This five-year Galway City Alcohol Strategy (2013 – 2017) takes a public health approach which seeks to influence consumption levels of the total drinking population. The approach is based on a large body of evidence stating that alcohol causes or contributes to a range of social and health-problems, and that the prevalence of these problems is directly related to the consumption levels of the population. Therefore, measures that reduce total consumption will reduce a range of social and health-related harms. This requires a comprehensive city wide approach with all agencies, groups and individuals having a role to play. For further details please visit the website:
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