Alcohol Harm Reduction Book

Harm reduction programs such as seat belts to reduce the damage from automobile accidents, clean needles to prevent the spread of HIV among injection drug user, and condoms distribution to prevent the spread of STDs and unwanted pregnancies have been one of the greatest success stories in the United States and for that matter the world. However, up until the present time there have been only limited harm reduction resources for people who drink alcohol. A new book released by The HAMS Harm Reduction Network seeks to help remedy this situation.

How to Change Your Drinking: a Harm Reduction Guide to Alcohol is a self-help manual which contains innumerable resources for people who wish to change their drinking habits for the better.  Readers are given a large menu of resource which they can pick and choose from as they are building their own unique and individualized alcohol harm reduction programs This book is also jam-packed with information about how alcohol affects the body and the brain. Additionally there is a section which places harm reduction in a larger societal context.

How to Change Your Drinking: a Harm Reduction Guide to Alcohol is an invaluable resource for anyone who wants to change their drinking habits for the better, whether their ultimate goal is safer drinking, reduced drinking, or quitting alcohol altogether.

To order this book, please visit Alcohol Harm Reduction Book.

Copyright © 2010, The HAMS Harm Reduction Network

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About Kenneth Anderson

Kenneth Anderson is the author of the book How to Change Your Drinking: a Harm Reduction Guide to Alcohol. He is also the founder and CEO of The HAMS Harm Reduction Network.
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