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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers Inc/Pearson Hall


2701 Jefferson Avenue SW
Birmingham, AL 35211


(205) 923-6552

Treatment & Detox Guide

Drug Treatment Center Costs

If you are already down in the dumps, addiction has taken over your life and you are in the need of treatment than chances are that the costs of drug treatment are very, very intimidating to you. Unfortunately, the costs of drug treatment can be a major downfall for many especially those who have already….

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New coalition attacks 'culture' of alcohol use

In Dane County, more young people between seventh and 12th grades are abstaining from alcohol than regularly using it, according to a 2005 assessment. Still, the fact that nearly 30 percent of local youth are considered regular drinkers is a cause for concern for many. About 30 people turned out Monday night for the first….

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No healthy alcohol

Beware of claims that alcohol is good for you, especially if you are a minor, according to Staff Sgt. Douglas Perry of the Virginia National Guard. During the “Safe Schools/Safe Communities” program at Martinsville High School on Wednesday night, Perry, who is with the Guard’s Counterdrug Task Force, recalled hearing news reports of how having….

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Residential treatment centers

Addiction of any type has the power to ruin the life of an individual completely, so much so that it can lead to the death of the affected or even provoke the individual to become a social threat. The causes of addiction are not exact; anything can lead an individual to get addicted.    The….

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Effects of binge drinking linger

Heavy drinking adversely affects a person’s performance and perception hours after alcohol has left the body, researchers in Rhode Island said. Researchers at Brown University recruited 95 healthy adults ages 21 to 35 who had reported having a hangover at least one time within the month before the research began. The participants were randomly assigned….

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