Change your relationship with alcohol

Using our free Daybreak app

The Daybreak app can help!

Reduce your drinking
Active Daybreak members reduced their drinking from 37 standard drinks a week to 17*.
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Save money
Active Daybreak members have cut down on their yearly alcohol spending by around $7,000*.
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Government backed
Sponsored by the Australian Government - Daybreak is Free for Australian Residents.
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*Based on a research study of 293 people who used Daybreak for a least 3 months.

Make The Change With The Daybreak app

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Free for australian residents
Fully subsidised by Australia's Department of Health for
residents
Effective
Efficacy of Daybreak evaluated by Curtin University's National Drug Research Institute
Wherever, whenever
Urges and anxiety strike any time, any place. Help from Daybreak is as near as your phone
Private, anonymous, secure
No names, secure server, and a fully-moderated community safe-space

Responsive community
Give & get support and encouragement from like-minded people facing the same challenges as you

Free for australian residents
Fully subsidised by Australia's Department of Health for
residents
Effective
Efficacy of Daybreak evaluated by Curtin University's National Drug Research Institute
Wherever, whenever
Urges and anxiety strike any time, any place. Help from Daybreak is as near as your phone
Private, anonymous, secure
No names, secure server, and a fully-moderated community safe-space

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