– Investing in the internal resources of individuals and groups – knowledge, attitudes, skills, etc., through which to confront the future possible risks, engagement of various institutions directly related to the problem (schools, healthcare, police, social services, public organizations etc).
– Reducing of the social and health consequences associated with dependence on psychoactive substances, by building and sustainable development of affordable, effective, balanced and integrated system for rehabilitation and social reintegration.
-Achieving positive change in public attitudes and perceptions of the drug problem as a chronic relapsing disease.
– Changing the personal values of the dependent, in order to understand the social importance of the individual.
– Achieving and maintaining a good level of medical and social functioning, respectively successful social reintegration of the clients.
– Reducing the risk of spreading blood and sexually transmitted infections.
– Reducing the criminal activities associated with drug abuse.