Druglink article 1990 – Can local drug prevention ‘sizzle’ ? by Nicholas Dorn and Laura Gamble

The lessons of an innovative local drug prevention campaign. A drug prevention campaign in Brighton used local radio ads, a phonecard and other materials circulated through youth clubs to stimulate calls to an answering machine with a message on drugs. The materials evoked generally positive responses among the young people who became aware of them. While local interest was generated, a lack of tie-in between elements of the campaign limited youth involvement.

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Additional keywords: evaluation / outcomes / primary prevention