Developing and conducting a capacity building program that will educate, inspire, equip and empower residents and other stakeholders (e.g. service providers) to advocate against the excessive level of access to alcohol in their community

Project Status

Completed Projects

Chief Investigator

Fiona Haigh

Project Coordinator

Andrew Reid

Team Member

Siggi Zapart

Project Rationale

Liquor license applications can potentially increase alcohol-related harm within disadvantaged communities in SWSLHD. A recent CHETRE led consultation about the spectrum of alcohol-related problems in the Miller community identified the top two issues being public drinking and access to alcohol. Stakeholders are able and willing, but generally lack confidence, knowledge, and skills to participate in the advocacy process to reduce alcohol-related harm in their community.

Project Aim/s

  • Development of a co-designed program
  • Program graduates with increased levels of advocacy knowledge and skills, increased confidence, and increased sense of empowerment
  • Developed campaign strategy for Miller
  • Campaign commencement

Project Design and Method

Co-design

Contact

Andrew Reid Phone: 8738 9310 Email: Andrew.Reid@health.nsw.gov.au

Key Partners

Liverpool Community Drug Action Team (CDAT), Communities in Action Inc, Liverpool City Council, FaCs – Housing NSW , Community 2168 Project, SWSLHD Population Health

Funding

Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF)

Project lead centre
CHETRE
Project stream
Health Environment
Project start date
Jun 2018
Project end date
Oct 2019