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Colorado Springs, Colorado Treatment Centers

Bridge to Awareness Counseling Ctr Inc 5698 South Highways 85 and 87
Suite 104
Colorado Springs, CO 80911
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Apex Support Services 4955 Bradley Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80911
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Colorado Treatment Services LLC 2010 East Bijou Street
Suite A
Colorado Springs, CO 80911
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Genesis Outpatient Programs 2565 Airport Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
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Health Challenge 1715 Monterey Road
Suite 120
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
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American Charities Inc 3604 Galley Road
Suite 102
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
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Apex Support Services 3510 Galley Road
Suite 104
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
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About An Alternative Counseling Servs 2155 North Academy Boulevard
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
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Ayuda 2019 East Bijou Street
Suite 2
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
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Harbor House Collaborative Harbor House Clinic 1710 East Pikes Peak Avenue
Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Binge drinking: A Victorian legacy

Binge drinking, violence, contentious parades – all modern day problems, but in Northern Ireland it seems their roots stretch back more than 100 years. In Victorian Ireland alcohol abuse and binge drinking were rife, thanks to the introduction of “ether drinking”. “Ether was the alcopop of the 1880s and its use became endemic in Londonderry….

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Public talk on alcohol abuse

New Zealand needs to address its serious alcohol problem, says an Otago University professor who is holding a public meeting on the Shore. Doug Sellman, a professor of psychiatry and addiction medicine, says at least 700,000 Kiwis are heavy drinkers. “New  Zealand is paying a heavy price through deaths, injuries, chronic diseases, police apprehensions and overburdened emergency departments,….

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Alcohol's Effects: Old vs. Young People

Study Shows Older People Less Likely to Realize How Alcohol Is Affecting Them Social drinking seems to impair older people more than their younger drinking buddies. Also, older people are less likely to realize how the alcohol is affecting them, according to a new study. The study, published in The Journal of Studies on Alcohol….

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One little glass can't hurt an alcoholic, can it?

Can a recovering alcoholic still have the occasional drink, or is it the road back to oblivion? Claire had been sober for two years when she began a relationship with another recovering alcoholic. One evening at his house he made a suggestion. “How do you think we would react if we had just one drink?”….

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