From the October 1944 magazine.

Members of the Women's Organizing Committee

The National Committee for Education on Alcoholism, Inc., sponsored by the Yale Plan for Alcohol Studies, will open its offices on October 2, 1944, at 2 East 103rd Street (Room 447, New York Academy of Medicine Building), New York, 29, N. Y. The Committee has been organized as a nonprofit membership corporation under Connecticut charter. Its membership is made up of persons from all fields of activity who are concerned with the problem of alcoholism and interested in a program of activity toward its solution. Its executive director and her secretary are both members of Alcoholics Anonymous.

The National Committee believes that alcoholism is a public health problem that can be solved, should be solved now, and is a public responsibility to solve now. To further this aim through educational means is the duty assumed by the National Committee.

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