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Precious Journey – A Supportive Project for Parents with Drug Abuse Behaviour
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170056
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at providing comprehensive services for drug-abusing pregnant women and mothers together with their family members and children. Project elements include self-care service, childcare skill training and service, parent-child attachment programme and family functioning programme.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$3,702,647.00
Grantee
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals
Project Duration
36 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Counselling Centre for Psychotropic Substance Abusers (CCPSA)
Project Activity
Outreaching service
Professional counselling / Psychological assessment / Psycho-therapy
Medical assessment / Medical treatment service
Supportive service / Mutual support group / Peer programme / Volunteer programme
Vocational training / Aftercare service
Other
Beneficiary Group
Drug dependent person
Family member of rehabilitee
District
Territory-wide
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at providing comprehensive services for drug-abusing pregnant women and mothers together with their family members and children. Project elements include self-care service, childcare skill training and service, parent-child attachment programme and family functioning programme.
“Equip for New Stage”: Integration of Vocational Training and Relapse Prevention for Rehabilitee’s Recovery Program
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170057
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at enhancing vocational skills of rehabilitees and their sense of self-efficacy, reducing their relapse rates and facilitating their reintegration into society. Project elements include vocational training services such as career-oriented assessment, aptitude tests, career and life planning counselling, and relapse-prevention counselling such as relapse crisis assessments.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$1,827,473.00
Grantee
Barnabas Charitable Service Association Limited
Project Duration
24 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre (DTRC) and Halfway House
Project Activity
Professional counselling / Psychological assessment / Psycho-therapy
Vocational training / Aftercare service
Beneficiary Group
Rehabilitee
District
Territory-wide
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at enhancing vocational skills of rehabilitees and their sense of self-efficacy, reducing their relapse rates and facilitating their reintegration into society. Project elements include vocational training services such as career-oriented assessment, aptitude tests, career and life planning counselling, and relapse-prevention counselling such as relapse crisis assessments.
“A Better Man Project”
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170058
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at providing support to young male drug abusers and rehabilitees aged 21-35 in Kowloon East, motivating them to seek treatment and quit drugs, and preventing inter-generational drug problem. Project elements include outreaching services and counselling services to young male and training workshops to frontline anti-drug social workers.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$3,012,430.00
Grantee
The Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong
Project Duration
36 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Other
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Outreaching service
Supportive service / Mutual support group / Peer programme / Volunteer programme
Beneficiary Group
Young adult outside school network
Drug dependent person
Family member of rehabilitee
Social worker
District
Territory-wide
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at providing support to young male drug abusers and rehabilitees aged 21-35 in Kowloon East, motivating them to seek treatment and quit drugs, and preventing inter-generational drug problem. Project elements include outreaching services and counselling services to young male and training workshops to frontline anti-drug social workers.
Pink Pal
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170059
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at providing training to frontline anti-drug personnel and tertiary school students in relevant fields to enhance their capability in handling drug abuse cases among the sexual minority population. Project elements include training on latest drug scenes, drug abuse cases among the sexual minority population, counselling skills, drug-related legal knowledge, sharing session by former abuser and visit to local drug rehabilitation and service facilities.

Project Status
Completed
HK$ Approved Grant
$507,068.00
Grantee
Community Drug Advisory Council
Project Duration
12 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Other
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Guided tour or visit to drug rehabilitation programme
Beneficiary Group
Tertiary school student
Social worker
Professional (excluding social worker and teacher)
District
Territory-wide
Project Deliverable
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Archive PDF
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at providing training to frontline anti-drug personnel and tertiary school students in relevant fields to enhance their capability in handling drug abuse cases among the sexual minority population. Project elements include training on latest drug scenes, drug abuse cases among the sexual minority population, counselling skills, drug-related legal knowledge, sharing session by former abuser and visit to local drug rehabilitation and service facilities.
“Special Care for the Special Mothers” 2.0
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170060
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at providing comprehensive residential drug rehabilitation programme for pregnant rehabilitees. Project elements include medical care, psychosocial counselling, psychological therapy, parenting skill training, aftercare services, family activities, supportive services to family members, sharing by peer counsellors and guided tours for the general public.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$2,606,904.00
Grantee
The Society for the Aid and Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers
Project Duration
36 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre (DTRC) and Halfway House
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Guided tour or visit to drug rehabilitation programme
Professional counselling / Psychological assessment / Psycho-therapy
Medical assessment / Medical treatment service
Supportive service / Mutual support group / Peer programme / Volunteer programme
Vocational training / Aftercare service
Other
Beneficiary Group
Rehabilitee
Drug dependent person
Family member of rehabilitee
Social worker
General public
District
Territory-wide
Archive PDF
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at providing comprehensive residential drug rehabilitation programme for pregnant rehabilitees. Project elements include medical care, psychosocial counselling, psychological therapy, parenting skill training, aftercare services, family activities, supportive services to family members, sharing by peer counsellors and guided tours for the general public.
Project CHANGE: Training for Professional Teams to Enhance Their Sensitivity to MSM and Drug Users
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170061
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at enhancing drug rehabilitation support service workers and/or health care professionals’ knowledge about “Men having sex with Men” (MSM) community and their competency in handling MSM drug abuse cases. Project elements include training workshops and field visits to MSM hot spots and training for former drug-abusing MSM to become peer counsellors.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$413,536.00
Grantee
AIDS Concern Foundation Limited
Project Duration
12 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Other
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Guided tour or visit to drug rehabilitation programme
Supportive service / Mutual support group / Peer programme / Volunteer programme
Other
Beneficiary Group
Rehabilitee
Social worker
Professional (excluding social worker and teacher)
District
Territory-wide
Archive PDF
Treatment and Rehabilitation (T&R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at enhancing drug rehabilitation support service workers and/or health care professionals’ knowledge about “Men having sex with Men” (MSM) community and their competency in handling MSM drug abuse cases. Project elements include training workshops and field visits to MSM hot spots and training for former drug-abusing MSM to become peer counsellors.
A multilevel analysis of the demography of drug abuse in Hong Kong
Research (R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170062
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at constructing a ‘demography of drug abuse’ in Hong Kong so as to identify the rates of changes of (different types of) drug-abusing behaviour by socio-economic, geographic and demographic characteristics. A multilevel statistical analysis will be made in a bid to derive the main determinants affecting the population of (different types of) drug abuse and how such determinants change over time.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$374,928.75
Grantee
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Project Duration
18 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Other
Beneficiary Group
Teacher
Social worker
Professional (excluding social worker and teacher)
District
Territory-wide
Archive PDF
Research (R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at constructing a ‘demography of drug abuse’ in Hong Kong so as to identify the rates of changes of (different types of) drug-abusing behaviour by socio-economic, geographic and demographic characteristics. A multilevel statistical analysis will be made in a bid to derive the main determinants affecting the population of (different types of) drug abuse and how such determinants change over time.
Infrared Pupillometry and Eye-tracking as Next-generation Non-Intrusive Means to Identify Subjects Under Influence of Psychoactive Drug and Vision-related Harms
Research (R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170063
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at creating an age-stratified, gender-matched, race-specific (dark pupil), normative (drug-free) and drug-related database on Infrared Pupillometry and Eye-Tracking (IP&ET) parameters.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$3,536,480.00
Grantee
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Project Duration
24 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Multi-media activity
Outreaching service
Medical assessment / Medical treatment service
Other
Beneficiary Group
Secondary school student
Tertiary school student
Young adult outside school network
Rehabilitee
Drug dependent person
Social worker
Professional (excluding social worker and teacher)
District
Territory-wide
Archive PDF
Research (R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at creating an age-stratified, gender-matched, race-specific (dark pupil), normative (drug-free) and drug-related database on Infrared Pupillometry and Eye-Tracking (IP&ET) parameters.
Cocaine Induced Psychosis: a Literature Review and a Prevalence Study in Local Cocaine Abusers
Research (R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170064
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at studying the characteristics of cocaine abusers in Hong Kong. Phase 1 of the study aims to identify risk factors, frequency, symptoms, pathological mechanism and treatment of Cocaine Induced Psychosis (CIP) via comprehensive literature review, while Phase II aims to assess CIP and psychotic symptoms in individual cocaine users at community level by means of systematic diagnostic interviews in cross-sectional study; to report on the prevalence and characteristics of and risk factors for CIP; and to examine the prevalence of emotional disorders and anxiety disorders among cocaine users.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$1,059,440.00
Grantee
Department of Psychiatry, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Project Duration
32 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Other
Beneficiary Group
Drug dependent person
District
Territory-wide
Archive PDF
Research (R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at studying the characteristics of cocaine abusers in Hong Kong. Phase 1 of the study aims to identify risk factors, frequency, symptoms, pathological mechanism and treatment of Cocaine Induced Psychosis (CIP) via comprehensive literature review, while Phase II aims to assess CIP and psychotic symptoms in individual cocaine users at community level by means of systematic diagnostic interviews in cross-sectional study; to report on the prevalence and characteristics of and risk factors for CIP; and to examine the prevalence of emotional disorders and anxiety disorders among cocaine users.
A 3-phase survey, training, and inter-disciplinary combined on-line/offline, theory-based and evidence-based intervention for prevention of psychoactive substance use among adolescents who are case-work clients of social workers (The My Sunny Way Project)
Research (R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 170065
Project Approved in 2017
Project Description

This project aims at studying risk factors that cause high-risk youth to abuse drugs, and formulating appropriate intervention methods based on the study findings.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$2,791,153.79
Grantee
Centre for Health Behaviours Research, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Project Duration
36 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Multi-media activity
Other
Beneficiary Group
High-risk youth
Social worker
District
Territory-wide
Archive PDF
Research (R)
Project Approved in 2017
This project aims at studying risk factors that cause high-risk youth to abuse drugs, and formulating appropriate intervention methods based on the study findings.
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