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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

5 Ways Parents Can Prevent Teenage Drinking

Teenage Drinking Problem

Teenage drinking is such a health risk that pediatricians are now being told to screen all teenagers—and even sixth graders—for alcohol use. That new policy from the American Academy of Pediatrics can be a powerful tool for parents to help their children avoid trouble with alcohol. But first, parents need to learn to give teenagers….

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When alcohol is the problem in your relationship

What is it about this type of drink that causes people to become attached to it? What is it about alcohol that is so much more difficult to handle than say tea or milk? Could it possibly be that there is the huge possibility of an addiction coming to the surface; an addiction that even….

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Is youth drinking worse than we think?

The public perceives youth drinking in North Dakota as less of a problem than people who work closely with alcohol prevention, a new survey shows. Among adults surveyed in North Dakota, 41.3 percent perceived alcohol use by youths as a serious problem, according to the North Dakota Department of Human Services and Minot State University…..

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Sign of the high times

Obama’s decision not to prosecute medical marijuana users and sellers suggests the war on drugs is ending Ships of state tend to change course slowly. Policies set in place over decades, and implemented by large, self-perpetuating bureaucracies and enforcement systems are pretty hard to dismantle. Fundamental change rarely happens overnight. Much of the criticism that….

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