April is Alcohol Responsibility Month
Defining the Future of Alcohol Responsibility, Together
Our 30th Anniversary gave us a chance not only to celebrate the significant progress made in our first three decades, but also to look toward the future. Moving forward, the challenges are getting more complex — as drinking patterns and trends change and evolve, as cannabis is legalized more widely, as kids head back to school after learning and living virtually, and as we emerge from a pandemic that has upended our lives.
While our 30th Anniversary campaign comes to an end this month, our work has really only just begun.
So, it’s time to recommit to the mission. It’s time to build on our collective success. And there’s no better time to double-down on our dedication to defining the future of alcohol responsibility together than during Alcohol Responsibility Month.
Let’s get to work.
See the activities listed below for ways you can get involved this Alcohol Responsibility Month!
Alcohol Responsibility Month Webinars
Webinar: April 12 @ 12PM EST | Debunking the Myths of Underage Drinking
From declining underage drinking rates to influences, conversations, changing trends in education and mental health, please join us as we have a discussion about kids, parents, and how to define the future of alcohol responsibility.
Instagram Live: April 19 | What does Responsibility Mean to You?
We will address how relationships with alcohol have changed and how people evaluate (and re-evaluate) their relationships with alcohol. We will talk about responsible hosting, low and zero proof cocktails, and of course, responsibility!
Webinar: April 26 @ 3PM EST | Post Pandemic Mindfulness with Ruby Warrington
As we turn another page on the pandemic—and hopefully come close to closing the book—join us as we take a look at alcohol responsibility and how our attitudes about alcohol and drinking behaviors have changed over the past two years.
Building a more responsible future
Watch New Orleans-based visual artist, activist, and mentor Brandan “BMike” Odums capture the attention and imagination of a new generation of kids ready to say “YES” to a healthy lifestyle and “NO” to underage drinking.