Monday, April 3, 2017

Alcohol Awareness Month resources available at alcohologist website

The free Alcohol Awareness Month Alcopocalypse whitepaper is available for download at Paper copies for mailing to U.S. addresses are available for $1 each (includes postage) or $6 per 10 to a single address. 

Stevens's four books on alcohol and health are available on the website and everywhere books are sold. Of note for the 31st Alcohol Awareness month is the newest title, I can't see the forest with all these damn trees in the way.  His 2016 Alcohol Awareness Month educational DVD series, The A-Files: Alcohol A-Z is available on Amazon in a limited-stock re-release. In  2015, the author released the Alcohology app still available for Android devices.

Founded and sponsored by The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), Alcohol Awareness Month is recognized every April. It was established in 1987 to help reduce the stigma so often associated with alcoholism by encouraging communities to reach out to the American public each April with information about alcohol, alcoholism and recovery. Stevens points out the effort is great on informing the public about alcohol-related car wrecks and the disease of alcoholism, but "there is far more to this drug. It's a toxin and known carcinogen with no health benefit, for either gender, at any age, in any amount."

Addicted Minds’ Editor-in-Chief, Scott Stevens, is the author of four alcohol books including the December 2016 release, I Can’t See The Forest With All These Damn Trees In The Way: The Health Consequences of Alcohol. Buy the new BookLocker title now on Amazon (,, and everywhere books are sold. Stevens also heads up BlogTender LLC, a content marketing firm headquartered in Lake Geneva, Wis.