Special measures

Sale, Anabel Unity
March 2009
Community Care;3/12/2009, Issue 1761, p22
The article presents information on projects to educate young people about alcohol misuse in Great Britain. It is stated that two projects have been rewarded with grants from charities Comic Relief and Mentor UK. Comic Relief's Alcohol Hidden Harm initiative funds projects helping to reduce the risk to children and young people of alcohol abuse. Bristol Drugs Project received £206,264 over three years for a mentoring project for young people whose parents have a history of alcohol misuse.


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