About Alcohol Change Vic

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Alcohol Change Vic is a collaboration of organisations concerned about the harm fuelled by the alcohol industry and its products in Victoria. 

We campaign for policy reform to protect Victorian individuals, families and communities from alcohol fuelled harm.

6,000 deaths every year
Alcohol products kill nearly 6,000 Australians each year.

7 types of cancer
Alcohol is a cause of at least seven types of cancer: breast, bowel, mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus and liver.

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Dangerous on-demand alcohol delivery puts children and families at risk of harm

There are concerns on-demand alcohol delivery is fuelling a wave of violence in Victorian homes, with a new survey revealing more than a third of on-demand users reported verbal or physical abuse or fear due to a person affected by alcohol at least once in the last 12 months.

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Victorian Government’s Liquor Reform Bill a missed opportunity to reduce alcohol-fuelled family violence

Today's long awaited Bill to reform Victoria's  Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 (Liquor Act) will fail to reduce family violence and alcohol-related harms. This is despite Victoria's Royal Commission into Family Violence recommending that the review of the Act focus on these issues and that the Government consult with family violence advocates and community organisations over five years ago.

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