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Glendale, Arizona Treatment Centers

Banner Thunderbird Behavioral Health 5555 West Thunderbird Road
Glendale, AZ 85306
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Thunderbird Treatment Center 13820 North 51st Avenue
Suite 300
Glendale, AZ 85306
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West Valley ASAP IOP Program 8607 North 59th Avenue
Suite C-6
Glendale, AZ 85302
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Aurora Behavioral Health System 6015 West Peoria Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85302
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Maverick House 7022 North 48th Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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Treatment Assessment Screening Ctr Inc (TASC) 6409 West Glendale Avenue
Suites K-L
Glendale, AZ 85301
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Correctional Healthcare Companies Community Health Division 4425 West Glendale Avenue
Suite 5
Glendale, AZ 85301
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Terros Inc 10270 North 67th Avenue
Suite 106
Glendale, AZ 85301
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse

prescription pills

Prescription drug abuse is steadily worsening because as more pain, anxiety, or attention deficit disorder medications are disbursed for legitimate purposes, many are being diverted to sales on the street for profit. The prescription pill business is big business on the street with a vast amount of collaboration between users, dealers, and doctors. The rapid….

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New drugs to treat alcohol addiction not quick solutions

Since addiction has become recognized as an illness, there has been a quest to have more traditional medication treatment alternatives. Two new medicines to help individuals with alcohol dependence, Campral and Vivitrol, have been introduced in the past five years. We’ll explore the benefits and drawbacks surrounding these two medications. Patients need to understand when….

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Getting sober in the Jewish community

Like the term teetotaler, the notion that Jews can’t be alcoholics is a bit quaint. It’s also a myth that can be an obstacle on the often painful but ultimately exhilarating path to recovery. “I think it can make it more difficult,” says a Camden County businessman and Reform Jew who, at 51, has been….

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An entirely different life

Alcoholics Anonymous Groups

Alcoholics Anonymous helps local man find sobriety, happiness Tom has been sober for 27 years, but the road to recovery was far from easy. “It’s still one day at a time,” he said. “The only person that can say you’re an alcoholic is the person themselves.” Every day is a struggle. “I will always been….

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Young drinker backs teen alcohol campaign

Teenager Catherine Woollard will be legally allowed to drink for the first time this week – but, for her, the novelty of alcohol wore off years ago. Set to celebrate her 18th birthday tomorrow, she began drinking at the age of 12 following the sudden death of her grandmother. By the time she was 16,….

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