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Kailua, Hawaii Treatment Centers

PoAilani Inc Outpatient Clinic 74 Kihapai Street
Kailua, HI 96734
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Hina Mauka/Teen Care Kalaheo High School 730 Iliaina Street
Kailua, HI 96734
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PoAilani Inc Dual Diagnosis Program 553 Kawainui Street
Kailua, HI 96734
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Hina Mauka/Teen Care Olomana High School 42-471 Kalanianaole Highway
Kailua, HI 96734
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Hina Mauka/Teen Care Kailua Intermediate School 145 South Kainalu Street
Kailua, HI 96734
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Treatment & Detox Guide

‘Tis the season for an intervention?

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The upcoming holiday season can be particularly stressful if you’ll be spending time with a loved one addicted to alcohol or other drugs. You might feel conflicted about family celebrations; holiday gatherings are supposed to be happy times, but yours don’t look like what you see on television. Should you ignore your loved one’s addiction….

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Alcohol on the brain: a look at the long term

For years, Ben had assumed all alcoholics were homeless men huddling below bridges inside cardboard boxes and nursing bottles out of paper bags like he saw in movies. But that was before Ben began college and came to know an alcoholic much more personally — himself. In less than one semester, Ben, who did not….

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Co-Occurring Disorders

A Co-Occurring Disorder is condition wherein mental disorder as well as alcohol problems is faced by an individual side by side. This is a condition that occurs very often. It is important to manage one disorder at a time by treating each one simultaneously to get the best possible outcome. Co-Occurring Disorders are also referred….

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Study links violence to take-away alcohol

US scientists have shown what they say is a direct link between the number of shops selling alcohol in an area and the violence occurring there. The study was conducted in Cincinnati and considered all types of outlet, including bars and restaurants. The more shops selling alcohol in an area, the scientists say, the more….

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