Since the beginning of its existence, "Solidarnost" Association (now "Fracarita Bulgaria", http://www.solidarnost-bg.org/en/) has implemented the following projects:
- Project "Skills and Knowledge Exchange Project for Drug and Alcohol Helplines", 2016-2018, funded by Erasmus + Programme.
- Project "Rehabilitation of Dependent People - Solidarnost", 2015-2017, funded by Renovabis, Germany (https://www.renovabis.de/).
- Project "Drug Helplines, Online and Interactive", 2013-2015, financed by the Human Resources Development Centre (http://www.hrdc.bg/), Leonardo da Vinci Programme.
Within the framework of Lifelong Learning Programme-funded project “Drug Helplines, online and interactive” (DHOI), guidelines on how to use social media were developed. The DHOI Social Media Guidelines are free to use by anyone, but please be so kind to mention FESAT (www.fesat.org, European Foundation of Drug Helplines)/DHOI as the source.
For more information about the guidelines or the project please contact info[at]fesat.org. Also a Social Media Strategy Template as well as two Social Media planning tools for an effective use of social media were developed. Further, take a look at the Webinar (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2UQ49qQsWI) on the outcomes of the DHOI project, held May 11, 2015, in Brussels.
- Psychosocial rehabilitation of dependent people 2011-2016 – the projects are funded by the National Strategy for Fight against the Drugs of the Ministry of Health through the National Centre for Drug Addictions (http://www.ncn-bg.org/).
- Project "Drug prevention and education among young people through social networking", 2013-2014, financed by the European Commission and "Trimbos Institute" Foundation (http://www.trimbos.org/).
- Stabilization and motivation for treatment 2013-2014 – the project was funded by the Foundation Futur 21 (http://futur21.eu/).
- First Steps toward Independence 2011 – the project was funded by SOS Children`s Villages Denmark, with funds provided by the Velux Foundation.
- Training for professional realization and parenthood 2011 – the project was funded by the Foundation Futur 21 (http://futur21.eu/).
- Project “Let’s talk soberly about the alcohol: prevention of the alcohol use among teenagers”, 2011 – in partnership with the Union of Brewers in Bulgaria.
- Project “European companionship in education, training by travel. Leonardo Mobility 2009 – 2011”, financed by the Human Resources Development Centre (http://www.hrdc.bg/), Leonardo da Vinci Programme.
- Project “Establishing a Bulgarian Drugs Helpline and Interactive Information Website” – funded by Matra Programme of The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2008-2010).
- Project “I don't smoke while I'm eating” 2009 – funded by the Ministry of Health.
- Application of the model "therapeutic community" in an open (non-residential) rehabilitation program for addicts 2009 – funded by the National Strategy for Fight against the Drugs of the Ministry of Health through the National Centre for Drug Addictions (http://www.ncn-bg.org/).
- An educational initiative for parents and relatives of dependent people called “Knowledge Rescues. Be Ahead of the Street’s Lessons” 2008 – funded by the Bulgarian business and media.
- Project “European companionship in education, training by travel” (2006-2008) as partners of asbl Trempoline, Belgium (http://www.trempoline.be/), Leonardo da Vinci Programme.
- Project “Establishing a day center for rehabilitation and resocialization of dependent people” – funded by Tulip Foundation (http://www.tulipfoundation.net/). This project was given the award “Project of the year 2007”.
- An installation and debate organized in the Red House on the topic: “Non!Dependence – the Unknown I of the Dependent People” (2007).
- Projects “Messengers of hope” and “Messengers of hope 2” – funded by the National Strategy for Fight against the Drugs of the Ministry of Health through the National Centre for Drug Addictions (http://www.ncn-bg.org/) (2006-2007).
- An initiative “Messengers of hope” within the range of which several charity exhibitions were carried out in Belgium and Bulgaria (2004-2007).