South Australian Alcohol and Other Drug Strategy 2017-2021
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Strategy provides evidence based responses to alcohol and other drug problems, and a framework for a coordinated whole of government response to achieve the aim to ‘Reduc
The South Australian Tobacco Control Strategy 2017-2020 (PDF 840KB) guides State tobacco control efforts to reduce the impact of tobacco smoking on the health and wellbeing of South Australians.
To improve the health and wellbeing of South Australians by reducing the impact of tobacco smoking.
To reduce daily smoking prevalence in the South Australian population (15 years and over) from 12.8% in 2014 to 8% by 2020.
By the end of 2020, the aim is to see significant reductions in smoking prevalence and the number of people being exposed to second-hand smoke.
Targets to be achieved by the end of 2020 are outlined in the below tables.
|Outcome||2014 Baseline||2017 Estimate||2020 Target||Source|
||12.8%||11%||8%||SA Health Omnibus Survey, annual|
||9.9%||8%||5%||SA Health Omnibus Survey, annual|
||18.9%||16%||12%||SA Health Omnibus Survey, annual|
||17.9%||17%||13%||SA Health Omnibus Survey, annual|
||67.1%||59%||<50%||SA Health Omnibus Survey, annual|
|Outcome||2012 Baseline||2017 Estimate||2020 Target||Source|
||50.5%||41%||35%||Pregnancy Outcomes Unit, annual|
||42.2%||35%||30%||ABS National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Surveys, tri-annual|
To obtain a hard copy of the South Australian Tobacco Control Strategy 2017-2020 (PDF 840KB) please contact the Tobacco Control Unit, Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia:
Telephone: (08) 7425 5000 Email: DASSATobaccoControlUnit@sa.gov.au