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Boulder, Colorado Treatment Centers

Community Justice Serv of Boulder Cnty 1777 6th Street
Boulder, CO 80306
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Boulder Community Hospital 311 Mapleton Avenue
Boulder, CO 80304
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Mental Health Partners 1333 Iris Avenue
Boulder, CO 80304
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Discovery Counseling Center Inc 3300 Arapahoe Avenue
Suite 219
Boulder, CO 80303
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Boulder Alcohol Education Center 1525 Spruce Street
Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80302
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Boulder Clinic 1317 Spruce Street
Boulder, CO 80302
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SAGE Institute 4865 Riverbend Road
Suite 101
Boulder, CO 80301
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Rangeview Counseling Center 1790 30th Street
Suite 305
Boulder, CO 80301
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Treatment & Detox Guide

How Treatment Centers Help Individuals Cope With Relapse

Unfortunately, relapse is a common occurrence after an addict completes treatment for any type of addiction whether it’s an alcohol addiction or a drug addiction. Luckily, even after relapse you can still get back on track with the help of a treatment center. Treatment centers can help you overcome the feelings of defeat that occur….

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Treatment centers

Today’s life of the individual has become very fast paced. The room for family and social life is narrowing day by day. An individual is facing many problems and experiences tension and stress at his workplace and at home. Therefore, the emotional support that is needed by an individual is inadequate. All these situations are….

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Ian Oliver: Legalising drugs would only make matters worse

Recently, A great deal of media attention has been focused on a call for the legalisation of drugs by a former civil servant who was responsible for the Cabinet’s anti-drug unit. In The Independent last week, Julian Critchley said that legalisation would be “less harmful than the current strategy” and that an “overwhelming majority of….

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A path to recovery

Michael Walsh lost 16 years to alcohol and cocaine addiction. Now sober, he’s trying to help others find their way out through a new secular peer-support group called LifeRing. Alcoholics Anonymous was instrumental in his recovery, but as an atheist, Walsh, now 41, struggled with the concept of the higher power found in AA’s program…..

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Drug and alcohol rehab strategies to be revamped

Ministers battling to beat Scotland’s addiction to drink and drugs will unveil a radical shake-up of rehabilitation today. They are to disband Scotland’s 11 Alcohol and Drug Action Teams and create 32 local authority teams. Following a damning critique of efforts to reduce the harm caused by alcohol and drugs by Audit Scotland last month,….

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