Digital toolkit - Department of Lost Nights

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Welcome to our digital toolkit of resources that can be used for promotional activity to support the Department of Lost Nights - the latest phase of HPA's Say Yeah, Nah campaign.

Department of Lost Nights - tools Instructions for use
Video You are welcome to share any of the online videos.


There are three versions of the audio ad. The ads feature music disrupted by a specific message from the Dept. of Lost Nights.

For use on community radio stations.
Social media links The creative content is designed to be easily shared on social media. You are most welcome to link and share any of the content on any of the pages.

Social media post

Here is a post already prepared that you can use on your Facebook page.

Here is a post already prepared that you can use on your Facebook page

Link to the video here 

You may wish to add a lead in but the Facebook post main text is:

It all goes a bit sideways. Well, diagonally-downwards. Sit here Mark Jones. ‘Mannequin-you’ will see out the night.

Facebook post title: The Lost Night 

If you have Facebook, you can use this post to help promote the advertising message and engage with your community

Department of Lost Nights screen images - slides

Download PowerPoint slides of images

Designed to increase the visibility of the prevention message – Stay In Your Head Stay In The Night.

Slides for use on screens in waiting rooms or hospital settings, on TV screens and monitors.

Email banner signature

This is a small banner image that can be inserted at the bottom of your work email signature.

small banner image that can be inserted at the bottom of your work email signature

Download email banner [JPEG, 229KB]

Right click on the banner image or link below it and click 'Save link as..' to download the email banner. 

For Microsoft Outlook

  • Save the email signature image somewhere you can easily navigate to.
  • Open a new message
  • In the ‘Message’ tab, select ‘Signature’ then ‘Signatures’
  • Select the place in your message you would like to place the image, then select ‘Insert Picture’ or on this icon 
  • Find the image (where you saved it earlier) and select ‘Insert’
  • Select ‘OK’. The next new message you create should have your altered signature.

You can also find instructions for inserting images as email signatures using Microsoft Outlook - here and instructions for Gmailhere.​

Initial launch poster - The Lost Night 

Initial launch poster

Download the launch poster - hi-res professional printing version [PDF 6MB] 

Download the launch poster - low-res web version [PDF 205KB]

The lost night receptionist poster 

The lost night receptionist poster

Download the receptionist poster - hi-res professional printing version [PDF 6.8MB] 

Download the receptionist poster - low-res web version [PDF 206KB]

The campaign launch poster shows a still photo from The Department of Lost Nights video. The receptionist poster features the receptionist from the video.

They are designed to drive people to view the full video. The posters can be used to increase the impact and visibility of the advertising.

NB - The larger 6MB PDFs is are hi-res print-ready images with bleed and crop marks for professional printing. The edges will need to be trimmed if printed on home or office printers.  They are suitable for printing in A3 or A4. 

The low-res images are suitable for sharing electronically. 

These are the first posters in a series.


Effects of drinking alcohol infosheets

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  • Long-term health effects of drinking alcohol poster infosheet  – Download here [PDF, 71B]
  • Short-term effects of drinking alcohol poster infosheet  – Download here [PDF, 72 KB]
  • What happens when I drink alcohol? infosheet - Download here [PDF, 129KB]

Posters and information sheets about the effects of drinking alcohol available for download. The poster images can be printed in A4 or A3.

Useful links

There is lots of useful information on this website. Have a look around.

You can also contact an HPA Regional Manager - Find contact details.

If you need help accessing the above resources, please email