New Takes Stigma Out of Finding Help for Problem Drinkers

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New Website Assists with Gauging and Curbing Alcoholism

It's sometimes difficult for a person to know when they've crossed the line..., a newly re-launched website devoted to providing help and information on alcohol addiction and alcoholic rehab programs, offers easy-to-use support and assistance to people who are concerned about their alcohol use. Visiting the website enables people to determine whether they have a problem, and it also connects them with alcoholism treatment centers.

"It's sometimes difficult for people to know when they've crossed the line between social drinking and having a serious dependence on alcohol or a tendency to abuse it,” said Brian Snyder, the Support Manager at IAHC. “There's a misconception that alcohol is somehow less destructive than an addiction to drugs and easier to kick. That's dangerously false. And because alcohol is so freely accessible, it can be harder to get yourself clean and sober."

The website serves as a comprehensive resource for information on alcohol use, abuse, and alcoholism treatment. Visitors can read articles about the effects of alcohol, the causes of alcoholism, and the signs of dependency. also features a section with information on famous celebrity alcoholics, such as Elton John, Anthony Hopkins, Eminem, Stephen King, and Betty Ford. Reading about the experiences of others shows visitors that they are not alone in their struggles with alcohol and that people from all walks of life are susceptible to addiction.

Visitors to the website who are interested in alcohol treatment can complete a quick contact form for confidential support and assistance. A toll-free number is also provided for immediate help.

About aims to help visitors gauge their consumption of alcohol and determine if additional steps may be needed to curb a current or budding dependency. The company’s services are available on the Web at

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