新西兰的非政府组织也可以与ALAC、Age Concern New Zealand和HPA等政府机构合作，以便政府提供治疗设施、安全饮酒指南和其他服务，可以在活动区域内推广给老年人及其家庭成员。例如，新西兰的政府机构和机构试图通过发放传单、新闻公报和小册子(Moyer,2013)来提高老年人及其家庭成员对安全饮用指南和饮酒对健康的负面影响的意识。然而，这些政府机构和机构的努力不能确保成功地理解老年人及其家庭成员的宣传信息。因此，新西兰的非政府组织可以承担与这些政府组织合作的责任，以便在老年人及其家庭成员中传播关于酒精滥用的负面影响和后果的意识。非政府组织可以为老年人及其在农村和城市郊区的家庭成员安排更小的活动和教育项目，以便使酒精滥用和安全饮用指南的负面健康影响得到提高(McCrady,2017)。
NGOs in New Zealand could also collaboratively work with governmental institutions like ALAC, Age Concern New Zealand and HPA so that government provided treatment facilities, safe drinking guidelines and other services could be promoted to the older people and their family members within active operation regions. For example, the mentioned governmental agencies and institutions in New Zealand try to promote awareness among older people and their family members about safe drinking guidelines and negative health impacts of alcohol consumption through issuing leaflets, news bulletin and booklets (Moyer, 2013). However, these efforts of the governmental agencies and institutes cannot ensure successful understanding of the promoted information to the older people and their family members. Thus, NGOs in New Zealand could take the responsibility for collaboratively working with these governmental organisations for spreading awareness among older people and their family members about the negative impacts and consequences of alcohol misuse. NGOs could arrange smaller campaigns and educational programs for older people and their family members in rural and city outskirt regions so that negative health impacts of alcohol misuse and safe drinking guidelines could be promoted with better effectiveness (McCrady, 2017).