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April is Alcohol Awareness Month
Alcohol Awareness Month organized by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) as a way of increasing outreach and education regarding the dangers of alcoholism and issues related to alcohol.
A big part of the work of Alcohol Awareness Month is to address the stigma that still surrounds alcoholism and substance abuse in general. Psych Central points out that denial is a major characteristic of alcohol abuse, both from the person currently experiencing it and from friends and family members who are uncomfortable acknowledging the gravity of the situation. Dedicating this month to promoting alcohol awareness is a chance to reach people who may not comprehend the dangers of unhealthy alcohol consumption.
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism notes that 37.9 percent of college students engage in binge drinking; however, the danger of alcohol abuse goes beyond college students who get drunk at parties. Every year, 6,500 people aged 21 and under die from alcohol-related accidents, some of whom were not even drinking themselves. In addition to fatal accidents, alcoholism (at any age) contributes to higher rates of violence, sexual assault, and suicide.
Going after people whose drinking creates a public safety risk costs the government as much as $114 billion every year, according to NCADD, though the human cost of alcoholism is much higher. When we raise awareness to the causes, signs, and effects of alcoholism, learn how to address drinking problems, and know where to go for help, we can make a profound and lasting difference ourselves.