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Massey rates Violence its problem next to alcohol!

July 23, 2013 at 10:59 AM

The poll results of Alcohol Policy Activity from Massey community Treasure Hunt in March lists Drink Driving and Binge drinking (51%) and Family Violence and Violence (49%) as 'the problems' in its community. The connections between Alcohol and Family Violence and Violence is huge! And certainly with Injury Prevention work and policy.

For more information on this poll result Contact Angela Culpin by Phone 09 623 4600 xtn 27125 Mobile: 021 685 029 or Email Angela