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Reports from across the country show an increase in alcohol use during the pandemic, following a time when we were already drinking more. Health officials and healthcare providers are encouraging Americans to drink in moderation and monitor their reactions to alcohol use.

Hangover From Alcohol Boom Could Last Long After Pandemic Ends

According to Nielsen's market data, total alcohol sales outside of bars and restaurants have surged roughly 24% during the pandemic...Read More

Director's Blog: Alcohol poses different challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic

Alcohol misuse is already a public health concern in the United States, with dramatic increases in emergency department visits and alcohol-related deaths observed in recent years...Read More

COVID-19 pandemic brings new concerns about excessive drinking

Unwinding with a glass of wine or a "quarantini" might seem like a good way to cope with the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic. But for some people, too much alcohol is making the ongoing health crisis worse...Read More

Are you worried about a loved one's drinking, or your own? Click on the buttons below for more information and resources.

Behavioral Health Treatment Service Locator
Disaster Distress HelpLine 1- 800- 985- 5990
Western WA Area 72 - Alcoholics Anonymous

Stay safe and be well,

Amber Rosewood

Cowlitz Community Network
360-442-7089 | 360-430-2991

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