Our campaigns and resources are developed according to key independent research and clinical advice. Information used is gathered from authoritative studies and knowledge gained from consulting with experts in the fields of public health, neuroscience, epidemiology, and child/adolescent psychology.
Kids and alcohol
Kids and alcohol don’t mix (brochure)
This brochure provides advice about the potential effects of drinking alcohol too young, as well as advice to help parents DELAY their children’s first drink of alcohol.
Alcohol and pregnancy (brochure)
This brochure advises women that it is safest not to drink while pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding, and provides information on some of the effects of alcohol on the body.
It’s safest not to drink while pregnant (poster)
This poster advises women that it is safest not to drink while pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding. It has been designed for use in medical centre waiting rooms, and recommends women speak to their doctor or obstetrician if they would like more information on the risks and effects of consuming alcohol during pregnancy.