About euro net

euro net is a European addiction prevention network which, by working on specific projects, aims to develop European cooperation in addiction prevention. Within the framework of the network, knowledge and experience are exchanged between locally, nationally and regionally active institutions and organisations within the European context.

Through its projects, euro net is particularly developing the use of peer education in addiction prevention. However, the network does not restrict itself to this single methodological approach. Other prevention concepts and strategies are also picked up on and developed further provided that they are currently valid and innovative, and appear suitable for a field of addiction prevention.

The projects are developed jointly and then implemented locally. The developed Guidelines are implemented and secured for long-term use by means of the euro net products. The organisational structure of the network ensures an effective transfer of expertise from the European to the local and regional level.

Tasks and goals

Exchanging ideas and experience

Intensive expert cooperation across borders - euro net organizes regular working meetings and the exchange of information and materials.

Developing concepts and implementing them at the regional level

Europe means diversity. The euro net projects are based on a jointly developed curriculum. Their concrete implementation, however, is tailored to regional circumstances, cultural and social differences.

Evaluating projects

euro net projects are scientifically monitored and assessed. The outcomes of the evaluation provide the basis for their adaption to the needs of individual member states.


The members of euro net, the European Network for Practical Approaches in Addiction Prevention, comprise organisations and institutions from seventeen countries within the European Union. Switzerland also takes part in euro net as an associate member.

Austria Austria
Belgium Belgium
Cyprus Cyprus
Denmark Denmark
Finland Finland
Germany Germany
Greece Greece
Ireland Ireland
Latvia Latvia
Luxemburg Luxembourg
Netherlands Netherlands
Norway Norway
Poland Poland
Portugal Portugal
Slovakia Slovakia
Slovenia Slovenia
Spain Spain