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Project THC - Stratified Cannabis Users Intervention

Project THC - Stratified Cannabis Users Intervention


According to Narcotic Division, more people, especially teenagers/ youngers, were reported to abuse cannabis in recent years. As more countries are planning to legalise cannabis, local cannabis users are likely to show resistance to the discourse of “cannabis is a drug”. Sometimes they ignore the negative influences of cannabis and show unwillingness to seek help.

Funded by Beat Drug Fund, a two-year project named “Project THC – Stratified Cannabis Users Intervention” has been launched on 1st August 2022. Given that THC refers to “Treatment”, “Health” and “Connection”, the project aims at providing a non-judgmental platform for various cannabis users to review and discover the meanings and effects of taking cannabis, as well as building a positive living attitude for them.


  • To provide individual counselling to cannabis abusers
  • To establish a positive living attitude for cannabis users by organising groups and activities
  • To organise and train the tertiary students as “Cannabis Counsellor”, discovering the high-risk cannabis users via online and offline reaching out methods.
  • To provide preventive education programmes to secondary and tertiary students
  • To provide enquiry service for the general public

Service Contents

  • Individual counselling
  • Social and spiritual support groups and activities
  • “Cannabis Counsellor” training
  • Outreaching services
  • Medical support services
  • Family support groups
  • Professional training

Service Application

Service users may contact our social workers for enquiry and make applications. We also accept referral from other parties and service units.

Service Termination

Service users may discuss the service termination with the responsible social workers.

Office Hour

Monday to Friday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm ;2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
(Service will be rendered during non-office hour when necessary)
Sunday & Public holidays Closed


Funded by


Youth & Social Rehabilitation

Youth & Social Rehabilitation

Caring School Award Scheme


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