- Monday, September 5, 2016
- 10AM – 5PM, doors open at 9:30AM
- Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church at 230 Classon Avenue, 1st Floor
- Clinton Hill Meeting Space
Fairly obvious study, although the important distinction is that the study looked at programs that did not require alcoholics to completely stop drinking in order to stay in the shelter.
After two years, “everyday” drinking was cut by about 50%. Impressive.
Google alerts can give you a little extra help staying sober. Setting up a daily alert for “alcohol” will put an email in your inbox every day providing you with hundreds of news articles articles from around the world describing drunk driving accidents and deaths, health-related effects of alcohol and alcoholism, etc. – basically a daily rundown of the mayhem that alcohol brings to the world. Be sure and check “news” for “type.”
Setting up an alert takes five seconds. You can do it here.
I also have one set up for “alcoholism.” Other suggestions?
What do you think about low alcohol beers?
Read the article from the Washington City Paper.
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