Signs of Trouble

A serious alcohol problem can develop quickly, especially among young people. Any one of the following indicates a potential problem.

There is a problem if you or someone you know...

If you are someone you know is experiencing one or more of these behaviors, there may be an alcohol problem.

The Best thing you can do for yourself is to admit that help is needed and get it right away. The best thing you can do for a friend is to talk about the problem and see that he or she gets help.

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The purpose of this information.

This information was published as an experiment in publishing on the Web. While learning how to publish on the WWW, I needed something that I felt was of some value. When I was attending a local university, I assembled this information for use as a presentation to classes of undergraduate students during Substance Abuse Awareness Week. While I do believe that this information is accurate, I make no representation as to the accuracy of this information, use it with caution. If in doubt as to the application of this information to you or someone you know, contact a medical or mental health professional.

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