These are the four workbooks for HPA's Smashed 'n Stoned? programme. Smashed 'n Stoned? is a facilited self-change programme to be run with groups of 13 to 18-year-olds whose alcohol and drug use puts them at risk.
Before ordering or using these workbooks, you need to have completed the programme facilitator training or be a qualified health professional, such as an AOD treatment or generic clinician. For training dates and locations, see the Events page in the website footer or go to alcohol.org.nz/events.
An A4 signage poster for on-licensed premises. It reminds customers of the law that intoxicated people will not be served alcohol or allowed on the premises and the ID they need to show to be served alcohol if they look under 25. It also lets them know that food, low and non alcohol drinks and free water are available.
This is a new pamphlet for women and their families. It has information on why it's important not to drink while pregnant, the risks of drinking, and harms to a baby, including fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). It also has information about breastfeeding.
The Guidelines for Managing Alcohol at Large Events book provides best-practice models and other guidance information. It is for individuals and agencies involved with ensuring that alcohol consumption at large events is managed legally and effectively.
A landscape, printable poster or print ad (PDF format) that directs people to the Is your drinking okay? quiz on alcohol.org.nz to test their drinking. The image includes the Say Yeah, Nah campaign logo.
A small square online ad (JPEG format) is also available to download here. This online ad image needs to be hyperlinked to www.alcohol.org.nz/quiz.
Use the poster or online ad in e-newsletters and print newsletters, on websites and intranets, in social media posts, on TV screens and noticeboards in waiting rooms and workplace cafeterias and bathrooms.
Our Stories is a small book (110 pages) that is a collection of personal stories about alcohol use and harm from the perspectives of diverse communities in the Auckland area. It has chapters with stories from:
A card (A6 size) to remind servers of alcohol in clubs to only serve alcohol to authorised customers. This version DOES NOT include ‘guests of a member of another club with reciprocal visiting rights’.
Check the conditions on your licence to see which card to order.
An infosheet with key national messages about alcohol-free pregnancy and harms to a baby from drinking alcohol. Use the information in this infosheet to review and inform consistent messaging about alcohol-free pregnancies on websites, in printed resources and in other communications.