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Alcohol strategy 2013 - 2016

This strategy outlines how the Hull Community Safety Partnership and its partners will work together in contributing to achieving national aims and objectives while considering local issues related to alcohol misuse. The strategy has five key aims to produce long term reductions in the harms associated with alcohol to communities, individuals and their families. The five aims are -

  • reduce further the amount of alcohol fuelled crime
  • reduce the number of young people aged under 18 drinking alcohol
  • encourage people with alcohol problems to drink within acceptable and safe levels
  • identify people with alcohol related problems and enable them to recognise when they need help. Provide access to support services, if needed, which are commensurate with their alcohol problem
  • support a future reduction in alcohol related illness, hospital admissions and deaths

Hull's alcohol strategy is available to download below -


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