The project Primary Prevention of Mental Disorders in Children in Early Adolescence project has aim to develop the knowledge and competences of adolescents in the period of puberty in mental health issues, the ability to identify and manage challenging psychological conditions that can lead to serious mental disorders. The concept also includes the education of teachers in the given issue and education among the parents of the pupils involved.


The project is financed from EEA 2014 – 2021 (European Economic Area) funds and the state budget of the Czech Republic. The solution period is 3 years (2021 – 2024).




Project name: Primary prevention of mental disorders in children during early adolescence


Reg. number: ZD-ZDOVA1-011


Financed: EEA funds 2014 – 2021 (European Economic Area) and the state budget of the Czech Republic


Solution period: 2021 – 2024




Contact person:


doc. PhDr. Tomáš Čech, Ph.D. (project manager), Faculty of Education UP in Olomouc, Žižkovo nám. 5. 771 40 Olomouc, phone +420 585 635 406, 777 193 574, e-mail: |




M.Sc. Dagmar Hájková (project coordinator at SPR), Společnost Podané ruce, o.p.s., Prevention Center in Brno, Dvořákova 13, 602 00 Brno, phone: +420 775 436 653, e-mail: |




Virtual presentation:


Project website:


FB: @PreDuP


Instagram: predup2021

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