KETHEA makes full use of the opportunities provided by the European Union in the spheres of educating, training and social reintegrating the members and graduates of its therapeutic programs, the exchange of know-how, professional development and research.

KETHEA is currently participating in the following European projects:

SEID
The project, which was completed in 2010, sought to assess the effectiveness of national measures taken by 9 countries in the areas of primary prevention, treatment, social integration, and the sharing of effective strategies and approaches. SEID was funded by the European Commission under the Health Programme 2008-2013. An analysis of good practices in social reintegration was made in 2010, and the final list of actions and best practices was presented.

SUNFLOWER
The project, which was completed in 2010, sought to inform young people about new methods of HIV / AIDS prevention, and to promote good practices. The programme was funded by the European Commission under the Health Programme 2008-2013. Eleven European country members joined the programme.

H-CUBE
The programme seeks to spread awareness of good practices and tools to prevent the spread of hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV / AIDS. The programme is funded by the European Commission under the Health Programme 2008-2013, and involves 11 member states. In 2010, the Good Practices Guide was released and distance learning material on the prevention of these diseases was produced for health professionals, counsellors, teachers and parents. The training stage was implemented during 2011.

JLS
The programme aims to draw up guidelines for the prevention of hepatitis C among young drug users in 5 European countries, including Greece. It is funded by the European Commission under the "Drugs prevention and information" (2007-2013) agenda. The prevention policy guideline were drawn up in 2010 in each country. In Greece, KETHEA sent questionnaires relating to prevention activities to stakeholders.

Youth in Action Programs

KETHEA participates in programs financed by the General Secretariat for Youth. In this context, members of the therapeutic programs participated in Sailing Weekends aimed at combating unemployment and social discrimination, and members of the KETHEA ARIADNI programme on Crete published Spiral, a magazine seeking to combat discrimination and raise public awareness of migration issues. Finally, the KETHEA STROFI web radio station was created, organized, staffed and programmed with funds from the "Support Initiatives for Youth 2010" programme.

KETHEA also participates in the Tempus, Leonardo Da Vinci, Equal II and Grundtvig programs for education professionals.