Do you ever find yourself thinking you may have a drinking problem? National Alcohol Screening Day, or NASD, is held on April 6th and the goal is to help spread awareness on the dangers of alcohol dependency.

On this day thousands of colleges and community based organizations host screening centers across the country to provide support to those in need. People who attend the screenings are often asked to complete a written self-assessment of their alcohol abuse and health care professionals attend to offer advice to those in need of guidance.

The NASD also targets college students who may be looking for help with alcohol abuse and binge drinking. It is important for students to have the ability to seek guidance if they feel their alcohol consumption is getting out of hand. Alcohol abuse can lead to a number of health problems and it his never too late to seek help.

For those interested in taking an alcohol screening test online, visit howdoyouscore.org/. You can also search for alcohol screening stations by state on that site.

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