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Birmingham, Alabama Treatment Centers

Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center 700 South 19th Street
Birmingham, AL 35233
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Bradford Health Services Birmingham Regional Office/Jefferson 300 Century Park South
Suite 100 Birmingham, AL 35226
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Aletheia House Women Only 4246 5th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35222
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AIDS Alabama Living in Balance 2112 Avenue H
Ensley Birmingham, AL 35218
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Zukoski Outpatient 601 Princeton Avenue SW
Birmingham, AL 35211
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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers Inc/Pearson Hall 2701 Jefferson Avenue SW
Birmingham, AL 35211
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Tri County Treatment Center 5605 Clifford Circle
Birmingham, AL 35210
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Birmingham Metro Treatment Center 151 Industrial Drive
Birmingham, AL 35211
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University of Alabama at Birmingham Beacon Addiction Treatment Center 401 Beacon Parkway West Suite 150
Birmingham, AL 35209
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Needle-exchange programs Christian thing to do

The Texas Legislature is currently considering bills that would allow the establishment of programs to enable injecting drug users to exchange used syringes for sterile ones, as a proven means of reducing the spread of blood-borne diseases. The Senate version of the bill has already passed, by a vote of 23-6. An almost identical bill….

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How Drug Abuse Treatment Helps You Stay Clean and Sober

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Whether addicted to drugs or alcohol, the physical and psychological effects of addiction can transform a normal everyday person into a shell of what he or she once was. Addictive substances are well known for their ability to alter brain function in such a way as to create a cycle of dependency that becomes all….

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Alcoholics affect everyone but help is available

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Ann’s husband is an alcoholic. Spouses of alcoholics have two options — they can leave the alcoholic or they can seek help and understanding in order to live with the person they love. Ann chose the second option. For several years Ann has been attending Al-Anon. Ann is not her real name and her identity….

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Finally, the end of relapsing

Ever since the invention of alcohol and before the launch of new age treatment, people have been forced to rely upon traditional methods of achieving sobriety… everything from quitting cold turkey, to tooth grinding will power and “talk therapy” … and finally of course there’s the renowned 12 step programs introduced in the 1950s. AA….

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Alcoholism: What you might not know

Concerns about alcohol abuse have been making headlines this week. A woman who drinks two glasses of wine every day is at risk for developing liver trouble, a doctor says. A woman who drinks two glasses of wine every day is at risk for developing liver trouble, a doctor says. First, the Indian state of….

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