Fesat European Foundation of Drug Helpines
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What is
FESAT

  • is a network  which currently joins together about 50 European drug helpline services
  • has a charter  setting out the ethical principles to which all members of the Foundation adhere
  • has representatives from the Member States of the European Union on its Board , who are experts in helpline work
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January 2015

Non profit organizations use of social media; the case of drug helplines

A social media survey within European Foundation of Drug Helplines members conducted spring 2014 resulted in 16 responses, representing 10 different European countries. Findings indicated that most drug helplines in the survey have some experience with so

December 2014

Joint Action RARHA: Reducing Alcohol Related Harm

Joint Action RARHA was created to continue work on key priorities of the EU alcohol strategy while waiting for the next five-year term of the European Commission to begin at the end of 2014. read more at http://www.rarha.eu/

December 2014

New: EMCDDA Portal Best Practice in Drug Interventions

The EMCDDA just launched a portal on Best Practice in Drug Interventions: http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/best-practice

Hot publications

2014: NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA: THE CASE OF DRUG HELPLINES (download) (732 KB)
A social media survey within European Foundation of Drug Helplines members conducted spring 2014 resulted in 16 responses, representing 10 different European countries. Findings indicated that most drug helplines in the survey have some experience with so
2011: BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR DRUG HELPLINES (download) (622 KB)
Download here the Best Practice Guidelines, produced within the framework of Leonardo da Vinci FESAT Best Practice Exchange Partnership
2011: FESAT Brochure (download) (3.73 MB)
Gives a description of FESAT and the purpose of the organisation.

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