Caitlynn, welcome to the forum. I am so sorry about your dad. Unfortunately, there is not a thing you can do to make him quit drinking. That is something he has to decide he wants to do on his own...and some alcoholics just never quit, regardless of how much harm it is doing to themselves or their loved ones.
If his stomach becomes too filled with fluid, it can be drained. Also, if he has esophageal varices (engorged veins in his esophagus that could rupture and bleed), they can be banded to prevent a hemorrhage. There are some things that can be done, but he needs to be under the care of a hepatologist, or at least a GI doctor. If he is in so much denial that he refuses medical care, there's not much you can do about that, either.
There are a number of people here who are in the same situation you are. My heart really goes out to you. Feel free to vent at any time. If there is anything you need to know, there is usually someone here who can give you information. You might also want to check out Hepatitis Resources at the top of the Hepatitis main page. There are some educational topics in there that might help you to understand the progression of the disease.
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