Our mission is to support and conduct research on the effects of alcohol on the health and well-being of individuals who have alcohol use disorder and provide different resources on the different treatments for this type of addiction. We empower our readers with evidence-based data to help them and their loved ones overcome alcohol addiction.
Our efforts are directed to reducing alcohol-related issues by performing the following:
- Support and conduct alcohol-related studies in different topics of scientific areas which include epidemiology, neuroscience, genetics, prevention, and treatment.
- Collaborate and support with other research institutions and associated projects on issues relating to alcohol use disorder.
- Coordinate with local, state, national, and international organizations, programs, institutions, and agencies with the same goals towards resolving alcohol-related problems.
- Disseminate proven and reliable research data and findings to policymakers, health care providers, researchers, and the public.
Our aim is to help you understand the effects of alcohol use and why it can consistent consumption can lead to addiction. We want to remove the stigma surrounding alcohol addiction and develop effective strategies to prevent and treat physical, social, and behavioral risks caused by uncontrolled consumption of alcohol.
What Makes Us Unique
- We empower you by educating you! Our goal is to encourage and guide you to take control of your physical and mental health and start a life free of alcohol and addiction.
- We know the things that truly matter to you and so we focus conducting intensive research to provide the latest information that will ultimately lead you to recovery.
- Our website is created with you in mind. The resources and information we create and provide here aim to help you understand the issue at hand, take the necessary steps, and make informed decisions.
We know that overcoming alcohol addiction can be a long and taxing journey. It can even feel impossible for some. But trust us if we say that it’s not. If you are ready to quit your addiction and receive the support and treatment that you need, you can definitely overcome alcohol addiction. No matter how heavy of a drinker you are or how weak you feel, you can live a better life any time.