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24-Hour Alcohol Abuse & Addiction Hotline Numbers

Whether you or your loved one is struggling with alcohol use disorder, an alcohol abuse helpline could be a good place to start your recovery. Seeking help isn’t an easy step to take, but it’s an important one. Admitting to yourself that you have a problem may be difficult, and admitting to others seems even harder. However, admission navigators on the other side of the line are ready to help

In general, around 10% of people who drink excessively could potentially be diagnosed with alcohol use disorder.1 In 2019, 14.1 million adults aged 18 and older had problems with alcohol abuse. Even among teenagers aged 12-17, there were around 414,000 cases of alcohol use disorder in the same year.2

Fatal cases are no exception with AUD, especially when mixing alcohol with drugs. On average, there are 95,000 people who die from excessive alcohol use yearly in the United States.1 This can be stopped by early recognition of the problem and then with prevention from progressing to later stages of AUD.4 Helplines for alcohol abuse can be the place to start and you may be just a phone call away from changing the course of your life or the life of your loved one. 


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