Iowa is participating in National Alcohol Screening Day for the first timetoday. Janet Zwick with the Iowa Health Department says there will be 20locations across the state that will offer anonymous screenings for alcoholproblems.Zwick is the Health Department’s director of the substance abuse and healthpromotion division. She says the screening can help tell you if you may havea problem.She says the experts at the screening will give you direction on how tohandle any problem.Zwick says this first day will be a test to see if people are willing toseek help.The screening centers are open in Burlington, Cedar Falls, Coralville,Council Bluffs, Decorah, Des Moines, Dubuque, Fayette, Fort Doge, Grinnell,Iowa City, Manchester, Mt. Vernon, Oelwein, Oskaloosa, Sioux City andWaterloo.
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