Alcohol Policy Network
Useful Links - Poland

Name

Organisation/Description

Links

Wojciech
Klosinski

PARPA: The State Agency for the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problems is a professional government-based institution created to construct the foundations of the state healthcare policy concerning the improvement of alcohol abuse prevention, treatment, and public education.

http://www.parpa.pl/parpa_en/

Ministry of Health

http://www.mz.gov.pl/
wwwmz/
index?ml=en

Institute of Health Psychology:The mission of the Institute is to apply psychological knowledge and methods in innovative ways to solve health problems and personal problems experienced by people.

They focus in particular on the problems of alcohol addicts and their families.

In line with the statute of the Polish Psychological Association, the goal is to have psychology truly „assist people in their life struggles and help them remain in good health – in harmony with humanistic values”.

http://www.ipz.edu.pl/
index.php?lang=en

Central Statistical Office

http://www.stat.gov.pl/english
/index.htm

National Bureau for Drug Prevention (established by the Ministry of Heath in July 1993 to implement its drug prevention policy)

http://www.narkomania.gov.pl/

NGO-s:

Institute of Health Psychology: The mission of the Institute is to apply psychological knowledge and methods in innovative ways to solve health problems and personal problems experienced by people.

They focus in particular on the problems of alcohol addicts and their families.

http://www.ipz.edu.pl/
index.php?lang=en

Polish Nationwide Emergency Service for Victims Of Domestic Violence "Blue Line".

http://www.niebieskalinia.pl/english.html

The Nobody's Children Foundation
Is a nonprofit non-governmental organization, which provides a broad scope of assistance to abused children, their parents, and guardians. The Foundation's activities are addressed to physically, psychologically, and sexually abused and neglected children, their parents and guardians, as well as professionals dealing with cases of child abuse.

http://www.fdn.pl/nowosci/?lang_id=2