Alcohol Awareness Month

“Alcohol Awareness Month is a public health program organized by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence as a way of increasing outreach and education regarding the dangers of alcoholism and issues related to alcohol. The program was started in April 1987 with the intention of targeting college-aged students who might be drinking too much as part of their newfound freedom. It has since become a national movement to draw more attention to the causes and effects of alcoholism as well as how to help families and communities deal with drinking problems.”
Source: alcohol.org

Here we will collect different videos that individuals have made talking about alcohol issues on alcohol awareness month.

END THE STIGMA – by Driessenable
“It’s Alcohol Awareness Month in April, and I have created a video of my experience in regards to this to try and help those that are struggling with alcoholism. Please help me end the stigma and outlook on mental issues by sharing this video around to as many people as you can. It would mean the world to me if even one person was able to seek help because of this message.”

April is Alcohol Awareness Month by Roy Smalley
“With the stress and anxiety of covid-19, it can be easy right now to turn to excessive alcohol use to deal with things. Here are a few tips on how to emphasize moderation.”

Why I Don’t do Drugs & Alcohol – by Choua Khang
“According to the National Day Calendar, “the month of April is National Alcohol Awareness Month in America” (https://nationaldaycalendar.com/natio…). I wanted to send a message about what I think about it. Have a listen and let me know your thoughts :D”

APRIL IS ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH – by NCADD GDA
NOW MORE THAN EVER ALCOHOL AWARENESS AND EDUCATION IS PARAMOUNT AS WE NAVIGATE THROUGH THESE UNCHARTED TERRITORIES WITH THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

Alcohol Awareness Month & Intentional Role-Modeling during Lockdown – by Zachary McDaniel

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