If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line at 988 and press 1, or Text 838255. You can also call 911.

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.

Want to know why people might use alcohol to cope and how to handle stress in a healthier way? Let’s find out!

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Find out ways to track how much you're spending on alcohol and tips for keeping costs low.

Learn different ways to model responsible drinking and how you can be an example for others to follow.

Have you ever thought about taking a break from alcohol but haven’t made the leap? Let’s see what hitting pause on drinking really looks like.

Check out these ideas and tips on how to best support someone who is changing their drinking habits

Find out why it’s unhealthy to use alcohol to cope with chronic stress and learn about healthy alternatives to use instead.

Change is a natural part of military life. Learn about healthy ways to conquer the situation.

Check out the following videos to support your efforts in helping Service members drink responsibly.

You know you need to eat healthy and exercise, but you may not know that too much alcohol can impact your weight.

Did you know that alcohol can be a factor in 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.

Challenge yourself to drink responsibly when celebrating.

Who says you can’t wind down or celebrate success with a drink or two? Have fun, but just make sure you know how alcoholic drinks may affect you.

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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.

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.

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.

Check out these eight factors that can affect how quickly you start feeling buzzed, tipsy or drunk.

Drinking even a little bit of alcohol makes it risky to drive. Check out five ways you and your buddies can get home safely.

Find out how heavy drinking may be affecting your wallet, your health and your future.

What is your reason to drink responsibly? Let us know and find out what fellow Service members are saying!

Drinking too much gets in the way of making magical holiday memories – and keeping them too. Don’t miss out because of alcohol.

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

Don’t let alcohol fool you – find out how your body will thank you for cutting back on drinks.

Find out how mixing alcohol and tobacco is affecting you.

If you think booze makes everything better, think again! Alcohol can really get in the way of some of your favorite activities.

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 at 988 and press 1, or Text 838255. You can also call 911.