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Fullerton, California Treatment Centers

Alta Institute Inc Chemical Dependency Intervention Prog 1440 North Harbor Boulevard
Suite 725
Fullerton, CA 92835
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KC Services 1060 Brookhurst Road
Fullerton, CA 92833
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Woodglen Recovery Junction Inc 771 West Orangethorpe Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832
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Woodglen Recovery Junction Inc 751 West Orangethorpe Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832
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Woodglen Recovery Junction Inc Daylight Again 329 East Commonwealth Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832
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Ctr for the Treatment of Addiction Inc 104 North Raymond Avenue
Suite A-2
Fullerton, CA 92831
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Is alcoholism a problem of the poor?

The government’s fierce war against alcohol has taken a different dimension. When they started, the government said alcohol drinking was a vice that perpetuates social moral turpitude. That was then, but now they have raised the pitch, zoning in on the face of poverty, a feature that continues to define a significant section of our….

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Al-Anon 12-Step Recovery Program: Love It Or Leave It

For those who don’t know or have never heard of Al-anon, it is a 12-step recovery program that is the counter-part to the Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step recovery program. It was initiated by Lois Wilson (the wife of Bill Wilson; one of the original founders of Alcoholics Anonymous) as a safe haven and support group for….

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Alcoholic turns to faith for help

John Baker is a quiet, unassuming man. When he says he deserves no credit for starting Celebrate Recovery, a Christian 12-step program now in 12,000 churches, he means it. Baker, who is in Tulsa this weekend for a Celebrate Recovery leadership training seminar, was raised in a Christian home and said he accepted Christ when….

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Alcohol may fuel bad behavior during holidays

Survey says … alcohol may fuel bad behavior during the holidays with harmful effects that could extend way beyond a family feud. Such behavior could involve hurtful or embarrassing words, endangerment of self and others (drunk driving), acts of violence and sexual antics at the workplace and in the home. Such alcohol-induced acts may not….

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