All links to other websites are provided for convenience only. Alcohol Healthwatch accepts no legal liability or responsibility as to the content, accuracy or use of information posted by other websites  Alcohol Action NZ is a new national group in New Zealand responding to the excessive presence of alcohol and the enormous social, medical and personal damage alcohol misuse is inflicting on our society.  This website has been developed by the Health Promotion Agency. Information includes advice, research and resources to help prevent and reduce alcohol-related harm and inspire NZ’ers to make better decisions about drinking alcohol. This includes alcohol & pregnancy, host responsibility, licensing matters, supply to minors etc.  Health Promotion Agency has an overall statutory function to lead and support activities for the following purposes: promoting health and wellbeing and encouraging healthy lifestyles; preventing disease, illness and injury; enabling environments that support health and wellbeing and healthy lifestyles; reducing personal, social and economic harm.  The Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit was an independent, peer reviewed research organisation, based in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, New Zealand.  The Injury and Trauma Research Group collaborates with many research partners, their strategic priorities reflected in the multi-disciplinary research programme including generating policy-relevant evidence to prevent injuries at home; interventions to reduce alcohol-related trauma;  and providing research leadership for the development of innovative integrated models of pre-hospital and acute trauma service delivery. Community Alcohol and Drug Services, Auckland (CADS) offer a range of free services to anybody in the Auckland region wanting to solve an alcohol or drug related question, issue or problem, or are concerned about or affected by someone else's use. The goal of the Injury Prevention Research Unit is to contribute to reducing the incidence, severity and consequences of injury in New Zealand. The IPRU is based at the Dunedin School of Medicine within the Health Sciences Division of the University of Otago. Published 27 April 2010: "Alcohol In Our Lives: Curbing the Harm" is the Law Commission's final report on the review of New Zealand's liquor laws. The terms of reference for the review included- the adequacy of the current liquor licensing laws; alcohol taxation and pricing; advertising; age restrictions and the responsibilities of parents with respect to adolescent drinking.  The Drug Foundation is committed to reducing and preventing the harms caused by drugs in New Zealand. NZDF advocates for policies and services that build a healthy society where there is the least possible harm from drug use. The Public Health Association (PHA) is a voluntary association that takes a leading role in promoting public health and influencing public policy. This Public Health WWW Networking Project  promotes collaboration and networking across a range of public health sectors. In the early stages of the project, the emphasis was on increasing awareness of the internet and the web.   The Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation (SHORE )and Whariki is  at Massey University(Auckland). The research team has expertise in a number of fields including alcohol and other drugs. It is funded through external research grants and contracts to undertake public good research of relevance to the health and social sectors.  The Adolescent Health Research Group (AHRG) at the University of Auckland. There aim is to provide accurate, up-to-date information that contributes to improved health and wellbeing for all young people in Aotearoa, New Zealand.  Safer Journeys is the government's strategy to guide improvements in road safety over the period 2010 to 2020.  The strategy's vision is a safe road system increasingly free of death and serious injury and introduces the Safe System approach to New Zealand.  Women’s Health Action is a social change organisation, working to improve the health and wellbeing of women, their families and whanau, and communities.

FASD Links  - At mum+ our purpose is to help Kiwi mums make better informed decisions - Fact sheets on FASD and strategies - A website of FASD family advocates for worldwide connection and preventionSave - The University of Washington Fetal Alcohol Drug Unit - FASD-CAN – A non-government organisation to unite and support caregivers of those with FASD - Ministry of Health – website relating to FASD and the FASD Action Plan - Ministry of Education- website providing education sector with a Guide for FASD and learning - Ministry for Children – an Oranga Tamariki practice centre website with resources to understand FASD-informed practice - FASD Hub- An Australian website for professionals to learn more about FASD - NOFASD – An Australian non-government organisation to inform the public about FASD and unite and support caregivers