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Q:  How Can a Person Get Help for an Alcohol Problem?

You can call the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment at 1-800-662-HELP for information about treatment programs in your local community and to speak to someone about an alcohol problem.

Many people also benefit from support groups. For information on local support meetings run by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), call your local AA chapter (check your local phone directory under "Alcoholism") or call 212-870-3400.

For meetings of Al-Anon (for friends and family members in an alcoholic person's life) and Alateen (for children of alcoholics), call your local Al-Anon chapter or call the following toll-free numbers: 1-800-344-2666 (United States) or 1-800-443-4525 (Canada)
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