“For the first time ever London Ambulance Service is running an alcohol campaign in August (2017) – Not An Ambulance.
We’re asking people not to drink so much that they need our help and to look after their friends if they do. A lot of the people we go to don’t need an ambulance on blue lights – they just need their friends to get them home safely and help them sober up.”
By London Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Start Talking Now


The WHY Coalition, formerly known as the Washington Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking (RUaD), is a partnership of 27 Washington State government agencies and organizations representing traffic safety, law enforcement, faith-based groups, education, public health, policy and rulemaking, and social services. Our mission is to prevent and reduce underage alcohol and marijuana use.

Read more from http://www.starttalkingnow.org/

Young and Alcohol Free


Aiming to increase young people’s awareness of alcohol-related harm and encourage them to lead an alcohol-free lifestyle, the Department of Health (Hong Kong) launched the “Young and Alcohol Free” publicity campaign last year and the GIF design contest is one of the key initiatives of the campaign. Submissions were invited in March this year and nearly 200 animated GIF entries were received under two categories, namely the Family Category for local primary school students along with their parents, and the Secondary School Category for students from secondary schools. Prizes in each category, including the Best Animated GIF Award, the Most Popular Award and the Most Active Participating School Award, were presented at today’s ceremony.

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A complete list of all award winners is available on the DH’s “Change for Health” website. For details, please visit www.change4health.gov.hk/en/alcohol_aware/youngandalcoholfree/gifcontest/index.html