Resources

In our mission to help people realize their full potential, we recommend these resources.

Our Press

Millennial women may become as likely to binge drink as millennial men.

More people are consuming alcohol in risky ways. That’s not a good trend.

Web-based drink tracking and alcohol control programs have mushroomed in recent years.

Other Press

Most people recover, often on their own.

The risks of moderate drinking are smaller than other risks in our lives.

Researchers called binge drinking a “salient problem” on college campuses.

Our Research

Evaluation of Two Web-Based Alcohol Interventions in the U.S. Military

The College Drinker’s Check-Up: Outcomes of Two Randomized Clinical Trials of a Computer-Delivered . . .

The Computer-based Drinker’s Check-up: 12 month outcomes of a controlled clinical trial with . . .

Other Research

Our Blog

Most people resolve their difficulties with alcohol, cocaine, heroin, and nicotine on their own, without professional help. However, research shows that behavior change happens slowly, and more support is needed to speed the self-guided change process.

That you ask this question suggests that you (or others) have some concerns about your drinking.

Other Resources

Pointing the way to evidence-based care.

Handbook of alcoholism treatment approaches: effective alternatives.

SMART Recovery® maintains a list of evidence-based, cognitive behavioral treatment programs.

Is a lay-led non-profit dedicated to reducing the harm caused by alcohol.