Drinking and your body
Drinking and your mind
Support with drinking
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If you’re concerned about your relationship with alcohol, or someone else’s, there’s a range of resources and support available.
: is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem.
Canadian Cancer Society
: is dedicated to improving the cancer experience by helping people live longer, fuller lives.
: is a national coalition of diverse federal and provincial organizations that join with carers, providers, policy makers and other stakeholders to affect positive change for carers.
: monitor your blood alcohol content over the course of a period.
Understanding Blood Alcohol Concentration
: finding your blood alcohol concentration.
Wellness Together Canada:
choose from a variety of resources to motivate and support your wellness journey. Call at: 1-888-417-2074.
Get help with problematic substance use
: find community, provincial and national support services.
Youth and alcohol
: encourages and supports parents to prevent the harms of problematic drug use by youth.
: search for family violence resources in your area.
Crisis Services Canada
: provides suicide prevention and support to the people of Canada.
Fetal alcohol syndrome disorder (FASD)
: explore resources to help people with FASD.
Canada's Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines
: read the government's recommendations on alcohol consumption to help you make smart decisions.
Are you concerned about the effects of drinking?
Whether it's about yourself or someone else, use our drinking self-assessment to understand the risk.
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If you or someone you know is drinking problematically, our list of support networks is a good place to start.
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