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December 18, 2020
Why it's important to not ask questions if someone refuses an alcoholic drink

End-of-year work events. Christmas. Hanukkah. New Year's Eve. For people trying to give up drinking, the festive season can be a landmine.

December 17, 2020
Kate saved $10,000 cutting booze. Here's how she stuck to it
It’s been a big year for boozing. A survey by sobriety non-profit Hello Sunday Morning released in October found 19 per cent of 1250 respondents were drinking more heavily than usual, with almost a third admitting they were drinking earlier in the day.
November 16, 2020
Baby Boomers revealed to be biggest drinkers in new report

Most people would tell you hard-partying young people are the biggest drinkers but that’s because they haven’t read this article yet.

October 27, 2020
What your health insurer is doing for mental health during the pandemic
HCF has added access to Hello Sunday Morning and Daybreak – an anonymous alcohol support program.
July 22, 2020
Hello Sunday Morning report rise in Australians drinking ‘every day’

Responsible drinking campaigners have long warned about the dangers of binge drinking, but now Australia might have a new problem.

April 23, 2020
Boost to drug and alcohol service funding during COVID-19 pandemic
The federal government has boosted funding for online drug and alcohol services as the sector prepares for a sharp increase in people seeking help to manage their drug or alcohol use during the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 16, 2020
Worried about your drinking during lockdown? These 8 signs might indicate a problem
We’ve seen images of people “panic buying” alcohol since lockdown started in March. Now new data from the advocacy group Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) shows people are not just stocking up for a rainy day. In households that have been buying extra alcohol, 70% are drinking more than usual too.
November 13, 2019
An app that supports people to cut down on their drinking is saving taxpayers millions

Chris Raine used to pressure people to drink more, now he helps them stop. The founder and CEO of Hello Sunday Morning and its associated Daybreak app hopes to shift the drinking culture in Australia and around the world by helping people cut back their consumption.

November 13, 2019
Can your smartphone help you stop drinking?

All up, Daybreak is generating a 149 per cent return to the Australian economy for every dollar of the Federal Government's $3 million investment, prompting supporters to lobby Canberra for an increase in funding as an alternative to overstretched rehabilitation services.

September 1, 2019
Wellness not addiction: women embrace positive approach to alcohol moderation
A desire for wellness, rather than angst about addiction, is prompting women in their 30s and 40s to cut back on their drinking using apps like Hello Sunday Morning's Daybreak.


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