Wine Witch on Fire Resources


Alcohol-Related Resources

Government of Canada

Get help with substance use

This page has resources and information for people who need help with substance use, including overdose prevention resources. It does not include direct links to private clinics or for-profit organizations.



Make the difference. It’s good to think seriously about your relationship with alcohol. If you’d like to change it, whatever that means for you, why not start with the difference you want to make?

The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility ( leads the fight to eliminate drunk driving and underage drinking and promotes responsible decision-making regarding beverage alcohol.
Supported by 11 of America’s distillers who lead with a strong commitment to responsibility,’s distinguished National Advisory Board and our partners at the national and local level help us reach a broad audience, guiding a lifetime of conversations about alcohol responsibility across all 50 U.S. states.


A Balanced Glass

A Balanced Glass (ABG) is dedicated to supporting the health and wellness for wine professionals around the world. Our focus is to provide guidance, access to networks and connections within beverage alcohol.



Drinkaware is an independent charity which aims to reduce alcohol-related harm by helping people make better choices about their drinking. We achieve this by providing impartial, evidence-based information, advice and practical resources; raising awareness of alcohol and its harms and working collaboratively with partners.


Wine in Moderation (Belgium)

Enjoy the best wine has to offer in moderation, avoid excess. Follow our guidelines for a moderate and responsible consumption of wine. We are a unique coalition of responsible wine organisations who believe in a sustainable culture of wine. Wine in moderation is for all wine producers and wine professionals who want to responsibly present, sell and serve wine.


Where to Buy Non-Alcoholic Wine in Canada

Some Good Clean Fun

Here’s a guide where you can buy non alcoholic wine, non alcoholic beer and non alcoholic spirits in Canada.


Health-Related Resources

RAINN Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

If you or anyone you know is struggling with issues related to sexual violence, we encourage you to visit RAINN’s website at or access the free, confidential, and anonymous National Sexual Assault Hotline 24/7 at 800.656.HOPE (4673) or online at These access points connect you with a hotline specialist where you can receive support, and share as little or as much as you want of your story.


World-Class-Women-Made Wines

That give back to female-centered charities.

Une Femme wines are perfect for celebrating life’s moments that matter – big and small. Whether toasting to landing the dream job, smashing yet another glass ceiling or just making it through the week, sometimes we just need a bit of sparkle. At Une Femme, we believe that when women gather over wine, we don’t just raise a glass – we raise each other up.



Diversity-Related Resources



Vinequity aims to ensure that people who identify as Black, Indigenous or People of Colour (including BIPOC people who identify as LGBTQ+ or are living with a disability) that work in all aspects of the wine industry are given equitable treatment and opportunities to access, grow and thrive as visible leaders in the Canadian Wine Industry


The Hue Society

The Hue Society, founded in 2017 by Tahiirah Habibi, is a trailblazing organization increasing Black, brown, and Indigenous representation and access in the wine industry. By connecting a prominent community of innovators, sommeliers, and winemakers, with a rapidly growing population of Black wine enthusiasts, The Hue Society is bridging the gap in economic inclusion and representation for communities of color.


Wine Unify

Welcome. Elevate. Amplify. Join us as we celebrate diversity in the wine industry.

Wine Unify was founded on the belief that education is the cornerstone to progress in any field. Yet many ethnic and racial minorities experience significant barriers to entry – be it financial, mentorship, or a general feeling of exclusion. We seek to change that by fostering wine education for underrepresented minority groups, and amplifying the voices of the people of color who are already thriving within the wine industry. We do this by way of outreach, awards, and education, as well as various other elements within our initiatives. Join us!


The Roots Fund

The Roots Fund is a nonprofit organization focused on securing a pathway for the BIPOC community in wine. Built to create financial support for education, mentorship, and job placement opportunities, The Roots Fund is “doing the work” to create inclusivity for communities of color in the wine industry. Since its foundation in 2020, the organization has raised over a half million dollars and created more than 100 scholarships that will bring years of change and equity into the wine industry.


Wine Empowered


The Alliance of Women in Washington Wine

Providing Opportunity and Education for All
Our goal is to build a safe community to inspire, connect, and advance women and their advocates in the Washington wine industry. Not only do we want to build a more diverse and inclusive Washington wine industry, we want to build a better community.



Assemblage is an Oregon-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization aimed at addressing disparities within the global wine industry and at altering the balance of power in favor of under-represented wine professionals including BIPOC, LGBTQQIA+, and those with disabilities.We offer and promote diversity, equity, & inclusion training for wine businesses and produce an annual two-day symposium in Oregon to foster diverse and inclusive workplaces that thrive and benefit all.


AHIVOY Asociacion Hispana de la Industria del Vino en Oregon y Comunidad

AHIVOY is a nonprofit organization creating opportunities and empowering Latinx and Hispanic vineyard workers of the Willamette Valley to overcome socioeconomic challenges. We provide education and professional development, paving the way for our hardest-working community members to support their families and establish careers in the wine industry.

Sofia Torres-McKay is the co-owner of Cramoisi Vineyard and Winery and a co-founder of AHIVOY, a prominent activist group for vineyard employees.





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