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Idaho Falls, Idaho Treatment Centers

Mental Wellness Centers Outpatient Services 2420 East 25th Circle
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
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Human Dynamics and Diagnostics LLC 2265 Teton Plaza
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
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CLUB Inc 2001 South Woodruff Street
Suite 6
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
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A to Z Family Services Inc 380 North Capital Street
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
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Tueller Counseling Services Inc 2275 West Broadway
Suite G
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
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Addictions Rehabilitation Association (ARA) 163 East Elva Street
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
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Padron Counseling Services LLC 543 3rd Street
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
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Mental Wellness Centers Substance Abuse Treatment 2420 East 25th Circle
Suite A
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
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Anti-binge laws help slow drunken violence

Police say alcohol-fuelled violence is on the decline in bars and on city streets after the province introduced new liquor rules to discourage binge drinking. Provincial legislation launched last August prohibits happy hour specials after 8p.m., requires bars and pubs to charge a minimum drink price and forbids patrons from having more than two drinks….

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Hidden Traumas of the Family Members of an Alcoholic

When a loved one is addicted to alcohol we often like to think that as soon as they get help, complete alcohol treatment and come home everything will just return to normal. It’s nice to believe that things will naturally go back to the way they once were and that alcohol treatment will heal the….

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Hit the books not the bottle: Reduce binge drinking

Despite the fact that more than 40 percent of college students are binge drinkers, do not let end-of-the-year stress drive you to hit the bottle instead of the books! Binge drinking is defined by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism as the consumption of large quantities of alcohol in about two hours, leading….

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No Drinks for Them

It’s not just partying. Some students are alcoholics. Ask Elizabeth, a student at northwestern University, what the best part of freshman year was and she’ll have one answer: the ease of procuring vodka. She drank wine coolers her senior year of high school, but those were tough to find; once she hit college, all she….

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