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“Healthy Kids II” 2019-2021 Free Health and Drug Education for Primary 1 and 2

Special thanks to the Beat Drugs Fund for funding the following programmes.

This project targets Chinese and non-Chinese speaking Primary 1-2 students and their parents. The activities is designed to fit the developmental needs of lower primary students, focus on building a healthy lifestyle and empowering students to make wise decisions. The activities contain different elements, which include: hand puppet show, role play, game booths, video viewing and discussion etc.

Parent-child workshop and visits aims to facilitate communication and interactions between family members. The activities include games and art creation, increasing family protective factors towards drug abuse.

For more information or enquiry, please contact us at 2521 2880.


- updated on 17/09/2019


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2019-20 Anti-Drug Education Programmes

Special thanks to the Beat Drugs Fund for funding the following programmes.

This project targets students ranging from kindergarten to universities, parents, teachers and the general public.

Our interactive and experience-based programmes aim at raising awareness among individuals towards drug misuse and enhance the resilience of participants to properly handle sub-cultures and peer pressure through life-skills training. Teaching methods include role play, interactive games and simulation of real life scenarios, which equip participants with the skills and readiness to apply it in real life.

For more information or enquiry, please contact us at 2521 2880.



- updated on 17/09/2019


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Agency Services Introduction


1. Children Service
To promote healthy development of children by providing various kind of health education programs for them to acquire the correct anti-drug knowledge and develop healthy lifestyle through interactive activities.

2. Youth Service
We adopt a holistic approach and collaborate with secondary schools to implement the ‘Healthy School Programme with a Drug Testing Component’. We also offer various health and personal growth programs to enhance life skills and drug resilience among youngsters.

3. Special Education Service
We tailor interactive educational activities with reference to the United Nations’ life skills education, to strengthen the drug resilience of SEN population.

4. Family Service
To foster a supportive family environment, we provide parent talks integrating drug education and parenting skills training. Parent-child activity is also rendered to enhance family cohesiveness and raise their awareness of drug harm.

5. Teacher Training
To enhance the capacity of teachers and school social workers in handling suspected drug abuse cases and organising anti-drug education, we provide professional training on drug-related laws and healthy-lifestyle counselling.

6. Non-Chinese Speaking Service
We provide culturally sensitive drug education to non-Chinese speaking children, youth, family and community to empower them to lead a healthy lifestyle.

7. Professional Training
To equip professionals and professionals-to-be with the capacity to tackle the increasingly complicated substance abuse phenomenon. We establish various platforms to facilitate cross-disciplines to exchange wisdom and knowledge on drug-related issues.

8. Drug Rehabilitation Support Service
To enhance drug rehabilitees’ self-efficacy, we render therapeutic groups using Expressive Arts, Photography and Narrative Therapy. Their works are showcased through exhibitions, social media and publications to promote social inclusion.

9. Community Service
To promote drug-free culture, we collaborate with multiple sectors to deliver community education programs through outreach services to raise drug awareness.

10. Research and Advocacy
With the development of evidence-based practice and research studies, we aim to raise public awareness of drug-related issues.


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- Updated on:26/06/2019


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