Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Help for Today. Hope For Tomorrow

For the last 27 years, April has been Alcohol Awareness Month. Started by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, AAM was founded to increase the public's awareness of alcohol, it's effect's, the stigma behind it, and people that suffer from alcohol abuse. Because alcoholism is treatable, NCADD has been working to help educate people, especially family members of those suffering from the disease, and end the stigmas surrounding alcohol abuse.

The last drop.

Because of the importance of AAM, we would like to link you to our most well received blog entry featuring the dangers of drinking.

If you or a family member is suffering from alcoholism or you suspect alcohol abuse please contact us for assistance. We offer professional screenings in our facilities from counselors and we can help determine the level of treatment required for you to become successful.

For more information please visit our website and to contact one of our counselors closest to you please see our locations page.

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