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Mesa, Arizona Treatment Centers

Community Bridges Inc Center for Hope 560 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
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Arizona Bridge to Recovery Community Bridges Inc 554 South Bellview Street
Mesa, AZ 85204
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Anasazi Foundation 1424 South Stapley Drive
Mesa, AZ 85204
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DW Counseling Center LLC DBA Desert Winds Counseling 925 North Stapley Drive
Suite A
Mesa, AZ 85203
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East Valley Substance Abuse Center Inc 1550 East University Drive
Suite F-1
Mesa, AZ 85203
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Positive Change Institute Inc 1050 East University Drive
Suite 5
Mesa, AZ 85203
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East Valley ASAP IOP Program 2530 South Alma School Road
Mesa, AZ 85202
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Jewish Family and Childrens Service 1255 West Baseline Road
Suite B-258
Mesa, AZ 85202
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Women in New Recovery 860 North Center Street
Mesa, AZ 85201
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Your Social Network Affects Your Drinking Habits

Drinking Habits Problems

People who socialize with heavy drinkers are more likely to imbibe a bit too much themselves. And the same holds true for teetotalers: Those who have non-drinking friends and relatives are more likely not to consume alcohol themselves, a new study found. “People are organized by their drinking behavior more than would be predicted by….

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Alcoholics often are experts at hiding it

At one point during her quarter-century as an alcoholic, Carol Colleran would down at least 10 beers each weeknight, more on weekends. Then she would show up the next morning at her job in hospital management, feeling fuzzy and lousy. But she would cheerfully wander the halls greeting people — “It felt a lot better….

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Alcohol abuse among women is on the rise

Almost 2.5 million women are alcoholics. Many of these women are busy juggling families and careers — all while hiding a dangerous habit. Health Specialist Denise Dador takes a look at how these”cocktail moms” go from happy hour to addiction. A deadly wrong-way crash in New York last summer shoved the issue of alcoholism into….

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Is Executive Drug Treatment Right for Me?

Substance abuse is a serious problem that affects thousands of people both rich and poor. Suffering from drug addiction does not have to be the end of your career and you don’t have to feel like there is no hope for you if you are a business professional who is addicted to drugs. Executive drug….

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Younger Alcoholic Men at Risk for Osteoporosis

Low bone mass, or osteoporosis, is a known consequence of alcoholism, especially in older alcoholics. However, a new study shows that younger male alcoholics are also at increased risk for osteoporosis. People with osteoporosis, no matter what the cause, are at an increased risk for fractures and poor fracture healing. “Our study indicates malnutrition, little….

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