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National Alcohol Awareness Week 2015
20th to 24th April 2015

Welcome to Alcohol Forum

Who we are

The only alcohol Charity in Ireland working at community level to reduce alcohol consumption levels through community action. We are the voice of action for community, voluntary and statutory agencies working to tackle alcohol related harms nationally.

What We Do

Community Action

We strive through evidence based work, research and practice for excellence in reducing alcohol harms. We promote the value of community action on alcohol as a means of better outcomes for the safety and well being of our children, family and society.

Families Matter

Families Matter is a subsidiary of the Alcohol Forum that is dedicated to developing responsive multi agency work. Families Matter focuses on recommended site supporting ‘whole families’ through evidenced based programmes. Families Matter most established programme is the Strengthening Families Programme (SFP here after), more recently however since September 2013 there has been the introduction of FM Advocacy Services.

Alcohol Related Brain Injury (ARBI) Project

In order to address the growing issues of brand viagra Alcohol Related Brain Injury, a partnership has been developed between the only for you HSE Drug and Alcohol Service (Letterkenny) and Alcohol Forum. Together they are raising awareness of Alcohol Related Brain Injury among the public and local services. They are identifying the needs of affected individuals in order to allow for greater service provision for them and their families.

National Alcohol Awareness Week 2015

20th to 24th APRIL 2015

3rd National Alcohol Forum Conference

“The Best Available Evidence”

“Supporting the implementation of local solutions to reduce alcohol consumption and only for you alcohol harms.”


Wednesday 22nd April 2015
Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin


Dr. Thomas F. Babor

Head of the Department of Community Medicine and Health Care, UConn Health, CT. Associate Editor-in-Chief and Regional Editor of the international journal Addiction. “How can we breakdown policy so we can implement it at a community level?”

Prof. David H. Jernigan

Associate Professor in the Dept. of Health Behavior and Society and the Director of the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Advisor to W.H.O and World Bank. “How do we bring the knowledge of Marketing to Community?”

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