A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
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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

How do You Get a Loved One to Go into Drug Treatment?

Getting a loved one to seek help and accept treatment for a drug addiction can be all but an easy task to complete, especially when the addict thinks that there “isn’t anything wrong.” It’s the telltale sign, the always heard excuse of an addict—there’s nothing wrong, they aren’t addicted, they don’t NEED help, etc. So….

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Understanding Dual Diagnosis

substance abuse and mental health

When two mental disorders or illnesses occur at the same time, or in sequence, in the same person, it is known as comorbidity; when these conditions are diagnosed, it is called a dual diagnosis. Mental disorders are defined by the National Institute on Drug Abuse as “A mental condition marked primarily by sufficient disorganization of….

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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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Teens Cite Ease of Access To Drugs

A growing number of teenagers say it’s easier to illegally obtain prescription drugs than to buy beer, according to a survey published today. The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University asked: “Which is easiest for someone your age to buy: cigarettes, beer, marijuana, or prescription drugs such as OxyContin, Percocet, Vicodin….

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Youth Alcohol Binges on the Rise, Health Expert Warns

It’s time for Seventh-day Adventists to do more in getting the word out about the dangers of alcohol use and binge drinking among young people, according to DeWitt Williams, health ministries director for the church in North America. Williams points out that the alcohol industry spends a staggering $11 million a day on advertising in….

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