Who we are
The aim of the Alcohol Programs Team is to reduce the levels of drinking, harmful drinking and alcohol problems among young people.
Key objectives of the team include raising awareness of:
- The levels of harmful drinking and harm from alcohol among young people;
- The actions we know can be effective in preventing harm from alcohol; and
- The need for action without delay.
The Alcohol Programs Team will also work to stimulate and inform community discussion and debate about alcohol issues.
Visit our online toolkit that supports people like you to voice your concerns about alcohol and prevent alcohol-related harm in your community.
We have a new name!
We have enjoyed 8 years of action on alcohol to date, and we will be continuing that work as the Alcohol Programs Team at the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA.
New report released!
Read our new report "The Instagrammability of pink drinks": How alcohol is marketed to women in Australia on the publications page
New video released!
Watch our new video with Dr John Holmes about minimum pricing for alcohol on the WA Alcohol and Youth Action Coalition page
In the Media
December 19, 2010
Rotto teen risk. Sunday Times, Nicole Cox
December 12, 2010
Alarm at caffeine in pubs. Sunday Times, Anthony DeCeglie
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