#National Alcohol Awareness Month
National Alcohol Awareness Month was first launched in 1999 by the National Institutes Of Health (NIH). The aim of this event is to increase public awareness that alcohol abuse and alcoholism.
Alcohol abuse can lead to many recognized health problems which can include anxiety, depression, sexual problems. Where alcohol abuse occurs over a longer period of time, there is increased risk of developing certain cancers, liver cirrhosis, high blood pressure and heart problems.
National Alcohol Screening Day
April 7th is National Alcohol Screening Day! Click here for your local testing centers and to find a meeting!
- Mile High Continuing Care
- Colorado School Safety Resource Center
- Aspen Ridge Recovery
- A Turning Point (testing and evaluation, court approved)
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