the usefulness of the programme, (4) the degree of active participation, 5) expressed interest for further collaboration

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Chios

 

EL

Primary prevention programme Against Substance Use in Primary Education

Primary school teachers

Professionals

30

4

15

No

No

The Prefecture of Kavala

14

 

20

 

2.5

(1) Life skill model (Botvin),

(2) Social development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only process

 

Prevention Centre for Combating Drugs of the Prefecture of Kavala

 

EL

Seminar addressed to teachers: ‘Teacher’s role in primary prevention’

Primary school teachers

Professionals

18

4

9

Yes

No

The borough of Kastoria

5

 

6

 

3

Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

(1) The degree of participation (number of participants, regular attendance), (2) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction by the programme, (3) the level of knowledge that is offered (e.g.. about children’s development, the development of personal and social skills), (4) sharing of personal experiences with the other members of the group during the meetings, 5) accomplishing each activity’s goal, 6) meeting the basic objectives of the programme’s plan, 7) eliminating factors which impede the programme’s completion, 8) estimating the teachers’ difficulties in implementing a prevention programme

Information and Prevention Centre Against Drugs of the Prefecture of Kastoria ‘DIEXODOS’

 

EL

Seminar addressed to teachers (based on experiential methods)

Primary school teachers

Professionals

20

5

5

No

No

The Prefecture of Arta

10

 

12

 

1

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins)

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre of the Prefecture of Arta ‘KPN Arta’

 

EL

Primary prevention programme in Primary Education

Primary school teachers

Professionals

18

 

5

No

No

 

10

 

30

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

(1) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction, (2) expressed interest by the teachers for further collaboration and the number of requests for implementing prevention programmes

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Rodopi ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Teachers’ group (based on experential methods)

Primary school teachers

Professionals

13.5

4

9

No

No

Kalamata - Aris, Kremidia

3

 

15

 

2

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only Process

(1) teachers’ active participation in the programme, (2) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction, (3) the level of development of personal and social skills, (4) expressed interest and number of requests for further collaboration

Information - Prevention and Sensitisation Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Messinia ‘KEPEPSO’

 

EL

Talking with teachers’

Primary school teachers

Professionals

15

 

3

No

No

Schools from the borough of Chania, and from the regions of Agia, Chorakakia, Alikianou, Kolomvriou

10

 

18

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

 

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Chania

 

EL

Communication and feelings’ expression’

Primary school teachers

Professionals

 

 

 

No

No

The borough of Preveza

 

 

10

 

2

(1) Life skill model (Botvin)

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre Against Drugs and Other Substances of the Prefecture of Preveza ‘KE.PRO.NA.P.’

 

EL

An introduction to the world of fairy-stories’

Primary school teachers

Professionals

 

 

 

No

No

The Prefecture of Pieria

 

 

12

 

3

 

 

Only process

 

Communication and Prevention Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Pieria ‘ KEP PIERIA’

 

EL

Sensitisation programme addressed to primary school teachers

Primary school teachers

Professionals

 

 

 

No

No

 

 

 

40

 

 

(1) Life skill model (Botvin)

 

Only process

(1) Degree of the teachers’ participation in the meetings, (2) degree of covering the programme’s planned subjects, which both teachers and prevention professionals had included in the programme, (3) degree of the teachers’ satisfaction by the experiential methods, (4) the number of requests for training in the material ‘Skills for primary school students’

Information and Prevention Centre Against Drugs of the Prefecture of Xanthi

 

EL

Primary prevention intervention in Secondary Education (addressed to teachers and parents)

(1) Secondary school teachers

(2) Parents whose children attending secondary education

Professionals

13

3

6

Yes

No

The Prefecture of Lefkada

3

 

10

17

2

(1) Life skill model (Botvin)

(2) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

 

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Lefkada

 

EL

Sensitisation seminar in order to provide information about primary prevention against substance use addressed to secondary school teachers

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

10

 

5

No

No

The Prefecture of Kavala

5

 

19

 

 

(1) Life skill model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only process

 

Prevention Centre for Combating Drugs of the Prefecture of Kavala

 

EL

Seminars addressed to teachers

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

60

3

13

No

No

The borough of Arta

9

 

31

 

4

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre of the Prefecture of Arta ‘KPN Arta’

 

EL

Primary prevention interventions addressed to secondary school teachers

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

26

2

12

No

No

The borough of Elliniko

3

 

73

 

6

(1) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive), (2) Other: Sensitisation in drug dependence patterns

 

Only Process

Degree of participation

Prevention Centre of the Municipality of Elliniko, Social Intervention Centre - Joint Municipal Enterprise of Alimos, Argiroupoli, Elliniko and Glyfada

 

EL

Secondary school teachers’ group (based on experiential methods)

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

9

3

6

 

 

Kalamata- Petalidi

4

 

15

 

2

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO),

(3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Only Process

(1) Degree of the teachers’ active participation, (2) degree of teachers’ satisfaction by the programme, (3) teachers’ improvement in their stress management in the working environment, (4) expressed interest and requests for further collaboration

Information - Prevention and Sensitisation Centre Against Psychoactive Substances of the Prefecture of Messinia ‘KEPEPSO’

 

EL

Primary prevention and health promotion programme in the school community

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

60

16

60

Yes

No

The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th districts of the borough of Attica

12

2400

120

200

8

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

The degree of the programme’s acceptance. One way to measure this is by the increased number of requests by the following groups of people: (1) parents, and especially mothers, for participating in parents’ groups, (2) headteachers, as well as parents, for implementing Health Promotion programmes at schools, (3) drug users or other people with various psychosocial problems for counselling

Drug Prevention and Health Promotion Centre ‘Athena Health’

 

EL

Communication and Active Learning’

Secondary school teachers

Professionals

 

 

 

No

No

The borough of Preveza

 

 

20

 

2

 

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre Against Drugs and Other Substances of the Prefecture of Preveza ‘KE.PRO.NA.P.’

 

EL

Communication

Primary and secondary teachers

Professionals

45

 

15

No

No

Chios

48

 

58

 

1.5

 

 

Outcome without control

Quantitative indicators: (1) the degree of participation, (2) the number of drop-outs Qualitative indicators: (1) the degree of participation, (2) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction, (3) expressed interest for further collaboration

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Chios

 

EL

Sensitisation seminars addressed to teachers

Primary and secondary teachers

Professionals

60

 

8

Yes

Yes

The boroughs of Kallithea, Tauros and Moschato

12

1000

33

13

3

(1) Life skill model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano- Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

 

Prevention Centre Against Dependence of the boroughs of Kallithea, Tauros and Moschato ‘STATHMOS’

 

EL

Sensitisation programme addressed to teachers

Primary and secondary teachers

Professionals

66

4

33

No

Yes

Alimos

8

 

30

 

16

Psychoanalytic approach

 

 

 

Prevention Centre of the Municipality of Alimos, Social Intervention Centre - Joint Municipal Enterprise of Alimos, Argiroupoli, Elliniko and Glyfada

 

EL

Sensitisation programme addressed to teachers

Primary and secondary teachers

Professionals

66

4

33

No

Yes

Alimos

8

 

30

 

16

Psychoanalytic approach

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre of the Municipality of Alimos, Social Intervention Centre - Joint Municipal Enterprise of Alimos, Argiroupoli, Elliniko and Glyfada

 

EL

Primary prevention and health promotion programme in the School Community

(1) Primary and secondary teachers

(2) Parents

Professionals

114

6

59

No

No

The boroughs of Zografou and Ilissia

13

1263

70

 

 

(1) Social Development (Catalano- Hawkins),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only process

(1) the number of seminar meetings, (2) the number of participants, the degree of the participants’ satisfaction, (4) the degree of participants’ gained experience, 5) the degree of the gained experience by all the members of the school community, 6) the number of requests by the schools of the borough for collaboration, 7) the number of schools in which Health Promotion Programmes were implemented, the number of volunteers in the school community actively involved in prevention activities, 8) the level of collaboration among headteachers, teachers, parents and students, 9) the number of requests by the above groups for training in prevention matters, 10) the continuation of preventive programmes’ implementation in the school setting

Centre for the Prevention of Substance Use and the Promotion of Health of the borough of Zografou

Yes

EL

School community

(1) Primary and secondary teachers

(2) Headteachers

Professionals

15

2

65

No

No

The boroughs of Ampelokipoi, Evosmos, Echedorou, Koufalion, Stauroupoli, Oraiokastro, Kordelio, Menemeni

80

380

435

 

12

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins)

 

Only Process

 

Information and Prevention Centre of the Western Sector of Thessaloniki ‘DIKTIO ALPHA’

 

EL

Sensitisation seminars

Primary and secondary teachers

Professionals

 

 

62

No

Yes

The borough of Chania

13

1550

 

 

6

 

 

Only Process

 

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Chania

 

EL

Sensitisation seminars

(1) Primary and secondary teachers

(2) students

Professionals

 

4

13

No

No

The borough of Chania

2

32

 

 

3

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin), (2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins), (3) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

(1) Only Process

 

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Chania

 

EL

SENSITISATION INTERVENTIONS ADDRESSED TO STUDENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EL

Short-term primary prevention interventions in the school community

Secondary school students of 13–18 years of age

Professionals

 

 

 

No

Yes

Schools from the region of Vrondada

1

75

 

 

 

Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

No evaluation foreseen or ongoing

(1) the degree of participation, (2) the frequency of the participants’ attendance in the meetings, (3) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction by the seminar, which was based on experiential methods, (4) the degree of interest for the meetings, 5) number of drop-outs from the seminar, 6) the level of the participants’ appreciation by their cooperation with the Prevention Centre, 7) the degree of active participation in the meetings, 8) expressed interest for further collaboration

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Chios

 

EL

Primary prevention programme

Secondary school students of 14–15 years of age

Professionals

52

2

12

No

Yes

Schools of the Prefecture of Evros

10

800

 

 

7

(1) Health Promotion (WHO),

(2) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

No evaluation foreseen or ongoing

 

Information and Prevention Centre Against Drugs of the Prefecture of Evros ‘ELPIDA’

 

EL

Sensitisation intervention addressed to minority secondary school children about prevention against substance use

Secondary school students of 14–15 years of age

Professionals

 

 

 

No

Yes

Schools of the Prefecture of Rodopi

1

60

 

 

1

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

(1) The degree of the participants’ satisfaction by the programme; (2) the degree of active participation; (3) expressed interest in the continuation of the programme

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Rodopi ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Information–sensitisation intervention addressed to students and teachers of the Centre of Technological Training (KETEK), as well as students and teachers from schools of Employment Organisation of Labour Force (OAED)

Students of the Centre of Technological Training (KETEK), as well as students from schools of Employment Organisation of Labour Force (OAED)

Professionals

 

 

 

No

Yes

The Prefecture of Rodopi

1

30

15

 

3

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Only Process

(1) The planned number of schools in which the prevention programme was going to be implemented and the number of schools in which the prevention programme was implemented; (2) the number of students who participated in the prevention programme and the number of students who completed them; (3) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction; (4) teachers’ estimations about the programme’s implementation and its effect on students who participated; (5) the degree of students’ active participation during the meetings

Prevention Centre Against Substance Use of the Prefecture of Rodopi ‘ORPHEUS’

 

EL

Let’s talk’

Secondary school students of 15 years of age

Professionals

 

 

7

No

No

Thermi (a region of the city of Thessaloniki)

1

75

15

 

1

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only Process

(1) The level of the students’ participation in the meetings; (2) the degree of the students’ active participation in the group

Prevention Centre for Combating Substances ‘ELPIDA’

 

EL

Primary prevention intervention in secondary education

(1) Secondary school students of 13v19 years of age,

(2) Parents

Professionals

28

4

8

Yes

No

The Prefecture of Grevena (the boroughs of Deskati, Karpero, Grevena, Palaiochori, Kivotos)

7

145

7

30

9

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins),

(3) Health Promotion (WHO),

(4) Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

 

(1) Participants’ regular attendance; (2) teachers’ involvement in the implementation of prevention programmes; (3) the degree of development of social skills

Prevention Centre Against Substances of the Prefecture of Grevena ‘ORIZONTES’

 

EL

School and Prevention’

Secondary school students of 13–14 years of age

Professionals

 

 

 

Yes

No

The boroughs of Kiriakiou, Thiva, Schimatari

3

80

 

 

 

(1) Life Skill Model (Botvin),

(2) Health Promotion (WHO)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

(1) The planned number of schools in which the prevention programme was going to be implemented and the number of schools in which the prevention programme was implemented; (2) the number of students who completed them; (3) the degree of the participants’ satisfaction; (4) teachers’ estimations about the programme’s implementation and its effect on students who participated; (5) the degree of students’ active participation during the meetings

Protasi Zois – Drug Use Prevention’ Prevention Centre of the Prefecture of Voiotia

 

ES

Entre todos

12, 13, 14 , 15

Si

28

n.a.

21

Yes

n.a.

Baleares, Asturias, Castilla La Mancha

40

3259

65

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Problem/Risk behaviour (Jessor)

Outcome with any kind of control

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

Yes

ES

Construyendo salud

12, 13, 14 , 15

Si

21

n.a.

17

Yes

n.a.

Baleares, C. Y León, Ceuta, Melilla , La Rioja

45

3836

111

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Problem/Risk behaviour (Jessor)

Outcome with any kind of control

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

Yes

ES

En la huerta con mis amigos

3–5, 6–7, 8–9, 10–11

Yes

29

n.a.

(variable, entre 5 y 15)

Yes

n.a.

Cataluña, Cantabria, Asturias, Murcia

722

450

18

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Social Influence (Bandura)

Outcome with any kind of control

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

Yes

ES

Y tú ¿qué piensas?

16–18

Yes

5

n.a.

 

No

n.a.

Andalucía, Cantabria, Cataluña, Castilla La Mancha, Extremadura

498

24883

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Social Influence (Bandura)

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

La aventura de la vida

6–7, 8–9, 10–11

Yes

5

n.a.

10

Yes

n.a.

Castilla León, Asturias, Cataluña

314

21000

1002

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Outcome without control

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Órdago

12–13, 14–15

Yes

5

n.a.

10

Yes

n.a.

Andalucía, Asturias, Cantabria, Valencia

1734

216190

804

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Outcome without control

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Discover

3–5, 6–7, 8–9, 10–11, 12–13

Yes

25

n.a.

15

Yes

n.a.

Ceuta, Castilla Y León

97

16960

398

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Cine y educación en valores

14–15

No

(ENTRE 0 Y 5)

n.a.

12

No

n.a.

La Rioja y Madrid

167

13925

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Reasoned action-attitude (Fishbein-Aijzen)

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

El cine en la enseñanza

14–15, 16–18

No

(ENTRE 0 Y 5)

n.a.

12

Yes

n.a.

Asturias, Cantabria

114

8321

128

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Reasoned action-attitude (Fishbein-Aijzen)

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Aire fresco en los centros escolares

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

n.a.

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

n.a.

Asturias

14

4000

200

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Apertura de entros a la comunidad

SINDATOS

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

n.a.

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

n.a.

Asturias

120

30000

240

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Atilano, gusano sano

8–9, 10,11

Yes

 

n.a.

SIN DATOS

No

n.a.

Castilla León

24

1655

64

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Cinesino

3–5, 6–7, 8–9, 10–11

Yes

30

n.a.

10

No

n.a.

Galicia

150

23965

597

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

De marcha

16–18

No

SIN DATOS

n.a.

SIN DATOS

No

n.a.

Cantabria

30

600

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Dino

8–9, 10–11, 12–13

Yes

SIN DATOS

n.a.

SIN DATOS

Yes

n.a.

Andalucía

191

9550

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Educación para la salud

16–18

No

SIN DATOS

n.a.

8

No

n.a.

Baleares

18

1685

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

El valor de un cuento

6–7, 8–9, 10–11, 12–13

Yes

2

n.a.

SIN DATOS

No

n.a.

Extremadura

104

5500

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Jóvenes, Ocio y Salud

12–13, 14–15, 16–18

Yes

4

n.a.

4

Yes

n.a.

Baleares

4

600

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Prevención consumo de drogas de síntesis

14–15

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

n.a.

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

n.a.

La Rioja

 

2820

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Prevención de drogodependencias en al ámbito familiar

12–13, 14–15, 16–18

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

n.a.

SIN DATOS

Yes

n.a.

Baleares

2

276

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Prevención de las drogodependencias dirigidas a jóvenes en situaciones de riesgo

12–13, 14–15, 16–18

Yes

6

n.a.

 

Yes

n.a.

Madrid

59

3771

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Prevención del consumo de tabaco y alcohol

12–13,

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

n.a.

SIN DATOS

SIN DATOS

n.a.

La Rioja

50

5126

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Prevenir en colección

6–7, 8–9, 10–11

Yes

4

n.a.

10

Yes

n.a.

Madrid

145

7543

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Outcome without control

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Prevenir para vivir

6–7, 8–9, 10–11, 12–13, 14,15

Yes

(ENTRE 20 Y 40)

n.a.

VARIABLE

Yes

n.a.

Castilla La Mancha

24

 

46

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Outcome without control

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Programa de prevención de las drogodependencias en centros educativos

3–5, 6–7, 8–9, 10–11, 16–18

Yes

40

n.a.

VARIABLE, TRANSVERSAL

Yes

n.a.

Madrid

152

47855

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Outcome without control

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Programa de prevención del consumo de drogas en la escuela (PPCDE)

3–5, 6–7, 8–9, 10–11

Yes

25

n.a.

12

No

n.a.

Galicia

554

74499

4024

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Outcome with any kind of control

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Tú y la música

08-Dec

Yes

NO

n.a.

VARIABLE

Yes

n.a.

Madrid

31

684

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Talleres de prevención de drogodependencias

3–5, 6–7, 8–9, 10–11, 12–13, 14–15

 

 

n.a.

3

Yes

n.a.

Murcia

62

6500

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Educación en valores a través del cine

3–5, 6–7, 8–9, 10–11, 12–13, 14–15, 16–18

Yes

NO

n.a.

2

Yes

n.a.

Murcia

62

6500

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Exposiciones intinerantes

14–15, 16–18

 

NO

n.a.

4

No

n.a.

Murcia

12

1283

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Tutorias compartidas

12–13, 14–15

Yes

3

n.a.

2

No

n.a.

Murcia

8

682

 

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

ES

Prevención en drogodependencias en garantia social, escuelas talleres y casas de oficios

14–15, 16–18

Yes

20

n.a.

4

Yes

n.a.

Murcia

15

767

62

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Other

Only process

n.a.

Planes autonómicos

No

IE

Social, Personal, and Health Education (SPHE) (On My Own two Feet)

12–16 Secondary school students

Teachers

No pre-service training. In-service training accumulated over time.

One class period per week (or equivalent)

One class period per week (or equivalent)

No information on direct intervention (varying levels of family support indicated)

A school policy is currently in developmental stages

This is a National Programme

All post-primary schools are covered (750 schools)

All students at Junior Cycle level will be reached (when fully implemented)

The number of teachers involved varies from school to school

No information available

The programme is based on a three-year cycle

Life Skills, Social Development, Health Promotion

 

No evaluation foreseen or ongoing (yet)

Not applicable

SPHE co-ordinator

Yes (On my own two feet)

IE

The Awareness Finglas/Cabra FC Drugs Prevention Programme

Age 11–18

Specially trained tutors (experienced youth workers)

No teacher training, programme delivered by specially training tutors (no information available on No. of hours of tutor training)

The programme consists of one weekly session (1.5 hrs duration) for seven weeks

The programme when fully implemented will have completed seven sessions (per outing)

No information on direct intervention (varying levels of family support indicated)

No information available

The programme is primarily concentrated in the Finglas/Cabra areas of Dublin

From September 1998 to June 2000 the programme covered 18 schools

From September 1998 to June 2000 the programme reached 1 099 students/pupils. From September 2000 to June 2001 the programme reached 801 students/pupils.

The programme is delivered by specially trained tutors, with support from teachers

From September 1998 to June 2000 there were 49 parent meetings, four parent courses and 326 parents met during programme related activities

The programme has been running since early 1998 and is continuing

Knowledge on Drugs (cognitive)

 

Evaluation without control

(1) Participants information levels on drugs and related issues before and after participation in the programme. Teachers reports on their students awareness of drugs since participation in the programme (2) Responses from participants on what happens to

Project manager

Yes

IE

The Changeling Project

Age 11–15

Members of a theatre company are primarily responsible for a major part of the programme

No teacher training, programme delivered by Theatre Company (no information available on hours of training by company staff)

The programme plays to one class at a time in order to maximise its impact and to allow pupils/students optimal conditions for participation

The programme offered one performance per class, per school visited. In addition to the drama performance, pre- and post performance workshops and a teacher resource pack were delivered as part of the programme

No information on direct intervention (varying levels of family support indicated)

No information available

The programme was primarily delivered in the provincial areas of Munster and South Leinster

No information available

A report from the Graffiti Theatre Company in 2001 revealed that the programme had reached 2 850 students/pupils since beginning in 1998

The programme is delivered by the Graffiti Theatre Company (actors)

No evidence of family participation in the delivery of the programme

The programme has been made available to schools since 1998

Theatre in Education/learning through educational drama/Symbolic Interactionism

 

Process evaluation

Pre-play workshop: observation and students and teachers responses. Observation and student’s and teachers responses. Post-play workshop: Observation and students and teachers responses

Theatre Manager

Yes

IE

The Healthy Schools Project

Age 13–18

Teachers, in addition the programme draws on the services of expert speakers on specific issues such as substance misuse

Data forthcoming

Data forthcoming

Data forthcoming

No information on direct intervention (varying levels of family support indicated)

No specific information available

The programme is delivered in the North Eastern Health Region

Data forthcoming

In 1997 (evaluation) the schools operating the programme in that year served 16 500 pupils. The evaluation envisaged that when the programme was fully operational, the target group would be 30 500 pupils.

 

No information available

The programme has been running since 1994 and is continuing

Life skills, social development, health promotion and knowledge on drugs

 

Process evaluation and Outcome with any kind of control

The following indicators were developed to assess the impact of the programme on pupils/students only (these do not relate to other aspects of the evaluation i.e. process/implementation/ teacher’s perception of programme (1)Acceptance of responsibility amo

EDDRA database and update from Health Promotion Team of North Eastern Health Board

Yes

IE

Social, Personal and Health Education (Walk Tall Substance Misuse Prevention Programme)

Age 5–13

Teachers

Nine session courses are run for teachers interested in the Walk Tall Programme. Each lesson lasts for 3 hours with a tea/coffee break. There is no charge. The courses aim to introduce teachers to the active learning methods contained in the Walk Tall material

No information available

No information available

No information on direct intervention (varying levels of family support indicated)

School policy in developmental stages

This is a National Programme

From 1996 to 2000 the programme covered around 2,400 schools

No information available

The number of teachers involved varies from school to school

No information available

The programme has been running since 1996 and is continuing as part of the Social, Personal and Health Education programme for primary schools

Life Skills, Social Development, Health Promotion

 

Process evaluation

(1) Measurement of satisfaction with the in-service training and the training materials associated with the programme.

EDDRA database and documentary material relating to the SPHE programme in Primary Schools

Yes (Walk Tall)

LU

SOS (School’s search)

12 – 18

no

National coverage

0

+/– 1000

+/– 100

0

Information/Awareness

No evaluation foreseen or ongoing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LU

Leisungsentwecklung an der Schoul (Developing solutions at school

12 – 18

no

Centre

0

+/– 20

+/– 100

0

Alternatives to Drug Use

No evaluation foreseen or ongoing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NL

Healthy School and Drugs

11–18 years

teachers

22 (over 3 years)

8 (over 3 years)

8

No

School Health policy (not necessarily drug policy)

All (national)

6 500 (estimated)

1 862 mln. (estimated)

?

n.a.

?

Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

Knowledge, attitude, self-reported effect (behaviour)

Evaluation report and fact sheet

Yes

AT

Step by Step’ – crisis intervention

Pupils aged 13–21 years

Professionals

102

3

 

no

no

9 regions in Styria and the city of Graz

42

1 317

104

 

11

Other

Other

Outcome with any kind of control

 

 

No

AT

Step by Step’

teachers

Professionals

16

 

3

Yes

Yes

Lower Austria

90

 

150

 

 

Social Development (Catalano-Hawkins)

Other

Outcome with any kind of control

 

 

No

AT

Addiction prevention workshops in schools

Pupils aged 10–18 years, teachers, parents

Professionals

3

 

1

Yes

Yes

Lower Austria

18

1 250

53

360

 

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

Reasoned action-attitude (Fishbein-Aijzen)

Outcome without control

 

 

No

AT

Viktoria hat Geburtstag’

Pupils aged 6–10, teachers, parents

Professionals

3

 

2

Yes

no

Lower Austria

70

6 100

400

220

 

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

Reasoned action-attitude (Fishbein-Aijzen)

Implementation of an already evaluated programme

 

 

No

AT

St. Pöltner-Projekt’

Pupils aged 10–14, teachers, parents

Professionals

20

 

5

Yes

Yes

District of St. Pölten (Lower Austria)

15

600

40

200

 

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

Reasoned action-attitude (Fishbein-Aijzen)

Implementation of an already evaluated programme

 

 

No

AT

Stationenmodell’

Pupils aged 10–18, teachers, parents

Professionals

5

 

2

Yes

Yes

Lower Austria

70

1 750

70

800

 

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

Reasoned action-attitude (Fishbein-Aijzen)

Other

 

 

No

AT

Trainings of teachers in addiction prevention

Teachers

Professionals

30

 

2

no

Yes

Lower Austria

110

 

240

 

 

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

Reasoned action-attitude (Fishbein-Aijzen)

Other

 

 

No

AT

Eigenständig werden’

Pupils aged 6–10

Teachers/Educators

24

0.5

5–50

Yes

Yes

Vienna

23

700+

50

0

46

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

Other

Outcome without control

Changes in class climate, changes in behaviour, changes in the pupil–teacher relations, progress in problem-solving capacity

 

Yes

AT

Miteinander leben’

Pupils aged 10–19

Teachers/Educators, Professionals

40

Varies

Varies

Yes

Yes

Vienna

13

1 500

80

0

34

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

Other

Other

Changes in class climate, changes in behaviour, changes in the pupil–teacher–relations, progress in problem solving capacity, development of regional networks including school(s) and youth work

 

No

PT

HP/NNHPS (Promoção e Educação para a Saúde/Rede Nacional de Escolas Promotoras de Saúde)

6–16 years old

Teachers and other professionals, namely health professionals

220 training sessions for teachers and 85 training sessions for other school staff

Depends on each school project

Depends on each school project. In the school year 2000/01 there were 20 76 interventions in several schools

Depends on each school project. In 2001, 24 interventions in several schools were directed at families

Yes. Expressed in the national curricula, in the each school educational project and in its annual plans

National Coverage

1 957

338 108

33 842

n.a.

School Year

Health Promotion (WHO)

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

Implementation of an already evaluated programme

Concerning outcome: prevalence, perceptions and factors included in the national school survey (IPDT). Concerning process: number of planned/implemented activities; Target population final/strategic; Number/skills of implementing professionals; prevention

HPECC (Ministry of Education); NSC to the NNHPS ( (Ministry of Education/Ministry of Health partnership)

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Aveiro)

6–15 years old

Psychologists, teachers, sociologists, social workers and animators

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Yes

not available

Aveiro District

Not yet available

652

n.a.

7

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

Number of planned/implemented activities; Target population final/strategic; Number/skills of implementing professionals; prevention materials

Reports delivered by implementing agency/organisation to the IPDT

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Beja)

Yes

Beja District

662

n.a.

22

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Braga)

No

Braga District

40

n.a.

n.a.

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Bragança)

Yes

Bragança District

245

n.a.

63

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Castelo Branco)

No

Castelo Branco District

142

n.a.

n.a.

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Coimbra)

Yes

Coimbra District

543

n.a.

32

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Évora)

No

Évora District

562

n.a.

n.a.

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Faro)

No

Faro District

117

n.a.

n.a.

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Guarda)

Yes

Guarda District

1 670

n.a.

328

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Leiria)

No

Leiria District

274

n.a.

n.a.

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Lisboa)

Yes

Lisboa District

696

n.a.

40

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Porto)

Yes

Porto District

199

n.a.

121

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Santarém)

Yes

Santarém District

17

n.a.

66

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Setúbal)

No

Setúbal District

325

n.a.

n.a.

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Viana Castelo)

Yes

Viana de Castelo District

710

n.a.

32

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Vila Real)

No

Vila Real District

936

n.a.

n.a.

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

PT

Municipal Plan (Viseu)

No

Viseu District

407

not available

n.a.

12 months

Life Skill Model (Botvin)

 

Only process

No

UK

Haringey Drugs Education project

9- to 18-year-olds and parents

Teachers, educators and health professionals

 

 

 

Yes. Seminars targeted at parents and children

 

Haringey and Enfield in London

2, one primary and one secondary

276 students and 100 parents

 

 

6

Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Outcome without control

 

 

Yes

UK

Project Charlie

6–11

Teachers

 

 

 

No

 

London

3

500

2 to 5

 

 

Knowledge on drugs (cognitive)

 

Outcome with any kind of control

 

 

Yes

UK

NE Choices

13–14

Actors, peers, teachers and parents

 

Every day for a week

5

Parents workshops

 

Northumbria

26

5100

 

263 parental individuals

1

Peer approach: influence and imitation

Social Influence (Bandura)

Outcome without control

 

NE Choices; the development of a multi-component drug prevention programme for adolescents. DPAS paper 4

Yes

UK

INVOLVE

11–14 years

Peers and teachers

2-week residential course

 

 

No

 

Thames Valley

 

1900 pupils reached

252 peer tutors trained

 

1

Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Outcome without control

 

 

Yes

UK

Peer Education Initiative

11–18 years

Peers, health promotion officer, police officer

2-day residential course

 

 

No

 

South Powys, Wales

3

36 pupils were peer-trained

 

 

 

Peer approach: influence and imitation

Other

Outcome without control

 

 

Yes

UK

Young people as peer educators in drug misuse

13–18 years

Peers, teachers, probation staff and voluntary organisation staff

30 hours

Approximately 10 hours a month

 

No

 

Sale, Manchester

1

9 pupils peer trained

 

 

3

Peer approach: influence and imitation

 

Outcome without control

 

 

Yes