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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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What Parents Can Do to Prevent Teenage Alcohol Abuse

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Compared to other forms of drug use, teenage alcohol abuse rates have seen a gradual decline over the years, though present-day rates remain quite high. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism, as much as 30 percent of teenagers report drinking by the eighth grade with 54 percent reporting at least one….

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Sight damaged by too much beer

Knocking back four beers a day doesn’t just risk a serious beer gut – it could also be damaging your eyesight, a study of Australian men has found. Melbourne research shows men in their 60s who drink alcohol heavily are about six times more likely to develop the most debilitating form of age-related macular degeneration….

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How much is too much alcohol?

One night of binge drinking, while seemingly harmless, may end up killing you. Gastroenterologist Benny Ang said that most men can stomach two units of alcohol – two beers, two shots of whisky or two glasses of wine – a day. For most women, their limit is one unit of alcohol a day. Exceed that,and….

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What to Expect in Treatment Centers

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In 2009, as many as 23.5 million Americans needed treatment for alcohol and drug addictions, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Of that number, only 11.2 percent or 2.6 million people actually sought out treatment. When considering the wide range of treatment centers available for both alcohol and drug addictions, anyone suffering from….

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