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Columbus, Georgia Treatment Centers

New Horizons Child and Adolescent SA Program 1727 Boxwood Place
Columbus, GA 31906
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Georgia Therapy Associates Inc Columbus 1301 Wynnton Court
Columbus, GA 31906
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House of TIME Inc 1200 Wynnton Road
Columbus, GA 31906
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Bradford Health Services Columbus Regional Office 860 Brookstone Center Parkway
Suite A
Columbus, GA 31904
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Bradley Ctr of Saint Francis Hospital 2000 16th Avenue
Columbus, GA 31901
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Drug Addiction

Drug addiction means an intense craving for the desire to have a drug at any time, regardless of place or time. You want to use it again and again. You will have unpleasant physical reactions if you stop it. It is not so that everyone who uses drugs becomes addicted to it. Addiction refers to….

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Understanding the Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse

prescription opiate abuse

Many people underestimate just dangerous prescription drugs can be. While people want prescription drugs that can help them through their ailments or help them cope with other health issues, they often don’t realize that these drugs should be treated with as much caution as illegal or addictive drugs. Currently, pain relievers are one of the most commonly….

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Dual diagnosis

Dual diagnosis treatment

  The mental state of the person affects greatly the immune power of his body to external addictions and also unacceptable extreme behavior. If an individual is not sound mentally, then there are chances of him getting addicted to harmful things and destroying his life completely.   Dual diagnosis occurs to the people who are both….

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A safe place for homeless alcoholics to do their drinking?

The head of an Austin organization working on homelessness included this caveat when she sent me her group’s thought-provoking new study on homelessness and alcoholism: “These concepts, unfortunately, could easily end up as fodder for those interested in ‘shock-jock’ type of reporting,” Helen Varty, executive director of Front Steps, said in her e-mail. “That is….

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Alcohol abuse kills thousands in Britain every year

An influential committee of British MPs has criticized successive governments for allowing Britain to develop a drinking habit that is killing tens of thousands of people every year. “Over the last 60 years drinking habits have been transformed. In 1947 the nation consumed 3.5 liters of pure alcohol per head: The current figure is 9.5….

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