Promoting abstinence from alcohol through informational resources, scholarships, and grantsNavigation
Traditionally, churches are at the forefront of responding to their community’s needs. Here are suggestions on how to gradually integrate Alcohol Abstinence ideas into your church programs.Read More
We offer Educational Scholarships to Individuals seeking higher education, Grants to Churches Sponsoring Abstinence Programs, and General Information & Resources about Abstinence
Welcome to the home page for The Alcohol Problems Council of Wisconsin. If you are interested in promoting abstinence from alcohol, we are your resource!
On this web site you will find many helps that promote alcohol abstinence. This includes information about grants and scholarships, articles, bulletin inserts, and sermons, as well as links, organized by topic, that will connect you to other helpful sites.
We are a faith-based organization (related to the American Council on Alcohol Problems). Please browse around our site and discover how we can help you.
Our goal as a Council is to be as useful as possible in promoting alcohol abstinence. Our primary activities involve serving as a granting agency to financially sponsor projects and individuals, as well as serving as an information clearinghouse by creating and distributing materials that encourage alcohol abstinence.
Take a look at some some of our recent projects to get an idea of the types of endeavors we wish to support.
Faith Partners Grant
This is a collection of resources just for young people. We truly believe the idea of alcohol abstinence needs to be introduced early to kids, even to pre-teens. The level of peer pressure to drink is different for every kid, but in some cases a child will feel heavy pressure to drink in the first 2 years of high school.
If a young person is really going to stay away from drinking, his resolve must be formed years earlier through intentional and repeated training.