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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

Drinking Can Be Triggered By The Right Place And The Right Time

Strong cravings for alcohol can be sparked by the mere sight, smell and taste of a person’s favorite drink. Responses to such cues that are associated with the positive effects of drinking are a lead cause of relapse in abstinent alcoholics. Using a behavioral animal model, researchers of a new study, scheduled for publication in….

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Recognizing and Treating Alcohol Problems

While some 18 million Americans suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence, only one in eight receives treatment. Poor diagnosis may play a role in people being undertreated, but there are a growing number of tools to help people assess and understand whether they have alcohol problems. One of the latest tools is a new government….

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Choosing Between Arizona Treatment Centers for a Loved One

Helping a loved one find needed drug treatment can make a life-changing difference in the life of your loved one. Compared to other states, Arizona carried a higher than average rate for drug-related fatalities in 2008, according to the Arizona Drug Control Update. Arizona also ranks highest in the number of people who reported using….

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The Need for Integrated Treatment at Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers

co-occurring disorders treatment

Alcohol and drug addictions can slowly destroy a person’s life from the inside out. People in drug addiction treatment contend with ongoing pressures and challenges brought about by the long-term effects of drug use. When recovering addicts must also contend with a psychological disorder, the recovery process becomes that much more difficult. Within the addiction’s….

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Proposition 5: Policy limits drug abuse

By JIM EGAR In early 2000, I watched as a 45-year-old African-American defendant was led out of court in handcuffs after having been sentenced to prison for possessing a tenth of a gram of cocaine. His wife, mother, employer and attorney asked the judge to send him for mandatory residential drug treatment with drug tests,….

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