More than 350,000 people in Rome are thought to be at risk of alcoholism, according to research conducted by the Centro di Riferimento Alcologico Regionale (CRAR) and the city council. A study found that those who are separated or divorced are more likely than single or married people to drink to excess, while the social categories reported to be most at risk are housewives, pensioners and the young. Of the 1.8 million people in the city who drink alcohol, a million are men, but of the 350,000 thought to be at risk, 198,833 are women. Anyone concerned about alcoholism can call the CRAR on 800046655.