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Covina, California Treatment Centers

Rickman Recovery Center 1274 East Center Court
Suite 112
Covina, CA 91724
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Aurora Behavioral Healthcare Charter Oak 1161 East Covina Boulevard
Covina, CA 91724
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Santa Anita Family Service Pathways 716 North Citrus Avenue
Covina, CA 91723
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Center for Integrated Family/Health Sober Solutions Program 540 South Eremland Drive
Suites A-D
Covina, CA 91723
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Social Model Recovery Systems River Community Covina 510 South 2nd Avenue
Suites 6 and 7
Covina, CA 91723
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Puente House 444 West Badillo Street
Covina, CA 91723
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Hope and Grace Recovery Services 865 West Glentana Street
Suite 3
Covina, CA 91722
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Stepping Stones Home 17727 East Cypress Street
Covina, CA 91722
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Stepping Stones Home 17719 East Cypress Street
Covina, CA 91722
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Alcohol effects during adolescence

The festive season has come and gone. The fun will forever be cherished by those who had a fabulous time. Some will forever cherish the fun they had while others will reflect at the bad things they did. It is definitely an indisputable fact that some young blades are now addicted to the things they….

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'Plunge' event deals with the problems facing youth and alcohol

Like it or not, Wisconsinites are known for loving beer about as much as their passion for cheese. Some studies, though, are showing that this alcohol-enamored mentality isn’t exclusive to the Dairy State’s adults. As a result, some groups are organizing efforts to curb underage drinking among Wisconsin’s youth. One such event-called “The Plunge”-was held….

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Heart rhythm risk seen in women's alcohol drinking

Women who consume more than two alcoholic drinks a day have a higher risk of getting the most common type of heart rhythm disturbance, which can raise the chances of having a stroke, researchers said on Tuesday. Previous research had shown that men who drink three or more alcoholic beverages daily have an elevated risk….

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The Holidays: Challenges and Survival Guide for Sober Alcoholics

Why are the holidays difficult for sober alcoholics? The holidays can be a triggering and challenging time for sober alcoholics, particularly for those in early sobriety. But why? There are a variety of reasons and this time of year can prove to be emotionally charged even for non-alcoholics. The holidays can be bittersweet, in that….

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Why binge drinking is bad for your bones

Studies in recent years have demonstrated that binge drinking can decrease bone mass and bone strength, increasing the risk of osteoporosis. Now a Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine study has found a possible mechanism: Alcohol disturbs genes necessary for maintaining healthy bones. The findings could help in the development of new drugs to minimize….

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