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© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Young People and Prevention A Main Focus of the Viennese Addiction Prevention ENSA/General Assembly Vienna, 09.06.2011 Sonja Geyer Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 2 Overview 1.Role of addiction prevention within the Viennese Drug Policy Programme 2.Selected measures in reference to children and families 3.Selected measures in reference to young people 4.Forecast to thematic topic of World Café
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 3 Role of addiction prevention within the Viennese drug policy programme Topic 1
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 4 The Four Pillars Of Drug Policy In Vienna selected goals and spheres of activity Public Safety Prevention Health-related Measures Social Measures Vienna Drug Policy Programme 1999
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 5 Addiction Prevention – Main Goals to promote health and to prevent addiction Goal 1: Goal 2: to identify addiction related problems in time, to intervene soon
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 6 Department Of Addiction Prevention ISP Division of the Vienna Agency for Coordination of Drug Affairs directly responsible to the City Councillor for Public Health local center of excellence for addiction prevention
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 7 Main Responsibilities to plan, coordinate and implement prevention in Vienna on a strategic level -sensibilisation for addiction prevention as a cross-social topic -development of pilot projects -development of information material -networking -quality management
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 8 Main Strategic Approaches Setting-Approach implement basic prevention knowledge in the vocational training of relevant multipliers and professionals in different settings, based on specific needs and conditions Multiplier-Approach multiply prevention knowledge by training relevant multipliers and professionals or by organising professional meetings and events
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 9 Main Professional Focuses (I) Life Skills Advancement, development and improvement of personal and social skills of individuals (e.g. problem solving, critical thinking, self-awareness) Early Intervention Early intervention for special target groups which are on the barrier between risky and problematic consumtion patterns but without a manifestation of addiction
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 10 Main Professional Focuses (II) Prevention of Alcohol Related Problems Supporting/promoting a self-reflexive and critical attitude towards alcohol consumption Risky Behaviour Supporting/promoting a self-reflexive and critical attidude towards risky behaviour or risky consumtion patterns
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 11 Main Professional Focuses (III) Digital Media Supporting/promoting a self-reflexive and critical attitude towards using mobile phones, computer and internet Prevention of Problematic Gambling Supporting/promoting a self-reflexive and critical attidude towards risky patterns by gambling
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 12 Prevention Attitude Democratic-emancipatory idea of man/woman Paternalistic-controlled idea of man/woman Prohibition Determent Strictly decrease of range Responsibility for ones life Promoting special skills Promoting early recognition Regulation of range Social Responsibility Uhl, A. (2004): Wie viel Freiheit braucht Suchtprävention – wie viel Zwang verträgt sie?
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 13 Way Of Working holistic view sustainability scientific experiences/standards methodical diversity
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 14 Selected measures in reference to children & families Topic 2
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 15 ProjectTarget GroupGoalOutput Wie schütze ich mein Kind vor Sucht? Dorthin können Sie sich wenden Parents of children under 12/14 years Giving parents an overview about substances, addiction and prevention; supporting them with practical information how to foster individual and social skills of a child Guide for parents Guide with selected adresses of institutions giving support and counselling Erziehung beginnt bei den Erziehenden – Suchtvorbeugung auch Professionals working in kinder- garten, nursery, after-school care club etc. Implementation of basic knowledge concerning addiction and addiction prevention in (early) childhood Vocational training of relevant multipliers and professionals BilderRauschYoung people >14 years; parents; adults with educational responsibility Sensibilisation and constitution of awareness about alcohol; enlarge preventive scope of action DVD with 7 short films with thematic focus on youth and alcohol Selected Measures – Children & Families
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 16 Selected measures in reference to young people Topic 3
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 17 Selected Measures – Young People ProjectTarget GroupGoalOutput Pocket-Info Alkohol Young people > 12 years; key persons working with young people Specific information about alcohol for target group Information booklet MOVE – MOtivierende KurzinterVEntion bei konsumierenden Jugendlichen Multipliers working with young people which show risky consumption patterns Improvement of the dialog between multipliers and young people consumung legal or illegal substances; consolidation of motivation to chance former behaviour Vocational training of relevant multipliers and professionals Forumtheater Mit Maß und Ziel – Es kotzt mich an Young people > 12 years; key persons working with young people Sensibilisation and animation to a public discussion about youth and alcohol Participative plenary theatre according to Augusto Boal
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 18 Forecast to thematic topic of World Café Topic 4
© 2011 Department of Addiction Prevention, ISP/SDW Slide 19 Thematic Topic Of World Café Drug prevention and the focus of alcohol prevention in Vienna -Alcohol consumption in Austria (facts & figures) -Prevention of alcohol related problems on events (strategic background and transfer into practice) -PartyFit! (the core elements of this project and discussion)
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