Take part in Alcohol Awareness Week

Alcohol Awareness Week is an opportunity for charities, local authorities, GP surgeries, businesses and more to think and talk about alcohol harm with their communities.

Running a successful alcohol public health campaign in your community

Alcohol Change UK works with organisations which serve their community to deliver Alcohol Awareness Week and Dry January locally. These could be GP surgeries, housing associations, local authorities, local health boards, pharmacies, local charities, faith groups or any other local organisation. Read our slide deck to learn more about the benefits of running a local alcohol public health campaign.

We have also published a handy guide to running a successful alcohol public health campaign in your community, packed with ideas to get you started. In addition, we provide free digital resources, making it a low-cost, quick to run, high-impact public health campaign. Resources include:

  • Posters
  • Social media images and template posts
  • Factsheets

The resources will be sent by email in September and October to all those who have signed up.

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A guide to running alcohol public health campaigns in your community

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The Welsh version of our guide to running alcohol public health campaigns in your community is available for download here.

Sign up for Alcohol Awareness Week 2021

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This year's Alcohol Awareness Week takes place from 15-21 November 2021 on the theme of 'Alcohol and relationships'. Take part by signing up today! We have free digital resources that we can share with you, such as social media packs, posters and more.

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Share a blog

Another way you can get involved in Alcohol Awareness Week is by sharing a blog with us. Perhaps you have personal experience of the harm alcohol can cause, either to you, your family or your community. Or perhaps your organisation is working in some way to support people with alcohol problems or their families.

If you have a perspective on alcohol harm, we would love to hear from you. You can share your story here, or email contact@alcoholchange.org.uk.

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