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Thinking about changing your relationship with alcohol?


The decision to change your drinking is up to you. Mixed feelings are normal. Here's an online quiz to help you help to weigh your pros and cons.

https://www.rethinkingdrinking.niaaa.nih.gov/Thinking-about-a-change/Its-up-to-you/Pros-And-Cons-Checkboxes.aspx


https://www.rethinkingdrinking.niaaa.nih.gov/Thinking-about-a-change/Its-up-to-you/To-Cut-Down-Or-To-Quit.aspx


Peer Support

AA meetings are held:

Sundays and Wednesdays

7 pm

Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 512 N. Tyler Ave., Pinedale


Social Support

One potential challenge when people stop drinking is rebuilding a life without alcohol. It may be important to:

  • Educate family and friends

  • Develop new interests and social groups

  • Find rewarding ways to spend your time that don’t involve alcohol

  • Ask for help from others

When asking for support from friends or significant others, be specific. This could include:

  • Not offering you alcohol

  • Not using alcohol around you

  • Giving words of support and withholding criticism

  • Not asking you to take on new demands right now

  • Going to a group like Al-Anon

Local Professional Support

High Country Behavioral Health

307-367-2111

https://health.hcbh.org/


Teton Behavior Therapy

(307) 734-6040

https://tetonbehaviortherapy.com/

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