How can you tell whether you—or someone close to you—may have a drinking problem?
Answering the following questions can help you find out.
One "yes" suggests a possible alcohol problem. More than one "yes" means it is highly likely that a problem exists.
If you think that you or someone you know might have an alcohol problem, it is important to see a doctor or other health-care provider right away. They can help you determine if a drinking problem exists and plan the best course of action.
Even if you answered "no" to all of the above questions, if you are encountering drinking-related problems with your job, school, relationships, health, or with the law, you should seek professional help. The effects of alcohol abuse can be extremely serious, both to you and to others.
Free and confidential assessments and counseling are available at Cabrini’s Counseling Center. Visit Founder's Hall Room 95, visit www.cabrini.edu/Counseling, or call 610-902-8561 to schedule an appointment.