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Lutragroup. Kumpfer, Karol (2011) Strengthening Families Programme (SFP 12-16): year 3 evaluation report. Dublin: Ballymun Local Drugs Task Force.

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The Ballymun Local Drugs Task Force in Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland has implemented an evidence-based program as part of a locally based strategy aimed at the prevention of substance abuse and juvenile delinquency in youth and to improve the parenting skills of parents of high-risk adolescents. Based on assessed community needs and risk factors for substance abuse, the evidence-based program chosen to be implemented was the Strengthening Families Program (SFP) for families with high risk adolescent ages 12 to 16 years old. The Strengthening Families Programme in Ballymun is funded and managed by Ballymun Local Drugs Task Force and is supported and delivered by local statutory, community and voluntary agencies. The Ballymun Local Drugs Task Force is funded through the Irish government.


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