Get help

If you’re concerned about your relationship with alcohol, or someone else’s, there’s a range of resources and support available.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous is a free support group that offers help for anyone choosing to stop drinking.
  • National Cancer Research provides information on how alcohol affects your risk of the disease.
  • Rethinking Drinking offers resources and guidance about moderate drinking and provides tools to help people who may drink too much.
  • Alcohol Treatment Navigator helps people understand what treatment is and how to select the best option for someone who needs help.
  • Responsibiity.org provides tools and resources for young people, parents and educators about the dangers of underage drinking, impaired driving and empowering responsible drinking choices.
  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) offers information about impaired driving.
  • The Virtual Bar helps people understand how different factors affect your blood alcohol content.
  • The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Hotline provides advice on how to get help and a full list of support networks to contact. Call 1 800-HELP (4357) anytime.
  • The National Domestic Violence Hotline gives support to both adults and children experiencing domestic violence. Call 1 800-799-7233 anytime.
  • 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines offers guidance to help people make informed choices about drinking.

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