If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line or call 911: 1-800-273-8255, press 1 or Text 838255

Is alcohol impacting your wallet, career, relationships or personal life? If so, consider checking your relationship with alcohol and learn how to get help if it’s time for a change.

Did you know that alcohol is involved in most sexual assaults? Know what you can do to keep yourself and others safe while enjoying a few beverages.

Alcohol use comes with risks. Risks to your health, to your relationships and one risk we don’t talk about as often: suicide.

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

 

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

If you down too much alcohol and lose control or put yourself or others at risk, it may be time to think about your drinking.

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.

Check out these 10 long-term effects of drinking. They might make you think twice about how you own your limits.

If you drink or spend time with buddies who drink, know the signs of alcohol poisoning to help keep yourself and others safe.

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.

Did you know that a night of drinking can give you more than a hangover? Here are a few ways to improve your health by cutting back on booze.

Alcohol can feel like a good way to take the edge off, but there are more effective (and cheaper!) ways to relax after a long day.

If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line or call 911: 1-800-273-8255, press 1 or Text 838255