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Proyecto Hombre and La Caixa carry out an addiction prevention program to 3 IES Benidorm

16 September 2016
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'Juego de llaves' project involves parents and teachers, it is composed of six teaching units, and last course it was already held in the IES Bernat de Sarria and L'Almadrava


The Noray Proyecto Hombre Alicante Foundation and the Obra Social La Caixa will develop in three Secondary Schools (IES) of Benidorm a program to prevent drug use and addiction in young people between 12 and 16 years. This program, called 'Set of keys', coming this school year a total of 1,000 students from the ESO of IES Bernat de Sarria, L'Almdrava and Beatriu Fajardo Mendoza, as announced by the mayor, Toni Perez, during the presentation of this activity, which has been accompanied by the Councillor for Social Welfare, Angela Llorca; director of Proyecto Hombre Alicante, Consecration Jareño; and CaixaBank area director, Emilio Juan de Merlo. Last school year 'Game Keys' and was applied in the IES Bernat de Sarria and L'Almadrava, after the trialogue meeting to coordinate the program on 22 December. Perez explained that this program is made "six teaching units taught during school hours" and that "aims to improve personal competence and resources of the students to avoid possible drug consumption". The director of Proyecto Hombre has indicated that this program is implemented "national" and trying to "make prevention work with the involvement of young people, teachers and families." Jareño noted that through the teaching units seeks to "promote the values ​​and protection factors consumption" of substances, while noted the emergence of new addictions linked to new technologies such as "online games or bets ". Jarecki said that "commitment" Man Project is to "stay in Benidorm" and that the intention is to bring 'Set of keys' to all secondary schools in the city. For his part, Emilio Juan de Merlo has shown the satisfaction of the Social Work of La Caixa for "developing projects of this nature", with which it is intended "to avoid future problems for families" working on the prevention of addictive behavior among younger.