#TDHTalk: National Alcohol Awareness Month

#TDHTalk: National Alcohol Awareness Month

In today’s society, alcohol addiction is something that we could all know a little more about. Alcohol is legal. Drinking alcohol is legal. But the word legal doesn’t mean that it’s safe or healthy. In honor of Alcohol Awareness Month, we thought it would be a good idea to explore why something that is so ingrained in our culture is actually just as dangerous a drug as the ones that are dubbed illegal. Join us for our weekly Twitter Chat about alcoholism, why we need to talk more about it, and how it impacts our communities. 

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#TDHTalk: Let’s Talk About Alcohol (National Alcohol Awareness Month)

Date: Wednesday, April 25th 2018 at 11 AM PST

Answer w/ ‘A1’, ‘A2’ etc so we know which question it’s for. And type ‘#TDHTalk’ w/ your answers so it shows up in the feed.

Q1. Why is it so important for us to talk about #AlcoholAwareness? #TDHTalk

Q2. How can parents teach their children to say no to underage drinking? #TDHTalk

Q3. Alcohol abuse can be easy to hide. What are some signs that someone you love could be drinking too much? #TDHTalk

Q4. Alcohol is usually synonymous with fun. Fun = happy. Right? What are some ways that alcohol can negatively impact your mental and physical health? #TDHTalk

Q5. Last question: what advice do you have for someone who wants to quit drinking? #TDHTalk

About the Reviewer: Chris Barnes

Chris BarnesChristopher Barnes has worked in health care for over thirty years. He is a graduate of Alabama State University where he earned a double Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work and Psychology in 1982. Christopher Barnes is currently the Director of Clinical services at The Discovery House where he has been employed for the past five years. Because of his extensive experience in health care & substance abuse he has an excellent rapport with constituents, clients, and other professional organizations in the counseling/social service community.

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