For the third consecutive year the Drug and Alcohol Action Programme (DAAP) will deliver Drinksense - a borough-wide education campaign about the harm caused by alcohol addiction.
The initiative will cover binge drinking, exceeding safe drinking limits and the impact on individuals, families and local communities.
The theme this year centres on safeguarding families, young people and children, and the campaign will run for the three weeks leading up to Christmas.
There will also be a screening of the documentary HAZE at several colleges in the borough.
HAZE is a full-length film examining the issues surrounding the college drinking culture, including the death of college freshman Gordie Bailey, who died of alcohol poisoning following a fraternity initiation ceremony at the University of Colorado in the United States in 2004.
Full details of stalls and events will be publicised on the DAAP website at www.daap.org.uk.
Alternatively, people interested can call 0208 843 0945.
Perminder Dhillon, chief executive of DAAP said: "Sadly alcohol addiction continues to destroy the lives of many individuals and their loved ones.
"This year we would like to focus on nearly three million children who are affected by the alcohol addiction of parents or carers.
"The recent incidents highlighted in the press of student initiation ceremonies in the fresher weeks at universities have sadly brought home the message that alcohol can kill.
"There is always the need for ongoing education on alcohol and related issues."
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