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Alcohol and Pregnancy

Uncover the LDAT toolkit for Alcohol and Pregnancy. Promote evidence-based strategies to prevent alcohol harm during pregnancy effectively.

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Tackling the availability of alcohol

Community voices are often missing in the decision-making process for regulating the availability of alcohol.

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

We look at Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) through a prevention lens. Providing an overview of FASD, the impact of stigma on women, and outlines FASD prevention efforts that can be implemented by healthcare providers and in the community.

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Reducing youth alcohol consumption

To address youth alcohol consumption ensure the environment young people live in doesn’t make it easy to access alcohol, or encourage its consumption

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Community Action on Alcohol Availability

Unlock the comprehensive LDAT toolkit for Community Action on Alcohol Availability. Empower communities to address alcohol-related harms and influence local decisions effectively.

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Alcohol, Other Drugs and Young Adults

Discover the LDAT toolkit for AOD and Young Adults. Empower institutions to support young people in reducing AOD harm during key life transitions.

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Alcohol, Other Drugs and Older Adults

Discover the comprehensive LDAT toolkit for AOD and Older Adults. Prevent alcohol and drug-related harms, promoting well-being in adults aged 50 and beyond effectively.

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Role modelling alcohol consumption

Changing the way you drink alcohol can have many health benefits.

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The Art of Community Alcohol Management

The ‘How to Guide’ draws from the best available evidence and the experience of public health and Victorian local government professionals who have tried and tested strategies in rural and metropolitan areas. The guide will also support local governments to incorporate effective alcohol actions into their Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plans.

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Alcohol and other drugs in regional and remote areas

A study conducted in early 2019 by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare confirmed alcohol consumption is significantly higher in regional and remote areas of Australia when compared to major cities.

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