We must work along the lines of a healthy life-style to reduce the use of drug, alcohol and smoking. We have used publicity, radio and TV programmes, as well as hotlines. But we must also monitor public opinion to get feedback on the effects of prevention and create strategic policies about how to work in the coming years. That’s why it is primordial to link drug prevention with health.
We must also have a communication programme to divide the groups into children and adolescents, and show where we have used effective psychology on adolescents who are most exposed to ‘unhealthy life styles, which include hip hop, dancing, and other activities’.