Click for Support News

11Jun 2018

Mind Your Trip launch 11 June 2018

As of Monday 11 June, the web-based intervention ‘Mind Your Trip’, developed in the frame of the ‘Click for Support - REALized’ project (co-funded by the European Union), is launched online and in Apple- and Android app stores.

26Mar 2018

Upcoming: 2nd project Workshop and Training

Since the first project Workshop in Riga in June 2017, all project partners have been working hard to develop the contents for their national websites, while Dutch IT company Wild Sea has been technically developing the website and application for mobile devices for the web-based intervention ‘Mi

16Oct 2017

Project Leaflet

As the Web Based Intervention of the project is designed and being created so are all the promotional materials for the project.

30Aug 2017

Results Good Practice Research

For the ‘Click for Support – REALized’ project, all 13 project partners have conducted online and offline national research for finding examples of good practices in the drug prevention field, focused or partially focused on NPS.

23Jun 2017

Results of the national Focus Groups

The last few months all project partners reached out to the target group of young NPS consumers. The purpose was to directly involve the target group and receive feedback from them for the development of a web-based intervention for New Psychoactive Substances (NPS).

06Jun 2017

Next stop: Riga

As the project progresses, some first deadlines are coming to an end and some first milestones are reached.

guideline click for support
26Aug 2015

Final Click for Support - Guideline

 

New technologies and modern media play an important role in the daily life and communication of young people. According to the EMCDDA there is a general lack of services in Europe addressing young people using illicit drugs. Most existing offers provide adult-oriented services.

16Jun 2015

“Click for Support” – Final conference

This week the final conference of the European project “Click for Support” organized by the LWL-Coordination Office for Drug-Related Issues took place in the city of Muenster, Germany.

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