Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is a chronic relapsing brain disease. Patients with AUD have difficulty controlling alcohol use despite significant consequences. In the US, 28 million people suffer from AUD; 10Xs more than the Opioid Use Disorder epidemic. Problems related to alcohol are on the rise post-COVID. In 2020, alcohol related deaths exceeded COVID-related deaths among 16- to 64-year-olds.
Science Over Stigma - Debunking the Myths of AUD
Do Not Seek Treatment Because It Does Not Work
Current 30-Day Treatment Success Rate
Increase In Alcohol Use In Women With Young Children
For 90+ years we have defined AUD as a behavioral problem and a moral failing. Inaccurate beliefs have led to poorly designed, inaccessible treatment. It is time to stop blaming the patient when the actual problem is insufficient and ineffective treatment. It is time to leverage science and technology to bring compassionate, effective, medical treatment and behavioral support into patient’s homes anonymously and securely.
Are You Worried That You Or Someone You Love Has A Problem With Alcohol Use?
Typically, people do not seek treatment for their alcohol use until their lives are out of control. Let’s help you get control over your alcohol use before it has control over you.
It's Time To End The Stigma
Everyone needs care, not just those at "rock bottom."
It's Never To Early To Get Care
Early treatment prevents liver and brain disease.
Start Your Journey Today
The sooner you start treatment, the sooner you achieve your goals.
Do You Know What AUD Is Costing You?
Alcohol use is more costly than you may realize. People rarely understand how much money is spent on alcohol alone. They are almost never aware of the down-stream costs of uncontrolled alcohol use.
Legal fees (e.g. DUI)
Increased insurance premium
Increased Medical Expenses
Impact of poor credit
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