Re-usable large stencil (600mm x 390mm) for alcohol-free areas. To use, place the stencil on the surface to be labelled and either paint or spray over. It can be used multiple times. We will only approve orders containing one of each stencil per order.
Downloadable alcohol free logos and templates in colour or black and white and in various file formats can be found here.
The Drugs in Bars Guide is for alcohol licensees and managers who have a duty to be responsible hosts to all customers, including those using substances like illicit drugs or medicines. The guide explains how having good policies, processes, responses, and training can reduce problems and harm to customers. It provides information about drug law and how to reduce substance-related problems in on-licensed premises.
This resource was developed by the NZ Drug Foundation, supported by Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency. More information about this guide can be found on the NZ Drug Foundation’s website here or you can order free copies from their resources page here. The resource can also be downloaded from the Foundation’s website and below.
A booklet for people who are working with people who are having trouble with their drinking. It outlines how to use the booklets in the Alcohol and Your Health series with the people they are working with.
A booklet for people who have changed the way they are drinking and want to maintain this change. It contains information and tools to help stay on track or get back on track after a slip or relapse. It is one of the six Alcohol and Your Health series of booklets.
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.