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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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Treatment & Detox Guide

Methadone Rises as a Painkiller With Big Risks

Suffering from excruciating spinal deterioration, Robby Garvin, 24, of South Carolina, tried many painkillers before his doctor prescribed methadone in June 2006, just before Mr. Garvin and his friend Joey Sutton set off for a weekend at an amusement park. On Saturday night Mr. Garvin called his mother to say, “Mama, this is the first….

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Anti-binge laws help slow drunken violence

Police say alcohol-fuelled violence is on the decline in bars and on city streets after the province introduced new liquor rules to discourage binge drinking. Provincial legislation launched last August prohibits happy hour specials after 8p.m., requires bars and pubs to charge a minimum drink price and forbids patrons from having more than two drinks….

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Alcoholism affects families

The scene is familiar to most people: a person stands up in the meeting and says, “Hi, my name is John and I’m an alcoholic.” “John” is in a good place. He’s where he can get help and support and the room is full of people like himself battling alcoholism. But there’s somebody else who….

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Alcohol intake of friends, family impact your drinking habits

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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People drinking more ‘by stealth’

People are drinking more alcohol by “stealth” because of the stronger drinks on the market, an analysis of consumption in the UK suggests. The amount of alcohol consumed per person has risen by 10% since 2000 – despite drink sales remaining steady. Researchers Mintel said wines and lagers were becoming stronger and people were unaware….

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