The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) has created culturally appropriate resources in consultation with a national expert working group. These resources have been designed for rural and remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and health professionals working in an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (ACCHO) setting. For more information about these resources, visit

PosterFirst Nations peoplesPublic

Strong Born – Pregnancy and grog don’t mix

This poster can be printed and displayed in ACCHOs and used at events. It provides key messages about alcohol and pregnancy.

BookletFirst Nations peoplesPublic

Strong Born – No grog during pregnancy is best

This booklet supports community members to yarn about alcohol, pregnancy and FASD. Designed to be used by families, friends, Elders, community leaders and health professionals engaging with families.

BookletFirst Nations peoplesHealth professionals

Strong Born – Alcohol-free pregnancies help every baby to be strong born

This booklet supports health professionals working in an ACCHO setting. Designed to be used for awareness raising and information support.

Happy young woman sitting inside using a laptop computer
Happy young woman using a laptop computer inside

We’d love to hear from you

We are conducting a survey to evaluate these resources and we’d love to hear your views. Let us know what you think and you’ll go in the draw to win one of four $75 e-gift cards.

This study titled Consumer perceptions of alcohol and pregnancy health education materials has been approved by the University of Adelaide’s Human Research Ethics Committee (Approval Number: H-2022-153)