“A Participatory Handbook for Youth Drug Abuse Prevention Programmes: A Guide for Development and Improvement” is a valuable resource for both young people and adults aiming to establish or enhance drug prevention programs involving youth and the community. This handbook offers practical tools and guidance to facilitate active participation and engagement of young people in prevention efforts. It covers topics such as understanding substance abuse, drug awareness, prevention principles, and conducting community needs assessments. The handbook also provides insights on developing a youth planning team and gathering the necessary information for program planning. This resource serves as a comprehensive guide to support the development, assessment, and improvement of youth drug abuse prevention programs.
Why this handbook was written
Who wrote the handbook and how
Who is this book written for/the target
How should this book be used
What can you expect by following this manual?
Understanding substance abuse
All about drugs
Understanding drug abuse / why do young people use drugs?
Basic prevention principles
Finding out what your community needs and planning a programme
Developing a youth planning team
The information you need
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