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It is estimated that more than 14 million Americans struggle with an alcohol use disorder. These disorders can range from mild to severe and cause significant disruptions in people’s lives. An unhealthy relationship with alcohol can strain your relationships, jeopardize your health, impact your ability to work and put your safety at risk. If you are wondering if you or someone you love may be an alcoholic, here are some of the most common symptoms:

  • Inability to limit alcohol intake
  • Strong urges or cravings to drink
  • Failing to meet important work, social and family commitments because of alcohol use
  • Continuing to drink alcohol even when you know it is causing you physical, social or emotional problems
  • Feeling anxious or stressed when you do not have access to alcohol
  • Experiencing symptoms of withdrawal when you rapidly stop or decrease drinking

Over time, alcoholism can take a toll on your health. Excessive alcohol use can lead to heart problems, liver disease, bone damage, nutritional deficiencies, neurological complications and increase your risk of cancer.

Fortunately, there are effective treatment methods for an alcohol use disorder that can improve the quality of your life. At Jackson House Addiction Treatment & Recovery Center, our team uses proven techniques to help individuals learn to live without needing alcohol. Our residential treatment program provides around the clock support and is run by experienced doctors, nurses and counseling professionals.

Our alcohol addiction treatment program includes supervised detoxification (if needed), individual and group therapy, immersive activities to teach you healthy coping skills, a strong emphasis on nutrition to properly fuel your body, medication management (if needed) and ongoing support.

Wondering if you have a problem with alcohol use? Take our short self-assessment.

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Take our 10-question quiz to see if you have any signs of a alcohol addiction. If you are struggling with addiction, remember there is hope. Jackson House is here to help.

Question 1

1. How often do you drink?

Question 2

 2. When you drink, do you blackout?

Question 3

 3. Do you use alcohol to help you cope with stress, anxiety or anger?

Question 4

4. Do you hide your drinking from family or friends?

Question 5

5. Have your relationships with family and friends suffered because of your alcohol use?

Question 6

6. Have you missed deadlines at work or social obligations because of drinking?

Question 7

7. Do you feel hungover even when you are not drinking?

Question 8

8. Do you feel hungover even when you are not drinking?

Question 9

9. Do you feel an urge to drink first thing when you wake up to make it through the day?

Question 10

10. Do you want to quit drinking but feel unable to stop?

If you have selected answer A to any of the questions above you could be struggling with an alcohol use disorder. You should find a healthcare professional who can provide you with a proper diagnosis and the best treatment options for your needs. Call our team today to learn how we can help.


This quiz is for informational purposes only and not to be considered a diagnosis of a substance use disorder. Please consult a mental health professional for an appointment.

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