From the June 1971 magazine.

About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment

Concerted Church Program Accents 'the Disease Concept'

MADISON, WIS.--Madison churches are planning what could be the broadest campaign against alcoholism ever experienced anywhere. Meetings will be held on 32 consecutive days. . .in the Madison Churches on Alcoholism program. The object is to impress on alcoholics that their illness is treatable and to dispel the myth that there is a moral problem connected with it.

Fifty-nine churches have arranged to participate in the 32 meetings. Others are still being contacted, [About 80 finally joined in the effort.] Charles W. Anderson, president of the Fund for Action on Alcoholism here, said...

-- Journal

Milwaukee, Wisconsin