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Anaheim, California Treatment Centers

Wel Mor Psychological Group Inc DBA South Coast Counseling and Psych 5130 East La Palma Avenue
Suite 212
Anaheim Hills, CA 92807
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Anamika Recovery Center 144 South Peralta Hills Drive
Anaheim Hills, CA 92807
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School Ten 2384 East Orangethorpe Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92806
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Orange County Health Care Agency Anaheim Alcohol and Drug Abuse Servs 2035 East Ball Road
Suites 100-A and 100-P
Anaheim, CA 92806
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Hope House Inc 710 and 714 North Anaheim Boulevard
Anaheim, CA 92805
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Southern CA Alcohol and Drug Progs Inc Heritage Village 405 South Rose Street
Office 102
Anaheim, CA 92805
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Oasis Treatment Center 222 West Ball Road
Anaheim, CA 92805
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Tochi Family Childrens Center Envoy Care Center 520 Brookhurst Street
Suite 222
Anaheim, CA 92801
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School Ten Drinking Driver Unit 1136 North Gilbert Street
Suite B
Anaheim, CA 92801
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Can Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Centers Help Me Stay Sober?

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Outpatient alcohol treatment centers will provide you with therapy, strategies and education to help you stay sober, but at an outpatient alcohol treatment center you will not be living at the facility and therefore it is ultimately up to you to stay sober when you are not in treatment. The Help from Outpatient Alcohol Treatment….

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Housing Homeless Alcoholics Cuts Public Costs, Alcohol Use

Permanent housing for homeless patients with ongoing drinking problems can help reduce medical and social costs and lower alcohol consumption, researchers here said. In one year, the so-called “Housing First” program cut costs from about $8 million to $4 million across the study sample, Mary E. Larimer, Ph.D., of the University of Washington, and colleagues….

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Drinking to excess a big danger for women

A New Study at St James’s Hospital, Dublin has shown that excess drinking can lead to heart problems, with the effects particularly dangerous for women. Doctors investigating the modifiable lifestyle issues of patients being treated for hypertension have found worryingly high levels of alcohol consumption with the consequences including stiffened arteries, enlarged hearts and greater….

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Recovered Alcoholics Still Face Difficulties Recognizing Emotions

Though they may have recovered, a new study confirms that alcoholics may still face social difficulties. Now, researchers have demonstrated that after recovery, the brains of people suffering from alcoholism still process things differently, which may lead to difficulties recognizing emotions in others. The researchers looked at brain scans of 15 former alcoholics and 15….

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