We can’t rely on governments or harm reduction measures any longer to reduce the number of people who die or suffer each year from entirely preventable alcohol and other drug (AOD)-related causes. Grass roots community prevention programs can have a significant impact on reducing these harms.
Prevention can be challenging, but this seminar looks at best practice approaches to prevention that communities can use to help them achieve the greatest impact from their programs and campaigns.
The seminar will focus on case studies and existing programs communities can use in their own area to inspire anyone who is concerned about AOD harm to take action.
Date: Wednesday 18 June 2014
Time: 9.00am (9.30am start) to 12.30pm
Venue: State Library of Victoria, Theatrette (entry 3), 179 La Trobe Street, Melbourne. You can also watch and participate in the seminar remotely via a webcast.
For more information on who will be speaking at the seminar, visit DrugInfo.