The Salvation Army Booth College of Mission consists of the School for Officer Training – with campuses in Upper Hutt, New Zealand, and Suva, Fiji, the School of Bible and Mission, the Centre for Leadership Development, Youth Mission Training, and an Early Childhood Education Centre. Our mission is: ‘To inspire and enable men and women to develop the knowledge, skills, spirit and character to sustain and advance the mission of Christ in today’s world.’
CHCAOD005 Provide alcohol and other drugs withdrawal services from Booth Online on Vimeo.
CHCAOD001 Work in an alcohol and other drugs context from Booth Online on Vimeo.
Maryland SBIRT is a statewide health care improvement initiative to encourage health care providers and patients to discuss alcohol and drug use as part of routine medical visits.
SBIRT is an evidence-based, cost-effective public health approach that identifies and provides early intervention to adults and adolescents at risk of developing substance use and other behavioral health disorders. The SBIRT model uses validated screening instruments and interventions that have been proven effective.
Changing the Conversation: Integrating Alcohol and Drug Screening into Patient Care from Bonnie campbell on Vimeo.
The Inroads program has been specifically designed for young adults with concerns about their anxiety and drinking. This program was developed by researchers at UNSW and Macquarie University, and informed by the latest research on anxiety and alcohol use problems. The program will assist you with developing new skills to manage and overcome these feelings and encourage you to think about your use of alcohol.
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Are you a young person who drinks to handle stress? Inroads introduction video 2 from Mental Health and Substance Use on Vimeo.
With the campaign “Much more with” the Danish Health Authority focuses on youth and alcohol. The campaign will run from 2 October to 23 October (2017).
The National Board of Health focuses on a fully-oriented drinking pattern. The purpose is to spread arguments and motives for not drinking.
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By The Danish Health Authority
This professional resource focuses on preventing ill health caused by alcohol and tobacco use and makes the case for why NHS providers should implement the ‘preventing ill health by risky behaviours – alcohol and tobacco, CQUIN’.
By NHS England
“The challenges kids and families face today are complex and have the potential to devastate lives and derail futures. It is extremely important to work together to protect the kids in our community. The average age a kid will first try drugs is 13. Studies indicate that people who reach 21 without engaging in destructive behaviors are likely to never do so, which is why we passionately educate about current trends, warning signs, and the long-term impact of destructive behaviors. We believe proactive prevention on the part of kids, families, and communities is the answer to long-term success.”
“Every kid will have the knowledge and confidence to reach their full potential through making positive life choices.”
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NHS Wandsworth & NHS Merton Alcohol Awareness Films from theoryfilms on Vimeo.
A film discussing the dangers of increasing alcohol addiction and how it impacts on people from the addicted to the people that try to help them.
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Bottler guides students before, during and after the party through tips, questions and reminders via Facebook Messenger.
The Festbot Bottler serves as a support for students and helps them reach their goals with the party while making them reflect on their drinking.
(Sweden, September 2017).
To try Bottler, use this link: http://m.me/iqbottler
Or go to Bottler´s webpage
A number of leading Australians have lent their support to a campaign to remove alcohol sponsorship from professional sport.
The call comes a week out from the AFL and NRL Grand Final, and as evidence mounts about the harm to children as a result of exposure to alcohol advertising.
#BoozeFreeSport is a campaign endorsed and supported by the Public Health Association of Australia, McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth, St Vincent’s Health Australia, the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, the Australian Health Promotion Association and the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education.
Former President of the St Kilda Football Club, Rod Butterss says that for too long booze, drugs and gambling have been a part of AFL culture.
Find more from http://www.boozefreesport.org.au
Rod Butterss calls for league to cut its ties with alcohol from FAREAustralia on Vimeo.