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Alcohol

14 resources in total. To see which languages this resource is available in, click on its title.

Title: Alcohol: the facts
Summary: This fact sheet talks about the effects of alcohol. It also contains information on binge drinking, sobering up, blood alcohol concentration and driving, tolerance and dependence, pregnancy and breastfeeding and shows how much a standard drink is. At the end is a list of organisations that provide information and advice.

Title: Alcohol and cancer prevention
Summary: There is convincing evidence that drinking alcohol increases the risk of cancers of the bowel, breast, mouth, throat, voice box, oesophagus (food pipe) and liver. Even drinking small amounts of alcohol increases your cancer risk. The more you drink, the greater the risk. If you choose to drink, limit your intake.

Title: Alcohol and drug services
Summary: If you or someone you know is affected by alcohol or drugs there are services available to help. Information about identifying drug and alcohol problems, understanding treatment options and learning about the challenges involved in living with an ongoing drug condition are all explored here.

Title: Alcohol and DM (diabetes)
Summary: This translated document provides information informing individuals with diabetes about the considerations and risks surrounding alcohol consumption. It briefly explains some facts to be aware of, specific risks for those taking tablets or insulin, and also basic guidelines if the individual wishes to drink alcohol.

Title: Alcohol and the body (Video)
Summary: This video demonstrates how alcohol affects the body.

Title: Alcohol awareness resources: Alcohol and the body (Video)
Summary: This is a series of videos about the risks that come with drinking alcohol, and how to minimise or prevent them. This one shows how alcohol affects your body.

Title: Alcohol awareness resources: Benefits of not drinking alcohol (Video)
Summary: This is a series of videos about the risks that come with drinking alcohol, and how to minimise or prevent them. This one shows the benefits of not drinking alcohol.

Title: Alcohol awareness resources: Standard drinks (Video)
Summary: This is a series of videos about the risks that come with drinking alcohol, and how to minimise or prevent them. This video shows you how to measure one standard drink.

Title: Benefits of not drinking alcohol (video)
Summary: What are some of the benefits to reduced drinking? This video explores some of the positives of not drinking alcohol.

Title: Drink driving charges and you: what to do if you are pleading guilty to a drink driving charge
Summary: This brochure explains what to do if you are pleading guilty to a drink driving charge.

Title: Drugs - get the facts
Summary: This document provides information and strategies on drugs to parents of teenagers so that they will be better equipped to respond to drug issues. The Government wants to help all parents, including migrant parents, prevent drug problems.

Title: Standard drinks (Video)
Summary: This video demonstrates how to measure a standard alcoholic drink correctly.

Title: Victorian alcohol and other drug client charter
Summary: This document is a charter of rights and responsibilities for AOD service users. The charter is based on the knowledge and experience of 160 AOD service users who participated in focus groups held across Victoria. The creation of this charter, by people who use Victorian AOD services, has endeavoured to follow a democratic process. The implementation of this charter will contribute to a fairer Victoria.

Title: Where can I get help when alcohol or drugs are a problem?
Summary: This film provides information on where and how to get help for yourself or for someone you care about in NSW. It provides contact numbers for services that can also provide interpreters. Drug and alcohol services are free and confidential. All people are welcome.

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