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Youth Solutions’ annual campaign in motion to support young people

Posted on 22nd Jan 2019

Delivered in partnership with Campbelltown Catholic Club, the What about tomorrow? Celebrate Safe. campaign is under way to keep young people safe this Australia Day long-weekend.

The campaign targets young adults aged 18 – 25 years, providing them with the resources and information they need to keep themselves and their mates safe while heading out and drinking alcohol.

CEO of Youth Solutions, Geraldine Dean said:

“With the Australia Day long weekend fast approaching, the campaign messages of celebrating safely and looking after one another will become increasingly pertinent, not only for young people, but for all members of the community.”

The campaign has already engaged with young people across the region at various community events, where Youth Solutions’ staff and volunteers have handed out free information guides and resources about how to celebrate safely.

Youth Solutions’ Research and Design Coordinator, Emily Deans, is excited to be co-leading the campaign this year and encourages young people to get involved:

“As part of the campaign we collect information about young people’s alcohol attitudes and behaviours to help make our campaign messages relevant and meaningful. We want to hear from as many young people in the region as we can. So I encourage you, if you haven’t already had your say, jump on our Facebook page and follow the survey link.”

The Campbelltown Catholic Club will provide free soft drink to all sober designated drivers on Friday and Saturday nights during January 2019.

What about tomorrow? Celebrate Safe. is also supported by media partners C91.3FM and the Campbelltown-Macarthur, Camden-Narellan and Wollondilly Advertisers.

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