Understanding alcohol, drugs and tobacco
Understanding and resisting peer pressure
Do I have alcohol use disorder?
We aren't professionals, so we can't diagnose you and neither can the internet. However, this information might help you understand alcohol use disorder more and encourage you to seek treatment if you think you might.
A test designed to help you understand if you have might have alcohol use disorder or might have problem safely drinking.
A helpful site to prepare and encourage a loved one who might have alcohol use disorder to cut down on drinking habits, including some reflective questions and activities.
Learn some facts about alcohol drinks and units, health effects of alcohol, drinking habits and behaviors, alcohol and the law, and how alcohol affects relationships. Also receive advice on whether you may drinking too much, ways to reduce your drinking, ways to stay safe while drinking, or what to do if you're concerned about someone else.
Self-care tips if you've been affected by someone else's drinking
Sometimes we think we're helping someone when we're really not and sometimes we hurt ourselves in the process. Here are 9 things a person who loves someone with alcohol use disorder should do, avoid, or stop doing.
Helping someone who had to much to drink
Quitting smoking and coping skills
Our other resource pages
Visit our Counseling and Health Care resource pages for local agencies that can help you overcome your drug and/or alcohol addiction:
Visit our Calendar and Activities page if you need ideas of things to do rather than using drugs and alcohol: