Drug Prevention and Education

What are Drug Education programmes about?

Drug education provides you with clear information and provides you with factual information about tobacco, alcohol and drugs. Drug education provides a space for you to discuss issues around drug use, how to deal with situations in the future and make positive decision that will support your health and well-being. The drug education programme’s are good fun and involve interactive activities such as role plays, games and group discussions.

Putting the Pieces Together

The Putting the Pieces Together Programme provides you with information on drugs, their influence and effects. The programme explores how drugs affects personal health and relationships. The programme also helps you develop your communication skills, supports you to make effective decisions and set positive goals for your future.


Brief Intervention Programme

The brief intervention programme supports young people to reflect on their own drug and alcohol use. The programme can be run in a group or on a one to one setting. The programme aims to enable young people to take control of their own lives and reduce their drug and alcohol use.




How to get involved?

Speak to your local Foróige Staff Person, or Volunteer.