Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol Awareness Month: Recognizing the Alcohol-Free Weekend

03-31   Alcohol Awareness Month: Recognizing the Alcohol-Free Weekend

April 2016 will mark the 30th Annual National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) observance of Alcohol Awareness Month, which is acknowledged throughout the month of April. To initiate this month of awareness, April 1 through 3 is announced to be the Alcohol-Free Weekend, an integral part of the Alcohol Awareness Month. Alcohol Awareness […]


Mental health challenges of children of alcoholics

01-17   Mental health challenges of children of alcoholics

Picture a child of an alcoholic. A fundamental power imbalance prevails. If a parent yells at the child, deeming him as the problem, the child tends to believe that. The person the child would normally go to for comfort and consolation is the one who is threatening him. Emphasis on the family shifts from cooperating […]


Pessimistic about powdered alcohol: Poll reveals uncertainty over new alcoholic invention

08-05   Pessimistic about powdered alcohol: Poll reveals uncertainty over new alcoholic invention

Posted in Alcohol Abuse

The recent invention of powdered alcohol has been raising a few eyebrows. With the underage drinking rate at 22.7 percent, some foresee this product as having a high potential for abuse among those who are not yet old enough to legally drink. A recent poll suggests that 90 percent of Americans were concerned over the […]


07-13   Maryland diocese chooses recovering alcoholic to replace bishop arrested for DUI

Posted in Alcohol Abuse

The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland has chosen to replace Heather Cook, the second-highest ranking official in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, who was charged with driving while intoxicated, manslaughter and leaving the scene of an accident after hitting bicyclist Thomas Palermo with her car on December 27, 2014. Reverend Chilton R. Knudsen, a former bishop […]


07-07   80 Years of Sharing Sobriety: Celebrating the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous

June 10, 2015 marks the 80th birthday of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). In 1935, Alcoholics Anonymous was formed to aid those struggling with alcoholism by focusing on the simple principle of one alcoholic helping another. This program was the first 12-step based program and it has laid the foundation for several other similar programs that have […]


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