selika, My opinion 1st he has to want to stop drinking and realize he has a drinking problem. I've been sober over 20 years so it's possible to quit drinking. If he has medical insurance, look into going to an alcohol & drug treatment center, some have outpatient plans where you go there on a scheduled time but still go to work or stay at home.
there is Alcoholics Anonymous, usually listed in a local phone book or go to alcoholics anonymous https://aa.org/ there is a meeting finder/locator on the site.. this option is free..
Again it all goes back to does he want to quit? or do you want him to quit? It's not easy admitting you have a problem, especially to other people/strangers. Perhaps your husband is just a heavy drinker? Can he not drink for a day? a week ? a month ? you might consider going to Alanon--google it.
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You don't panic or worry. I recommend that you contact the free alcohol treatment centers Addiction Resource https://addictionresource.com/drug-rehab/free-rehabs/. You will be able to receive a full consultation on the treatment and rehabilitation of people who have an alcohol addiction.