Saturday, March 6, 2010 is a new, scientifically proven, program to help people learn how to change their drinking

"Our web site is for drinkers who want to change their drinking. If you are looking for answers about moderate drinking or abstaining, you may find our program useful. We can help you make responsible decisions about your drinking. We can also help you be successful in cutting back on your drinking. Before you register, consider our Guided Tour to see what we have to offer.

  • Our protocol is evidence-based. This means we have evidence from a federally funded, randomized clinical trial of the program.
  • What is moderate drinking? This page defines moderate drinking; what it is and what it isn't.
  • Is moderate drinking for everyone? The short answer is NO. There are a many reasons to consider abstaining if you’re considering a change in your drinking.
  • What might your chances of success be if you tried to moderate my drinking? Take a quick questionnaire and get feedback based on scientific research.
  • If you decide to try moderate drinking how can you learn how to do it? Here is a description of our program on how to cut back and maintaining moderate drinking over time. There also is much here if you're considering abstaining.
  • A picture is worth a thousand words. Here is a video demo of the program. It's large so please be patient while it loads.
  • We also recommend that you consider joining Moderation Management, a unique support group for people wanting to moderate their drinking.

Register to use our site."

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