Reducing Youth Alcohol Harm

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Help Reduce Youth Alcohol Harm

Council, in collaboration with other service providers has developed a draft Plan called, 'Options to Reduce Youth Alcohol Related Harm in the Blue Mountains'. The draft Plan is on public exhibition from Wednesday 23 May to Friday 6 July, 2012.

Your feed back is important.

You are invited and encouraged to:

Have Your Say Today and Help Reduce Youth Alcohol Harm

Help Reduce Youth Alcohol Harm

Council, in collaboration with other service providers has developed a draft Plan called, 'Options to Reduce Youth Alcohol Related Harm in the Blue Mountains'. The draft Plan is on public exhibition from Wednesday 23 May to Friday 6 July, 2012.

Your feed back is important.

You are invited and encouraged to:

Have Your Say Today and Help Reduce Youth Alcohol Harm

Consultation has concluded
  • What do you think about the draft Action Plan for Reducing Youth Alcohol Harm?

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    21 May 2012

    Coucnil is very interested to hear your views on the draft Action Plan for Reducing Youth Alcohol Harm.

    Here is a list of questions to help guide your comments. You can answer any or all of these questions by visiting the Guestbook (see Guestbook tab above) and leaving your comments.

    • Do you support the initiatives in the draft Action Plan to reduce yoth alcohol related harm in the Blue Mountains?What do you consider to be the most important initiatives in the draft Action Plan?
    • What other actions would you recommend?
    • Do you support the local community having a stronger voice in emphasising the social impacts of youth alcohol related harm in the Blue Mountains?

    Please leave your comments in the guestbook or send  a formal Submission with your thoughts on the draft Action Plan.

  • iDrinkSmart Campaign

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    21 May 2012

    The iDrinksmart campaign is a creative project involving students from five high schools in the Blue Mountains who entered a competition to produce an effective video capturing the theme that "binge drinking is never ok."

    The iDrinksmart education project was a joint initiative between Mountains Youth Services Team and the Blue Mountains Women's Health and Resource Centre.

    See iDrinksmart campaign for more information and video campaign.

  • Where did the draft Reduce Youth Alcohol Harm Action Plan come from?

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    21 May 2012

    The draft Reducing Youth Alcohol Harm Action Plan (see Library at right) was developed following consultation with youth services, health and community services, NSW Police and other stakeholders.

    The draft Plan recognises the important work currently occurring in the community to reduce youth alcohol harm, and lists some additional actions that Council can implement in collaboration with other service providers.