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Information and support for those affected by alcoholism. If you are concerned about alcohol's effect on your life or a loved one's life, please feel welcome. We have a few simple rules for this subreddit:
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- Romanticizing and glorifying intoxicants
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Crowdfunding or charity appeals
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Alcoholism self-screening tests:
DSM 5 Alcohol Use Disorder screening (Scroll down.)
If you are worried about a friend or relative's drinking:
r/alanon A fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems.
SAMHSA’s National Helpline (U.S.) is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental health and/or substance use disorders.
Programs of recovery (not affiliated with reddit):
What are AA meetings like?
[What to expect at an AA meeting] (https://www.reddit.com/r/alcoholism/comments/2v573a/the_where_why_and_what_should_i_expect_at_my/) written by redditor /r/coolcrosby
Your First AA Meeting, An Unofficial Guide For the Perplexed by Floyd P. Garrett, M.D.
/r/AtheistTwelveSteppers a community for atheists in recovery.
/r/redditorsinrecovery, a place for Redditors in recovery to hang out, share experiences, and support each other.
/r/smartrecovery, focused on the SMART Recovery 4-Point Program
/r/stopdrinking, a place for redditors to motivate each other to control or stop drinking.
/r/opiatesrecovery, a support group dedicated to helping you kick the habit.
/r/leaves, for people trying to quit smoking pot or deciding if they should.
Links to recovery literature:
Other helpful links:
ICYPAA (The International Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous)
EURYPAA (The All-Europe Young People in AA Convention)
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