NCADD’s 2014 Campaign for Alcohol Awareness Month: “Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow.”

NCADD's 2014 Campaign for Alcohol Awareness Month: “Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow.” | Transcend Recovery Community

Since April of 1987, NCADD (the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc.) have been sponsors and promoters of  Alcohol Awareness Month each and every year to help increase public awareness and understanding, reduce stigma, and encourage local communities to implement more resources for sober help that focuses on substance abuse, alcoholism, and alcohol-related issues. This April, NCADD highlights the important public health issue of underage drinking, a problem with devastating individual, family, and community consequences.

With 2014’s theme being “Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow,” the entire month of April will be filled with local, state, and national events aimed at educating people about the treatment and prevention of alcoholism.

To learn more about NCADD’s 2014 campaign for Alcohol Awareness Month, click here >>

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