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Decatur, Georgia Treatment Centers

STAND Inc 4319 Covington Highway
Suite 117-A
Decatur, GA 30035
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Celines Family Services Inc 4153 Flat Shoals Parkway
Suite 320-E
Decatur, GA 30034
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Turning Point Behavioral Health and Wellness Center Inc 4292 Memorial Drive
Suite 4292-C
Decatur, GA 30032
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New Bridges Inc 4286 Memorial Drive
Suite B
Decatur, GA 30032
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Breakthru House Inc 1866 Eastfield Street
Decatur, GA 30032
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Newport Intergrated Behav Hlthcare Inc 1810 Moseri Road
Decatur, GA 30032
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DeKalb Addiction Clinic 455 Winn Way
Decatur, GA 30030
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Alliance Recovery Center 1116 East Ponce De Leon Avenue
Decatur, GA 30030
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Use science to bolster ‘just say no’ message

Teen drinking

With high school graduation season in full swing, many parents are worried that alcohol may play a harmful role in their teens’ celebrations. An organization that studies teen drinking says parents should assume their teens will drink, and should use science to try to dissuade them. The Science Inside Alcohol Project advises parents to explain….

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I love me: The key to responsible drinking

According to the number of units I down on an average Friday night, I am officially a binge drinker. Drinking four standard glasses of white wine in one evening may seem perfectly reasonable, but convert those drinks into units and it adds up to a whopping 8.4 – more than double the daily recommended amount….

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We have a drinking problem, say Aussies

The majority of Australians say the nation has a drinking problem, new research reveals. Almost 80 per cent of adults think Australians drink too much and 85 per cent want to see more action to address excessive drinking, a Galaxy survey commissioned by the Alcohol Education and Rehabilitation Foundation (AER) has found. The survey showed….

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Cirrhosis – The silent killer

Cirrhosis Liver

This is the stark image of the silent killer everyone who drinks too much should remember. Shrivelled and lumpy, the liver belongs to someone who has developed advanced cirrhosis. The condition can develop without any noticeable symptoms until the damage to the organ becomes so serious that it is far too late to do anything….

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No booze, less trash at beaches

It was a sight that stunned early-morning surfers and left environmentalists in disbelief. For the first time in memory, San Diego-area beaches didn’t look like a dump the morning after Independence Day. With alcohol banned at most county beaches this year, Fourth of July festivities were milder, family-friendly affairs up and down the coast. And….

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