Social reintegration – employment

Social reintegration – employment

Special interventions can provide support for those who have found a job, as well as employment opportunities for those who are struggling to secure work in the open labour market, thereby also addressing other potential barriers, such as low self-confidence.

What works?

  • Employee assistance programmes help drug users improve work performance
  • Supported employment interventions help drug users with mental problems to get a job

What's unclear?

  • It is not clear if psycho-social treatment interventions can help crack-cocaine users to improve their employment conditions

What doesn't work?

  • So far, we are not aware of interventions that proved to cause harm

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