«freelance»

The «freelance» prevention program for secondary schools

«freelance» is a drug prevention program that offers flexible teaching units. The teaching staff can adapt the program to its own needs regarding issues to address and available time. The teaching units are based on the latest findings, statistics and facts concerning risks and consumption. The program is structured in three parts and contains the two main themes of «Tobacco/Alcohol/Cannabis» and «New Media».

The program was jointly contracted by the Swiss cantons of St.Gallen, Thurgau, Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Schaffhausen, Graubünden, Zug and Nidwalden and the Principality of Liechtenstein.

Duration of the program

03-10-2014 – 03-10-2017

Contact(s)

Stefan Christen

Internet address

www.be-freelance.ch

Kurzdokumentation «freelance»
File type: pdf / 849.6 KB

Coverage

Supra-regional

Project status

Currently being implemented

Products

Teaching aids, Other, Websites/Apps

Strategies

Media, campaigns, Creative workshops , Qualified disseminators, Information material, textbooks, brochures, Networking, exchange, coordination

Target groups: gender

Both sexes

Target groups: phases of life

Youths (12-18)

Target groups

Educators/trainers, Parents, Teachers, School children

Settings

Educational institutions

Thematic focus

Alcohol, Illegal drugs, Physical health, Tobacco , Other addictions

Languages

German, Italian

Santos Belsué
Amt für Gesundheitsvorsorge – Switzerland
Erich Bucher
Switzerland
Stefan Christen
Amt für Gesundheitsvorsorge – Switzerland
Martina Dumelin
Switzerland
Martina Durrer Gabriel
Kantonales Sozialamt Nidwalden – Switzerland
ZEPRA
St.Gallen – Switzerland
Last modification: 19 May, 2016 22:59