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Street Support Good Practice Collection
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Street Support Good Practice Collection

Street Support Good Practice Collection

The Street Support Good Practice Collection addresses social services, including social entrepreneurs and adult trainers, municipalities and local governments. The Collection wants to make a substantial contribution to improve current service provision for people who use drugs and/or alcohol in public spaces.

The good practice examples aim at inspiring service providers and policy makers by providing concrete examples which promote the social re-inclusion of people in a situation of homelessness who use alcohol and/or drugs as well as of other marginalised groups who loiter in the street and cause alcoholor drug-related nuisance. The Good Practice Collection features projects and programmes which provide different types of support services:

  • Work opportunities, training activities or another meaningful occupation as means of social inclusion,
  • Housing,
  • Community-based work,
  • Peer support or are user-led,
  • Harm reduction services and low-threshold drug-related services as well as mobile services,
  • Advocacy and awareness raising
  • General public
  • Health care professionals
  • NGOs
  • Global
  • Care and support
  • Harm reduction

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