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This infographic suggest ten specific actions communities can take to improve the community alcohol environment. Suggestions range from operating regular alcohol age compliance checks, to requiring local festivals implement policies that prevent over-serving and underage drinking at these events. This graphic may be reproduced and used locally to support a community discussion on what your community will do about excessive alcohol use.
Many, perhaps most people will tell you they are moderate
drinkers. But few can quantify moderate
drinking levels when asked. This image defines what constitutes a “drink,”
moderate and excessive drinking using simple red and green color cues. It is important to note that consuming the
highest number of drinks in moderate drinking level every single day – is not
Acute incidents, alcohol-related injuries that result in
death, kill more people in Wisconsin each year than alcohol-related disease. Alcohol-related falls account for over
one-third of those deaths, more than double the rate of alcohol-related vehicular deaths. This image provides a
fuller picture for those who underestimate the number of people who die as a result
of alcohol-related poisoning, falls or self-harm. This image is drawn from the 2014 Wisconsin Epidemiological
Profile on Alcohol and Other Drug Use.
This graphic answers two basic questions: 1) Why Wisconsin
often tops the list of heavy drinking states or communities and 2) How can
excessive alcohol use cost Wisconsin $6.8 Billion annually? It breaks the cost down into four simple categories.