Practical suggestions for how to talk with a friend about a drinking problem.
With 1 in 17 Americans abusing alcohol in the U.S., more than 10% of U.S. children live with a parent with alcohol problems. What is the face of a typical alcohol drinker? Learn in this infographic.
Facing drinking problems? Looking for a way out? Alcohol Helplines can offer you support, understanding, and guidance. More about alcohol hotlines and what to expect during and after the conversation here.
Chronic alcohol abuse can damage the central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system. It can also cause severe health effects to all other parts of your body. Read this article and learn about the long term effects of alcohol on the body.
In How I Became My Father…A Drunk, Bill Brochert tells his transgenerational family story of alcoholism. More on why this book is a page-turner (and we recommend it for your recovery library) like few others. Our thoughts here.
Consuming larger quantities of alcoholic drinks, frequently and for a long period of time can cause significant physical and mental changes. More in this infographic.
There are several ways you can cut back on alcohol. Here, we share five (5) tips with you about how you can quit and why it is good for you in the long run.
Alcohol and marijuana use is prevalent among college students. How can you address it from home and before your child goes off to college? More here.
Did you know that the harm alcohol causes in the body can directly influence your brain and your psychological health? We explain more here, and you can learn better from graphically shown data.
What’s the difference between unhealthy drinking and a drinking problem? We review here.