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Anti-Drug Education Programmes

Special thanks to the Community Chest of Hong Kong for funding the programmes.


Objectives:
CDAC offers both Chinese and English anti-drug education programmes which aims at raising awareness among individuals towards drug misuse. We also aim to enhance the resilience of participants to properly handle sub-cultures and peer pressure through life-skills training.

Target:
CDAC’s target service users include students range from kindergarten to universities, parents, teacher and the general public. Innovative programmes are also tailored for different community sectors. These programmes benefit a variety of participants include but not limited to at-risk population, Social Workers and professionals, drug related service practitioners, commercial business staff such as bar tenders and estate management staff, and, last but not least, our volunteers.

Programme:
The programmes are designed to be interactive and experience-based which motivate participants’ interest of learning and stimulate critical thinking. Teaching methods such as role play, interactive games and simulation of real life scenarios are adopted in the programmes to equip participants with the skills and readiness to apply it in real life.

Delivery:
The anti-drug education programmes conducted in schools range from interactive small group workshops to Grade-based or School-based activities. All programmes are designed to cater for the needs of different ages, characteristics and requirement of its participants. The programme contents are based on the most up-to-date information and references.

For programme details and further enquiry, please contact our staff at 2521 2880.

- updated on 25/04/17

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Half-day Teacher Anti-Drug Workshop

The Narcotics Division of Security Bureau and the Education Bureau commissioned our council to provide half-day training (eligible for teachers’ Professional Development Training hours) for principals, teachers, school social workers for 2016/17 and 2017/18 academic year. Please use E-service for course registration.

A) PDT – Basic Programme

Mode of Delivery: Centralized Enrollment – Open Workshop

Below is the information for the first programme:

Event ID Date/ Time No of Day Venue Speaker(s)
1 16 Feb 2017
14:00-17:00
1 Main Hall, Yuen Long Town Hall, 4 Yuen Long Tai Yuk Rd, Yuen Long - Mr. Nelson Wong, Barrister-at-Law
- Mr. Cheng Chun Fat, Former Principal of Caritas Yuen Long Chan Chun Ha Secondary School
- Registered Social Worker
2 17 Feb 2017
14:00-17:00
1 Conference Room, Heung Yee Kuk, 30 On Muk Street, Shek Mun, Shatin, N.T. - Mr. Nelson Wong, Barrister-at-Law
- Mr. Kwok Wing Keung, Principal of Carmel Holy Word Secondary School
- Registered Social Worker
3 23 Feb 2017
14:00-17:00
1 Room 501, BGCA Headquarter, 3 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong - Mr. Nelson Wong, Barrister-at-Law
- Mr. Yuon Fuk Lung, Principal of Buddhist Fat Ho Memorial College
- Registered Social Worker
4 24 Feb 2017
14:00-17:00
1 Room 924, HK Scout Centre, Scout Path, Austin Road, KLN - Mr. Nelson Wong, Barrister-at-Law
- Mr. Wong Chung Fu, Principal of Society of Boy’s Centres Hui Chung Sing Memorial School
- Registered Social Worker

Enrollment: Apply via Training Calendar on EDB E-Service
Maximum Capacity: 60 Teachers

The context of this course includes the following:
1) Is Electronic Cigarette illegal?
2) If you find a student suspected carrying dangerous drug during an exchange tour, what can you do?
3) How to meet the holistic needs of student development with the Healthy School Programme?
4) Planning the school-based Healthy School Programme with the effective support of anti-drug resources.

For enquiry, please contact our Education Officer Mr. Simon Yip at 2521 2880 for further information.

Login EDB E-service for Enrollment

B) School-based Programme

Mode of Delivery: School based

School-based tailor-made 1.5 hours specialized programme; single school or joint schools are both welcome.

Highlights of the programme:
1. How to prevent students using electronic cigarette?
2. How to incorporate health and anti-drug education into academic subject?
3. How to implement Health School Programme with anti-drug resources?
4. What is the relationship between pressure and drug? How to support student to manage stress?
5. How to handle drug related incidents in school?

Target: Primary & Secondary School Principals, Teachers and Social Workers
Fee: Free of Charge

Download application form

For enquiry, please contact our Education Officer Mr. Simon Yip at 2521 2880 for further information.

- Updated on:24/01/2017

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“Anti-Drug Basecamp” - Professional Training Project

(V2) Visit to Treatment & Rehabilitation Facilities


Objective: To understand how the treatment & rehabilitation services and facilities support drug rehabilitee
Date:22 Feb 2017 (Wed)
Time:09:15-13:00

Agency visit:
1. Kwai Chung Hospital Substance Abuse Assessment Unit (SAAU)
2. Bradbury Oasis Hostel, the SRACP


Target: Anti-drug workers and related personnel, University students
Quota:30 persons (first-come, first-served)
Fee:Free of charge
Application Deadline: 25 January 2017

Interested parties are welcomed to register through the following link:
https://goo.gl/forms/5woOscpho50CTvC93

- Updated on:09/01/2017

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“Anti-Drug Basecamp” - Professional Training Project

Talk (T2) How to develop the capacity of Peer Worker


Objective: To understand how to develop (Chinese and non-ethnic Chinese) drug rehabilitees to become a peer worker

Content:
1. The formulation, implementation and challenges of developing the peer worker;
2. The role of the peer workers in drug treatment and rehabilitation services

Speaker:
1. Mr Man Hok Leung (Responsible worker of the Foundation Certificate in Peer Counselor Training co-organized by ELCHK, Enlighten Centre and Employees Retraining Board)
2. Mr Lau Kin Chung, Angus (Project-in-charge, Project CARE to SHARE, Community-based Treatment and Rehabilitation Support Service for Ethnic Minority II)


Sharing session (S2)


Objective: To understand the needs and challenges encountered in rehabilitation
Content:
1. To share the needs and how to overcome challenges and struggles to achieve rehabilitation;
2. How the treatment, rehabilitation services and peer worker training supporting drug rehabilitee

Speakers:
1. Graduate of the Foundation Certificate in Peer Counselor Training, Current Peer Counselor of Enlighten Centre
2. EM Peer Educators of the Health Education Service from the Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong


Date:10 January 2017 (Tue)
Time:09:00-13:00
Venue:Room 201, 2/F, Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai
Language:Cantonese (with English Powerpoint presentation)
Target: Anti-drug workers and related personnel, University students of related disciplines
Quota:50 persons (first-come, first-served)
Fee:Free of charge

Foundation Certificate in Peer Counselor Training which is co-organized by ELCHK, Enlighten Centre and Employees Retraining Board) After completion of the course, some graduates become the Peer Counselor of Enlighten Centre. What they have learnt and gained from the course? How they could act as a Peer Counselor to serve drug abusers?
For details of the course

Project CARE to SHARE, Community-based Treatment and Rehabilitation Support Service for Ethnic Minority II, Health Education Service, The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong. How the agency develops the capacity of ex-drug abusers to become Peer Educators? How the program and how the service users could be trained and become EM Peer Educators? What challenges they have encountered and have to overcome “cultural differences” and develop cultural sensitivity in service?
For details of the project

Application Deadline: 3 January 2017

Interested parties are welcomed to register here.

Enquiry
Tel:2521 2880 (Mr Marcus Leung)
Fax:2525 1317
Email: [email protected]

- Updated on:05/12/2016

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“Anti-Drug Basecamp” - Professional Training Project

(V1) Visit to Treatment & Rehabilitation Facilities

Objective: To understand how the treatment & rehabilitation services and facilities support drug rehabilitee

Date:17 Nov 2016 (Thur)
Time:10:00-16:00
Agency visit:
1. Enlighten Centre, Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service-Hong Kong
2. Jockey Club Lodge of Rising Sun, Hong Kong Christian Service

Target: Anti-drug workers and related personnel, University students of related disciplines

Quota:30 persons (first-come, first-served)
Fee:Free of charge (Transportation is provided, lunch is not included)
Application Deadline: 11 November 2016

Interested parties are welcomed to register through the following link:
https://goo.gl/forms/wfH57UTNcLJJcLhS2

- Updated on:31/10/2016

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“Anti-Drug Basecamp” - Professional Training Project

The “Anti-Drug Basecamp” is a professional training project which CDAC developed with the support from the Beat Drugs Fund. This project is going to launch a series of programmes opened to Professionals working in the field and university students of related disciplines.

By organising a series of talks, sharing sessions and visits to drug rehabilitation services and facilities in the community, participants will be equipped with necessary skills and knowledge in handling the increasingly complex psychotropic substance abuse cases. It will also enhance their understanding and empathy to the needs of drug abusers and to promote the community’s acceptance towards drug treatment and rehabilitation services and facilities.

The first double up talk will be held on 28/10/2016. The talk will focus on Drug & Law which include drug related criminal justice procedures as well as the assisting rehabilitation service. The talk will be followed by a drug rehabilitee sharing session. Details are as follows:

Talk (T1) Drugs and Law

Objective: To understand the drug-related legal knowledge and support services in the judicial process
Content: 1. Drug-related legal knowledge and cases; 2. Criminal justice knowledge and support services in the judicial process
Speaker: Mr Wong Kin-keung, Neslon (Barrister-At-Law (non-practicing) / Registered Social Worker)

Sharing session (S1)

Objective: To understand the reasons behind drug abusers and their needs
Content: To share the difficulties during drug rehabilitation; How the treatment and rehabilitation services support drug rehabilitee
Speakers: Referred by the Drug Rehabilitation Agency


Date:28 Oct 2016 (Fri)
Time:09:00-13:00
Venue:Room 103, 1/F, Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai
Language:Cantonese (with English Powerpoint presentation)

Target: University students (priority disciplines: Social Work, Medicine, Health studies, Communication & Journalism)/ Social Workers/ Teachers/ Doctors and Nurses/ Anti-drug workers and related personnel

Quota:50 persons (first-come, first-served)

Fee:Free of charge

Application Deadline: 21 October 2016

Interested parties are welcomed to register through the following link:
https://goo.gl/forms/7fmdMQCKvbHlejth1




Enquiry
Tel:2521 2880
Fax:2525 1317
Email: [email protected]

- Updated on: 11/10/2016

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2016-2017 English Programme

The new application form for 2016-17 English Programme is now available in the “Services” page. (Updated on 01/09/2016)

Latest Activities in 2016–2017

1. Anti-drug Education for Students with Special Education Needs (SEN)

Thank you for the support from various stakeholders towards SEN students. For the very first time, the Narcotic Division, Security Bureau is funding an anti-drug education project for this service target, entitled “Fly Over the Blue Sky – Life Skills Based Anti-Drug Education Programme”. For more details, please read our “Services” page.

Remark: The above programmes will be conducted in Cantonese.

2. New Anti-Drug Education for P.3 – P.6 students (Restricted service district)

CDAC has developed more interactive and innovative education programmes for P.3 – P.6 students this year. For more details, please read our “Services” page.

* Target service users: Restricted to school in the Hong Kong Island and Islands District, the Kowloon West District, the Kowloon East District and the New Territories West District.

Remark: The above programmes will be conducted in Cantonese.

3. Anti-drug Education Programmes (No restricted service target)

Thank you for the unfailing support of the Community Chest of Hong Kong, CDAC is able to provide Anti-Drug Education and Health Education Programme to all population in need. Please visit our “Services” page for the details.


4. Healthy School Program (2016-2018) (Newly joined schools)

Healthy School Program is a two-year school-based programme which is funded by the Narcotics Division, Security Bureau. CDAC cordially invites any interested secondary school to be our partner in the Healthy School Program. We hereby welcome our new partners – the Queen's College Old Boys' Association Secondary School and Ho Yu College and Primary School (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen). We will join hands to serve for the health benefit of students in the next few years.

- Updated on:01/09/2016

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Healthy School Programme

(updated on 01/09/16)

CDAC combined anti-drug education with the Five ways of Life - "Virtue, Wisdom, Health, Collective, and Beauty" (德、智、體、群、美) in Holistic Education (全人教育) as an ideal to design student-oriented and school-based programme for participants. We cooperate with different secondary schools to implement Healthy School Programme. From the support and subsidy by the Beat Drug Fund, our programme includes health consultation and drug testing scheme, and we tailor-made and create diversify student-orientated healthy lifestyle and anti-drug activities. The goal of our programme encourage students in concern their personal health and avoid students falling into drug trap. We are now implementing Healthy School Programme with five secondary schools in Hong Kong, and the list is as follow:


Project Name Participated School Name Drug Testing Anti-Drug Activities
Health Master C M A Choi Cheung Kok Secondary School
Sun Day Programme Ching Chung Hau Po Woon Secondary School
Jump Start Society of Boys' Centre Hui Chung Sing Memorial School
Be Strong, Be Positive Queen's College Old Boys' Association Secondary School
Love@ Hoyu Ho Yu College and Primary School (Sponsored By Sik Sik Yuen)

Remark: Service with a ✔ is provided by CDAC.

CDAC welcomes any cooperation with schools in implementing Healthy School Programme. We have been implementing different healthy school and anti-drug programme, the contents are as follow:

Activities Mode Goal
1. Healthy Living Workshop @Lunch a.) Health Check
b.) Fun with Experiential Activities
a.) Increase student awareness on health
b.) Learning anti-drug message in fun way
2. [Love. Express]
Diverse Arts and Creativities Programme
Circle Painting a.) Use arts as a means of expression
b.) Assist students to learn acceptance and support from the programme
3. Student Development and Growth Workshop a.) Student Development Class
b.) Growing Workshop
a.) Living Skills Training
b.) Integrate student awareness of hazardous activities
c.) Enrich students’rejection skills on drug and alcohol
4. Strike for Excellent Personal Development Training Camp a.) Training Day Camp
b.) Adventure Activities
a.) adventure-based activities to increase participants’ abilities facing adversity
b.) Building student interest, increase self-efficacy

Update on: 01/09/2016

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