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A Survey in Folate Deficiency and its Serious Consequence in Drug Abuser, with Emphasis on Cough Mixture Abuse
  Project Approved in 2004  


Research (R)

To conduct a study on the association between severe folate deficiency and psychotropic substance abuse, in particular cough mixture abuse. This hospital-based screening programme will involve patients who are cough mixture and other substance abusers.
Open Door for You: Female Outpatient Counselling Service
  Project Approved in 2004  


Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)

To provide out-patient counselling service to rehabilitated female drug abusers. Training, self-help groups and sex education will be arranged for both the participants and their families.
HKMA Beat Drugs Seminar
  Project Approved in 2004  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

To organise a half-day seminar to update professionals in the anti-drug field on the psychological and social assessment of poly-drug abusers.
FreshU Webdio
  Project Approved in 2004  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

To set up a round the clock on web radio for dissemination of anti-drug message. Youths and rehabilitated drug abusers will be trained up as DJs to play the pre-recorded programmes on air.
Project for Strengthening Families At Risk
  Project Approved in 2004  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

To form a local network to support families with high-risk youths. Family members of rehabilitated drug abusers will act as peer counsellors for mutual support groups. Workshops will also be organised.
Cool without Drugs – Anti-drug Community Participation & Education Project
  Project Approved in 2004  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

To organise anti-drug programmes for different target groups by recruiting students in tertiary institutes as “Big Brothers/Sisters” for high-risk youths and Primary 5 to 6 students as anti-drug ambassadors. A mobile team will also be formed to arrange for roving exhibitions.
Beat Drugs Advertising Competition – Hesitation Free
  Project Approved in 2004  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

A large-scale anti-drug advertisement design competition will be held for students from secondary schools and tertiary institutes as well as members of the public. A workshop on filming skills will also be organised. The winning works will be broadcast through the media.
CDR全方位「不」上濫藥社區導航計劃
  Project Approved in 2004  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

To provide anti-drug programmes at different level of the community. Intensive counselling service and skill training will be provided for high-risk youths. Those with good performance will be recruited as peer tutors for primary and secondary school students. Mutual support group will be formed for families. In order to wider spread anti-drug message, a forum and a seminar will also be held.
Cyber Anti-drug Watchers
  Project Approved in 2004  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

To produce a 15-episode anti-drug series for access on the Internet, the theme of which would be the promotion of positive values, attitudes and skills. Debates, sharing sessions and talks will also be broadcast live on the web.
Substance Use Prevention Program for Young Cross-Boundary Substance Users Using an Innovative and Integrated Approach
  Project Approved in 2004  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

To disseminate anti-drug message in the border area. A website illustrating the harms of drug abuse will be set up and promotion of which will be done in Lok Ma Chau. Social workers and peer educators will station in the area to provide counselling service to high-risk youths.

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