The American Council on Alcohol Problems (ACAP) provides the forum and the mechanism through which concerned persons can find common ground on alcohol and other drug problems and address these issues with a united voice.
It is the successor organization to the American Temperance League and the Anti-Saloon League established in 1895. The membership of ACAP is presently made up of state temperance organizations, national Christian denominations and other fraternal organizations that support ACAP’s philosophy of abstinence.
The Board of Directors which governs
the organization is made up of representatives from the state affiliates plus a
number of religious denominations, fraternal organizations and other groups
which cooperate in this work.