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Drugs Education and Prevention

In 1998, the Government established the Young Peoples Facilities and Services Fund (YPFSF) to target those young people most at risk from substance mis-use in disadvantaged areas by developing sporting and other recreational facilities in a non-threatening and constructive environment.

In Limerick, eight local drug education and prevention projects and a number of capital projects are currently funded through the office of the minister for children and youth affairs. These are administered by the CLVEC and are overseen by the city-wide drugs prevention management group.

In December 2011 LCAES published the first Evaluation report on accredited drugs education in Limerick.

Click here to download the full report entitled 'Evaluation of the effectiveness of the Community Addition Studies Course (CASC) in Limerick City'


 


 
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