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Mobile, Alabama Treatment Centers

Bridge Inc Westwood 3401 Newman Road
Mobile, AL 36695
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Bradford Health Services Mobile Regional Facility 1000 Hillcrest Road
Suite 304 Mobile, AL 36695
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ECD Program 808 Downtowner Loop West
Mobile, AL 36609
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Mobile Metro Treatment Center 1924 Dauphin Island Parkway
Suite C Mobile, AL 36605
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Franklin Primary Health Center 1055 Dauphin Street
Mobile, AL 36604
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Dauphin Way Lodge 1009 Dauphin Street
Mobile, AL 36604
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Youth drinking a plague in North Dakota

It’s proven that drinking and driving, binge drinking and underage drinking cause death and serious injury. Despite the statistics, members of the Legislature turn their heads away from the problem and continue to reap the sales tax revenue, as bars refuse to participate in server training and overserve patrons. Adults actually admit they feel there’s….

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Combination Benefits Patients With Comorbid Depression, Alcoholism

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Treatment that combines sertraline and naltrexone appears to be superior to treatment with either drug alone, as well as to placebo, for individuals with depression and alcohol dependence. Patients receiving the combination treatment were more likely to achieve abstinence and had delayed relapse to heavy drinking, according to a report posted in the March 15….

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Professionals Are Drinking The Working Classes Under The Table

Britain’s alcohol epidemic is being fuelled by stressed middle-class drinkers, it was revealed yesterday. As figures showed drink-related deaths more than doubling since the early 1990s, research also revealed that white- collar workers are more likely to consume alcohol every day than the working classes. Most admit their heaviest drinking is done at home, with….

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