European Report

Correlation Street Support Project published European report

 

Municipalities throughout Europe as well as neighbours, shopkeepers and other users of public space often consider public drug and alcohol use as anti-social behaviour or nuisance. The Street Support project1 wants to change this perspective and suggests approaching public drug and alcohol use from a social inclusion perspective instead. Promoting the social inclusion of people engaged in public drug / alcohol use, of whom many experience homelessness, (re-) engaging them with support services, makes a great difference both to people who use drugs and the local community. The provision of low-threshold social support, harmreduction services and meaningful activity should stay at the heart of interventions…