“After my success, my friends started asking me how I looked so good.
So I decided I had to create a more formal 30-day challenge.
So that’s what I did. I put everything I learned about breaking habits, staying self-disciplined, losing weight, making money, staying the course of 30 days into one system.” James Swanwick
Find more from http://30daynoalcoholchallenge.com
“Impaired driving kills more than 50 people each year in Saskatchewan. Be a good wingman; don’t let impaired friends drive.
You care about your friends and family, and watch out for each other. But would you stop them from driving impaired?”
Read more from Saskatchewan driver’s licensing and vehicle registration (Canada, July 2017).
Alcohol: The Real Gateway Drug from Behavioral Health Palm Beaches on Vimeo.
From Behavioral Health Palm Beaches
“Alcohol abuse is a growing problem in this country. In the United States between 2006 and 2010, alcohol-attributable deaths reached an annual average of approximately 88,000 people, with excessive drinking causing one in 10 deaths among working-age adults. In 2014, 16.3 million adults over the age of 18 were diagnosed with an alcohol use disorder (AUD), but only about 1.5 million adults received treatment for this disease in a specialized facility.”
A campaign (Greece, July 2017) aimed at raising awareness on the harmful effects of alcohol consumption. This is an initiative taken by the teenage volunteers of the I LIVE FOR ME organisation (Non-profit organisation for people with cancer and chronic diseases).
Read more from Arrive Alive (USA, July 2017)
Are you a risky drinker? Nearly 70% of American adults drink alcohol and nearly 1/3 of them engage in problem drinking at some point in their lives. Produced with The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Risky Drinking is a no-holds-barred look at a national epidemic through the intimate stories of four people whose drinking dramatically affects their relationships.
“This infographic presents statistics relating to our relationship with alcohol and other drugs in Australia.”
By Australian Drug Foundation
“7.7 million Americans between the ages of 12-20 consumed alcohol & 32% of underage drinkers said they got drinks from someone they didn’t know. Underage drinking is dangerous & illegal. For help please visit americanaddictioncenters.org”
From Lynn Community Television
Sometimes you have to get creative to keep a buddy from driving drunk. This campaign aims to lower alcohol-related accidents and fatalities by encouraging young adults to do whatever it takes to keep their friends from getting behind the wheel.
By Iowa Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau