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Every day, more than 88 people in the United States die from alcohol-related causes.

According to a recent survey, nearly 40% of all Americans drink excessively on occasion and 10 million are problem drinkers or alcoholics. Alcohol abuse is responsible for more than half of all traffic fatalities, two-thirds of homicides, and three-quarters of suicides. Heavy drinking costs America $185 billion each year according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD). This includes health care expenses ($35 billion), lost productivity ($62 billion), and criminal justice expenditures ($45 billion).

Long island interventions can help you find out if someone has an alcohol use disorder by talking with them about their drinking habits during a confidential conversation that takes place over several sessions at our offices in New York City; we will also provide information about treatment options that may be available to your loved one. If they do have an alcohol use disorder then we will connect them to addiction treatment

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