To optimise the resources available to the various drug addiction services in order to have clear prevention programmes that meet European quality standards in the field of prevention.
This second edition of the “technical assistance” programme aims to deepen the evaluation processes initiated during the first year of implementation and to ensure that the programmes selected become programmes of proven preventive quality and that they optimise the use of public funds. The specific objective of the programme is to improve the effectiveness, efficacy, efficiency and quality indices of the selected prevention programmes through the implementation of ad hoc evaluation systems and, ultimately, their inclusion in the DGPNSD Best Practices Portal and the EMCDDA Best Practices Portal. Again, technical advice is provided to organisations such as Deporte y Vida or the Spanish Federation of Rehabilitated Gamblers (FEJAR), among others.
Technical assistance, counselling, addiction, goal setting, planning, process evaluation, quality, funding