Published by the Scottish Government.
Alcohol sales data released today highlights an increase in home drinking amongst people in Scotland
AHA have released a statement on the study published in the Addiction journal today.
Scottish Health Professionals welcome new report from Edinburgh University Law School, backing Scottish Government’s Alcohol Minimum Unit Pricing case
As the Alcohol Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) court case returns to the Court of Session on 7th and 8th July, SHAAP (Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems), welcomes a new academic study which strongly supports the moral and legal validity of this Public Health measure.
News release and open letter on minimum alcohol pricing: Public health must prevail over big business
As the alcohol minimum pricing court case continues this week, public health and charity leaders have come together to reaffirm their support for the life-saving measure.
FASS receives funding for a Volunteer Group Co-Ordinator and to deliver Family Peer Naloxone Training.
Angela Constance New Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Social Security highlights that the third sector plays a crucial role in tackling inequalities, supporting people and communities.