Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is an inability to control or stop drinking despite experiencing negative consequences. It may or may not line up with what we traditionally call ”alcoholism.”
Excessive drinking has numerous impacts on your body and mind, ranging from mild to severe. Learn which signs to look out for, and how to care for your well-being.
Quitting alcohol completely can be a challenge, but there are more ways to do it than ever before. Here is our guide to giving up (or cutting back) on alcohol.
Ria Health offers several FDA-approved medications for alcohol use disorder. When combined with counseling, this approach is proven highly effective.
At Ria, we offer weekly meetings with certified counselors to help members stay on track and build skills for long-term change. Learn more about our team’s approach.
From day one, Ria Health has offered support for the Sinclair Method—a medication-based approach to moderate drinking or abstinence with a 78 percent success rate.
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Take our short alcohol quiz to learn where you fall on the drinking spectrum and if you might benefit from quitting or cutting back on alcohol.