If you want to get sober and make positive changes in your life, the UB Behavioral Health Clinic's no-cost program is designed to help you.
If you think you have a drinking problem, we encourage you to take the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) — a brief screening tool developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) to assess alcohol consumption, drinking behaviors, and alcohol-related problems.
12 ounce (5%) can or bottle of beer or
5 ounce (12%) glass of wine or
1 ½ ounces (80 proof) of hard liquor (e.g., vodka, whisky, etc.) either straight or in a mixed drink
|If you said "yes" to:||Your drinking problem may be:|
|6 or more symptoms||Severe|
You may be eligible for the UB Behavioral Health Clinic's research-based treatment program if you:
To find out if you qualify, please contact us at 716-887-3353.
If you are not eligible for a clinical trial at UB's Behavioral Health Clinic (BHC), we will offer you a referral.
Clinical trial treatment services at the UB Behavioral Health Clinic are provided at no cost to participants. You do not need personal insurance.
At the UB Behavioral Health Clinic:
"Great program, and without it I would not be sober or where I am today.”
"A very structured approach that is easy to follow."
"This program has been very helpful. I am glad I came."