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The risk level of children with Special Education Needs (SEN) facing health issues and drug taking is similar to ordinary people. Therefore, CDAC try to enhance the protective factors for them, based on their characteristics and needs. Regarding the development of personal anti-drug abilities, we use life skills-based programmes to improve their personal images, emotions, social skills and living skills. In the aspect of family protection, our design is centred on Satir Model. The projects aim to help parents acquire better caring skills and knowledge about drugs. Then they can relieve their stresses, minimising their own risks of drug abuse, whereas their SEN children are less likely to be influenced by others. To help SEN children to address to the future changes in life, our services try to improve participants’ resilience and help them overcome stresses and temptations in workplace.