New magazine for all upper secondary education

In the fall, Netstof will launch a magazine for teachers and student counsellors across the country’s upper secondary education. The magazine will support the new teaching material and show how teachers may use Netstof for different types of teaching and for informing young people. The Danish Health Authority has helped fund the project, and so, all upper secondary education will receive a physical copy of the magazine along with references for the digital teaching material. The teaching material will become an integral part of Netstof, available for use online as well as in print.

Finn Halkjær – New relatives-counsellor on

Last week, Netstof welcomed Finn Halkjær as a new relatives-counsellor. Finn is working as a treatment provider with U-turn counselling and parent-groups at the municipal of Copenhagen. He has a background as a psychiatric nurse and has worked in the field of youth psychiatry for many years.
For the last ten years, Finn has done consultative conversations with particularly parent-groups in addition to leading parent-groups with U-turn. He will be part of the team which services problem pages for relatives, along with Lone Walsøe and Flemming Licht. Read more about Netstof’s anonymous counselling, and watch video-interviews for and with parents on Netstof’s page for relatives (in Danish). is a serious and professional alternative to

The latest copy of STOF (Danish publication on drug abuse, ed.) presents an article about Netstof. This article shows, among other things, an overview of visitor numbers and visitor behaviour among young people on It’s interesting to notice that Netstof appears before on Google’s search engine when young people search for “drugs.” This is of great importance, and Netstof can thank its subscribers. As of last year, several new subscribers have been added and the number now includes 32 municipal members. The most recent members include Copenhagen, Glostrup, Syddjurs and Køge. See an overview of all municipal members.
See the STOF article, pp. 86-87 (in Danish).]]>