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Aurora, Colorado Treatment Centers

CEDAR/University of Colorado Hospital 1693 North Quentin Street
Aurora, CO 80045
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Community Partnerships and Associates 1310 South Chambers Road
Aurora, CO 80017
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Strides LLC 2993 South Peoria Street
Suite 128
Aurora, CO 80014
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School of Recovery and Self Improvement 2851 South Parker Road
Suite 670
Aurora, CO 80014
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Milestone Center for Human Development 2620 South Parker Road
Suite 143
Aurora, CO 80014
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Arapahoe House Aurora Outpatient 2600 South Parker Road
Building 5 Suite 250
Aurora, CO 80014
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American Charities 2323 South Troy Street
Suite E-107
Aurora, CO 80014
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Saddle Rock Counseling 2323 South Troy Street
Building 1 Suite 310
Aurora, CO 80014
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Creative Recovery Counseling and Consulting Inc 2323 South Troy Street
Building 1 Suite 310
Aurora, CO 80014
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A Community Re Entry Place 2228 South Fraser Street
Suite 3
Aurora, CO 80014
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Alcohol takes greater toll on older drinkers

When Luis Carino was sober, his friends said he was a thoughtful guy. He painted and fixed things and did odd jobs for people in the neighborhood where he used to live. But when he drank beer, which friends said was often, it was a different story. Carino, 52, who had a history of battery,….

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Younger Alcoholic Men at Risk for Osteoporosis

Low bone mass, or osteoporosis, is a known consequence of alcoholism, especially in older alcoholics. However, a new study shows that younger male alcoholics are also at increased risk for osteoporosis. People with osteoporosis, no matter what the cause, are at an increased risk for fractures and poor fracture healing. “Our study indicates malnutrition, little….

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Alcohol is a choice, not a disease.

I started drinking in Denver, Colorado back in the fifties when the drinking age for 3.2 beer was eighteen and there were quite a few 3.2 Bars in Denver. I loved the bar atmosphere where one could let go of their inhibitions and watch others do the same. My particular interest at that time were….

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Alcohol kills a person every 15 seconds

A few sips of wine may be good for your heart, but alcohol-related disease and accidents take a life every 15 seconds according to research from the Canadian Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Problem is, few people stop at one drink. Researchers found that disorders linked to drinking wine, beer, whiskey, mixed drinks, etc….

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