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 drug helpline work
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May 2018

RUStelefonen works out a routine for Burn Out Prevention

Our Norwegian Drug Helpline colleagues who are an active partner in the current SKEPDAH project invested in elaborating a routine to deal with Burn Out Prevention. Read more and download their report.

February 2018

SKEPDAH Partners meet on Dual Diagnosis and Helpline Work

Brussels was the setting for the SKEPDAH project to focus its 3rd topic: Drug and Alcohol Helplines and Mental Health. Read more...

October 2017

Second SEKPDAH Meeting puts the spotlight on NPS

Basis eV welcomed all partners for a two day Transnational Meeting in Frankfurt, Germany to focus on New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) and Drug Helpline work.

September 2017

New member from Cyprus

The Drug Law Enforcement Unit (Cyprus Police), through the years, recognized the need for the public’s assistance in the field of drug substances and set up a 24 hour Drug Information and Assistance Helpline named “1498”.

June 2017

Meeting in Sofia on Helpline Skills and Risk of Burn Out

This month saw the first of three Transnational Learning Exchange meetings. All SKEPDAH partners joined in for what proved to be a very inspiring meeting. Read more.

April 2017

SKEPDAH Partnership Kick-Off Meeting Lisbon

The SKEPDAH project officially started on January 1st. By now the partnership held it’s Kick-Off meeting in beautiful Lisbon. Read more about what outlines for the project were agreed upon.

January 2017

Eramus+ partnership SKEPDAH is ready for take-off

We are happy to announce that the application of 9 FESAT members for a 'Skills and Knowledge Exchange Project - SKEPDAH' has been succesful.Read more about this partnership funded by the EU program for education, training, youth and sport.

May 2016

FESAT survey in EMCDDA Trendspotter Newsletter

For your information, EMCDDA recently published its Trendspotter newsletter and gave attention to the FESAT survey on NPS!

March 2016

New Publication: Survey on Drug Helplines and NPS

New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) are high on the agenda across Europe. FESAT organised an online survey to check to what extend Drug Helplines are confronted with NPS. Check the results in the report which is available for free download.

May 2015

Dissemination meeting DHOI in Brussels May 11-12 , 2015

May 11 and 12 2015, a dissemination meeting was held within the framework of the DHOI project.Take a look at our first ever webinar and listen to the presentations from that day or download the Social Media Guidelines and other project outcomes!

Hot publications

planning tool 1 for the use of social media (download) (11 KB)
New Publication: Survey on Drug Helplines and NPS (download) (664 KB)
New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) are high on the agenda across Europe. FESAT organised an online survey in October 2015 to check to what extend Drug Helplines are confronted with NPS.
Check the results in the report which is available for free download
DHOI Social Media Guidelines 2015 (download) (459 KB)
Within the framework of the project Drugs Helplines, Online and Interactive, guidelines for the use of social media have been developed and are now free to use
2015 Social Media Strategy Plan Template (download) (448 KB)
For an effective use of social media, a strategy plan is an absolute must! Here's what we developed during the DHOI project

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