Each Service policy allows you to self-refer or self-identify for potential alcohol misuse or abuse before an incident happens, so you can start getting help. Find more information about your branch’s policy.

Reshape your drinking routine with these small, simple tips and add a whole lot of ‘wow’ to your life.

 

Find materials on drinking responsibly.

 

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Find a variety of resources including Service-specific programs and mobile apps to help you drink responsibly.

Thinking about your drinking behaviors? Find out if you need help for alcohol use.

Talking to someone about an alcohol use concern can be hard, but you might be able to help your friend or loved one. Follow these Dos and Don’ts when talking to someone about alcohol use.

If one of your friends or loved ones is having trouble with alcohol, your support can make a difference. Reaching out to a peer who is struggling is difficult, but it shows that you care.

Learn about other non-military support options in your area, as well as online tools that can help you explore other support and treatment options.

If you’re feeling bogged down after the holiday season, you’re not alone. Take a break from rich food and alcohol to allow yourself some much-deserved rest and relaxation.

To protect your career or even save a life, speak up about alcohol use concerns before they become a real issue.

The mission might make it hard for you to get enough good sleep. Don’t let alcohol make it even harder.

 

Order free print and promotional materials to support your efforts addressing alcohol use among Service members.

 

Sign up for our quarterly e-Newsletter for updates on the Own Your Limits campaign and valuable resources, such as sample messages and talking points, to help you encourage and empower Service members to drink responsibly.