Is your drinking
driving you to drink?

If you’re drinking or abusing alcohol too much and can’t or don’t want to stop, it’s time to talk to someone.

Drinking doesn’t always lead to alcohol abuse or alcohol addiction. However, if it causes issues at work, school, home, or in your relationships you probably have a problem.

Symptoms of alcohol addiction include:

  • Can’t remember what you did while drinking
  • Needing more and more to feel “good” or de-stress
  • Hurting yourself or others when drunk
  • Having others worried about your drinking
  • Feeling sick to your stomach, sweating, shaking, or feeling anxious while not drinking
  • Hiding your drinking or lying to others about it
  • Neglecting responsibilities at school or work

If you think you or someone you love may be abusing alcohol, find help and hope at one of these local organizations.

Connections(830) 629-6571visit siteSocial services, counseling, and preventative education to individuals and families.
Hill Country MHDD(830) 620-6221visit siteClinical services to promote independence and recovery in adults and children with mental health symptoms.
In Mind Out(830) 730-6090visit site(sliding scale fees available) Emotional Wellness Center
NBCM-Oakwood Counseling(830) 627-7006visit siteLicensed, professional counseling and support groups.
New Braunfels Two-Four Club830-625-0057visit siteAddiction support groups including Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon for adults, youth and families.
River City Advocacy(830) 643-0200visit siteSupport groups, life skills workshops and professional counseling for individuals and families.
STEPS(830) 391-9055visit siteCombat poverty through education, empowerment, and accountability by sharing the love of Christ through high quality mentoring services that offer real life solutions.
RecoveryWerks!(830) 310-2585visit siteRecovery support services, in a safe and nurturing environment. Their vision is "Changing the world through recovery, one underserved community at a time."