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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.

In addition to performing religious rites and services, chaplains are available for confidential counseling.

Visit your Military and Family Support Center to find a military and family life counselor who can provide confidential, non-medical counseling on situations where you might use alcohol to cope including.

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.

Military OneSource offers a wide range of support options, including confidential counseling.

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.