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Auditor-General's Report to Parliament
Counting the cost of alcohol abuse
The NSW Government does not estimate or report the total cost of alcohol abuse. The Audit Office of New South Wales’ sponsored research estimates it costs the government over $1 billion a year, or around $416 from each NSW household.
“If social costs are included, the total cost of alcohol abuse in New South Wales is around $3.87 billion per annum, or about $1,565 from each household,” said Mr Achterstraat.
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We are so grateful for the support of the City of Sydney, NSW State Government, Salvation Army & St, Vincent's Hospital. Read the article here.
Ralph Kelly and the Foundation was invited to submit a proposal and present to the NSW State Government into further measures to reduce alcohol and drug violence. Wednesday 04th September, 2014. Read more and download the inquiry submission.