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Alcohol Self-Management Resources

We want to make sure that you have the resources and information you need to manage your alcohol use. Below you will find some resources that may be of help to you.


Supports at HQ

If you are interested in joining a group at HQ to discuss your alcohol use, please ask to speak with a clinician. If you are not at the clinic, when you are there next, please answer “yes” to our screening question about receiving mental health support.

Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines

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If you choose to drink, these guidelines can help you decide when, where, why and how.

Knowing Your Limits with Alcohol: A Practical Guide to Assessing Your Drinking

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This guide, developed by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction, provides a way to assess your own drinking patterns to get a better idea of your risk level. If you decide you want to change your alcohol consumption, this guide has steps, tips, and a drink tracker to help you do that.

Smart Recovery Toronto

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Smart Recovery is an evidence-based organization that offers free, in-person, and online support groups in a safe space for people seeking independence from any type of addictive behaviours. They also offer a support program for family members and friends who want to help people in recovery.