Reducing Risky Alcohol Consumption

COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network is inviting expressions of interest (EOIs) from organisations to support the implementation of a community engagement strategy to help reduce risky alcohol consumption across the South Eastern NSW region.

We are seeking proposals from suitable organisations to develop and implement a social marketing campaign to reduce risky alcohol consumption tailored to target populations (ideally people aged 18–40 years and over 50 years) within the region.

Through this funding, COORDINARE seeks to commit to preventative health initiatives that build resilience in the community and address risk factors for chronic disease such as risky alcohol consumption.

This funding opportunity has now closed.

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