Helpline: Addiction - Alcohol Support

Alcohol Addiction: Information and Resources
Alcohol addiction is a growing problem. There are information and resources available to help you or a loved one out. Remember that if alcohol and drug addiction is not treated timely, they can trigger other health problems. There are many addiction treatment options that your health care service provider can direct you to. As a caregiver for someone with alcohol addiction, you must do your research and ask the more experienced caregivers for support and information. By doing so, you'll be able to provide better support to someone struggling with alcohol.

ExtendaTouch has a dedicated addiction hotline that you can access online. Our community members have either experienced alcohol abuse or cared for people with substance abuse. They can help you understand the signs and symptoms of the problem, explore alcohol treatment options, and help you cope with the caregiving challenges. Caring for a person with substance use disorder can be stressful and emotionally draining. Many of our alcohol hotline group members are more experienced. They can provide your emotional support and share helpful information and resources with you.

Alcohol Addiction Helpline
Dealing with alcohol problems is a difficult job. You may feel physically and mentally exhausted at times. In such a case, consider getting help from relevant support groups and share your concerns with your family members. ExtendaTouch's alcohol addiction helpline is one such helpful resource where you can meet and exchange information with people who have suffered from the condition or cared for someone with an alcohol abuse history. Our fellow members are available to support you and provide useful information. Request contact with our members who relate and start getting support.

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MakingADifferenceForCaregivers, Volunteer Coach
Alcoholism runs in my family. It can be hard to navigate caring for them when there is still anger built up from over the years. It is important to know that at some point they no longer had control over there actions and needed help.
I care(d) a total of 2 years for a malefemale
I have live 15 years with my father and I have gone through a lot with his addiction to drinking. I have taken care of him a lot.
I care(d) a total of 1 year for a male