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A message to the Community.

Alcohol Awareness Month

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and CAAA joins with other organizations, such as National Council for Alcoholism and National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Let this be a time where we can raise awareness and get a better understanding of alcohol abuse.

Alcohol Awareness Month serves as an opportunity to address the impact of alcohol misuse on individuals, families, and communities and to promote healthier behaviors surrounding alcohol consumption.

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Diversity Month

Diversity Month is observed in a variety of countries. This month is an opportunity to celebrate and promote diversity and inclusion within communities and workplaces. 

Diversity Month is a reminder of the importance of embracing and celebrating diversity in all of its forms. Continuing to work together as a community, we can welcome evironments where everyone feels valued and respected. 

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Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center was established in 2000 by the Pennsylvania Coalition.


The purpose of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month is about raising public awareness and being able to promote ideas that can prevent sexual assault.

Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month provides an opportunity for individuals, organizations, and communities to come together to address the serious issue of sexual violence, promote survivor empowerment, and work toward creating safer and more respectful environments for all.

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Posted: April 2024

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