National Alcohol Screening Day®

April 10, 2014

Screening for Mental Health offers alcohol screening programs for the military, colleges and universities, community-based organizations and businesses.

Held annually on Thursday of the first full week of April, National Alcohol Screening Day is an outreach, education, and screening program that raises awareness about alcohol misuse and refers individuals with alcohol problems for further treatment. Thousands of colleges, community-based organizations, and military installations provide the program to the public each year.

Military Pathways

 

flagProvide online alcohol self-assessments for service members and their families. Register to promote an NASD screening program.

Take a Screening >

CollegeResponse

 

BooksAddress risky drinking on your campus and offer in-person events and/or online validated alcohol screenings. Register today!

Take a Screening >

 

CommunityResponse

  Community

Reach members of the public through
the NASD CommunityResponse screening program. Register to host
a screening.

Take a Screening >

WorkplaceResponse

 

Address potential
alcohol Communityproblems in your
workplace. Implement the online screening program through an EAP, HR office, or existing wellness program.

Take a Screening >

Listen to the "Choose Responsibility" webinar with Speakers: Dr. John M. McCardell, Jr., President Emeritus of Middlebury College

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