Fesat European Foundation of Drug Helpines
Contact us
Vanderlindenstraat 15
1030 Brussels, Belgium
info@fesat.org

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
New! Curriculum on New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) (download) (828 KB)
Training curriculum developed by SKEPDAH, a KA2 Strategic Partnership under the Erasmus+ from January 2017 to August 2018. It provides a framework, with supporting resources and ideas for good practice.

NEW! Curriculum on Burnout Prevention & Helpline Work (download) (501 KB)
Training curriculum developed by SKEPDAH, a KA2 Strategic Partnership under the Erasmus+ from January 2017 to August 2018. It provides a framework, with supporting resources and ideas for good practice.

NEW! Curriculum on Co-occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Issues (download) (457 KB)
Developed by SKEPDAH, a KA2 Strategic Partnership under the Erasmus+) from January 2017 to August 2018. This publication provides resources and ideas to raise awareness and help build confidence and skills on the subject.

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

planning tool 1 for the use of social media (download) (11 KB)
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

2011 Best Practice Guidelines in Word (download) (2.01 MB)
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

FESAT - Guidelines for setting up a helpline (download) (170 KB)

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