Aboriginal Community Alcohol Harm Reduction Policy (ACAHRP) project: A vision for the future

  • Gliksman L
  • Rylett M
  • Douglas R
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Abstract

Four First Nation communities in Ontario, Canada, formulated alcohol management policies between 1992 and 1994. An alcohol management policy is a local control option to manage alcohol use in recreation and leisure areas. Survey results indicate that decreases in alcohol use-related problems related to intoxication, nuisance behaviors, criminal activity, liquor license violations, and personal harm were perceived to have occurred. Furthermore, having policy regulations in place did not have an adverse effect on facility rentals. Band administrators and facility staff in each community felt the policy had had a positive effect on events at which alcohol was sold or served

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  • Aboriginal
  • Community
  • Consensus
  • Harm reduction
  • Ownership
  • Policy sustainability

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Authors

  • Louis Gliksman

  • Margaret Rylett

  • Ronald R. Douglas

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