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Inglewood, California Treatment Centers

Pride Health Services Inc Outpatient 8619 South Crenshaw Street
Inglewood, CA 90305
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Gift of Hope and Healing Inc 8455 South Van Ness Avenue
Inglewood, CA 90305
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Los Angeles Drug Treatment Center Inc 3211 West Imperial Highway
Inglewood, CA 90303
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Fountain Hope and Help For Youth Substance Abuse and Education 2930 West Imperial Highway
Suite 510
Inglewood, CA 90303
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Southwest Care Inc 2930 West Imperial Highway
Suite 511
Inglewood, CA 90303
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LUNNS Home Corporation 959 North LaBrea Avenue
Inglewood, CA 90302
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Asian American Drug Abuse Program Inc 520 North La Brea Avenue
Inglewood, CA 90302
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Aegis Medical Systems Inc 614 West Manchester Boulevard
Suite 104
Inglewood, CA 90301
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Tips for staying sober on New Years

New Year’s Eve celebrations can be synonymous with alcohol-fueled excess, or at least a champagne toast. But for those struggling with alcoholism, it’s a high-risk situation. Bradford Health Services Addiction Treatment administrator Timothy Robinson and community representative Amanda Lewis suggest techniques for staying sober and socially comfortable at a party where alcohol is served. HOW….

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Treat Alcoholism and Depression Together

A new study discovers a treatment regimen combining cognitive-behavioral therapy and medications for depression and alcohol addiction improves clinical outcomes. Specifically, combining the antidepressant sertraline (Zoloft) with the alcohol dependence treatment naltrexone produced a 54 percent abstinence rate in patients with both major depression and alcohol dependence, whereas the rates were only 21 to 28….

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Professional ex-s´

I have found really interesting article in Journal of Contemporary Ethnography from 1991. The author, J. David Brown, is Assistant professor of sociology at Northern Illinois University who had struggled for 13 years with substance abuse problems, then he went to rehab and after then, he started to be a counselor himself. He uses the….

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Mom. Businesswoman. Alcoholic.

A mother climbs out of the depths of addiction She stood on the sidelines amid the blankets and camp chairs, a petite, brown-haired woman in a monogrammed polo shirt, cheering as her 7-year-old son sprinted down the soccer field. At halftime, she stepped up with a water bottle and pep talk. And after the game….

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