Workers Assistance Program of Texas
The Workers Assistance Program of Texas is a program to help union members and their families who may be experiencing problems as a result of alcohol and or drug abuse. Officially known as the United Labor Legislative Committee Workers Assistance Program of Texas, it is a program from the Texas AFL-CIO, with cooperation from the Texas Commission on Alcoholism.
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Workers Assistance Program of Texas Records
Scope and Contents This collection contains the 1974-1978 organizational papers of the Workers Assistance Program of Texas (WAPT), a division of the AFL-CIO that helps union members and their families with the treatment and prevention of alcohol abuse. The collection contains a number of documents created by J.L. Cook, a former Executive Director of the WAPT.The collection is divided into six series. The first series, Alcohol Abuse Treatment / Prevention Programs, consists of documents that provide...
Dates: 1974-1978; 1975-1978