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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

Warning over alcohol intake surge

The amount Britons drink has surged in recent decades, fuelled by plummeting prices and more women bingeing on alcohol. Awareness groups have warned for some time that consumption of alcohol is rising and that the number of booze-related deaths will continue to increase unless action is taken. Alison Rogers, chief executive of the British Liver….

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Virtual world therapeautic for addicts: UH study shows

Patients in therapy to overcome addictions have a new arena to test their coping skills—the virtual world. A new study by University of Houston Associate Professor Patrick Bordnick found that a virtual reality (VR) environment can provide the climate necessary to spark an alcohol craving so that patients can practice how to say “no” in….

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Our problem with drink

The lowering of the drinking age has led to an explosion in teenage drink-driving convictions, new figures show. Sunday Star-Times’ analysis of drink-driving convictions over the past decade show teenage New Zealanders, women and those aged 40-plus are our worst drink-drivers. But the teen figures are the most alarming in 2006, excess breath-alcohol convictions for….

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