This month marks the 27th Annual NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month. Sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc., Alcohol Awareness Month was founded in 1987 and is held every April. The purpose is to spread awareness and understanding about alcoholism in order to erase the negative stigma attached to the disease, which prevents so many individuals from seeking help.
To help the NCADD raise awareness about alcoholism this month, we’ve created an infographic that discusses alcoholism and how people become alcoholics. At Clarity Way we are committed to helping anyone who’s suffering from an addiction understand how and why their addiction started: Are people more likely to become alcoholics because of nature or nurture? The following data and statistics break down the reasons and situations in which people turn to alcohol for comfort, along with the role that genetics play.
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