Denial in alcoholism is a real disease

Most who suffer from substance use or alcoholism deny it. They underestimate their ability to control the craving or to quit, the amount of alcohol they drink, and the impact it has had on their life. Denial is a common trait of any addiction, no one wants to readily admit they have a problem.


Alcoholism claims thousands of lives each year

Alcoholism is the third-leading preventable cause of death in the United States, claiming the lives of more than 90,000 people every year.


Have conversations

Speak openly and honestly with friends and trusted family members about alcohol awareness month.

Together we can make a difference