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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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Treatment & Detox Guide

Recognizing a Good Treatment Program

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Treatment centers provide a number of different treatment programs but not all programs will be effective for all people. Recognizing a good treatment program begins with an understanding of what a treatment program will (and will not) be able to do for you. The road to sobriety begins with the unique needs of each patient….

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Pain Killers And Stimulants Less Risky Than Cocaine, More Risky Than Marijuana, According To College Freshmen

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First year college students believe that occasional nonmedical use of prescription pain killers and stimulants is less risky than cocaine, but more risky than marijuana or consuming five or more alcoholic beverages every weekend, according to a new study published in the September issue of Prevention Science, the peer-reviewed journal of the Society for Prevention….

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Alcoholics often are experts at hiding it

At one point during her quarter-century as an alcoholic, Carol Colleran would down at least 10 beers each weeknight, more on weekends. Then she would show up the next morning at her job in hospital management, feeling fuzzy and lousy. But she would cheerfully wander the halls greeting people — “It felt a lot better….

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Extreme Drinking

Spring means a lot of things to thousands of students. For many high school and college students it means travel and extreme drinking. You don’t have to go far to see pictures of hard-partying teens and young adults on the internet. For them, binge drinking has become a dangerous badge of honor. But it comes….

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Getting sober in the Jewish community

Like the term teetotaler, the notion that Jews can’t be alcoholics is a bit quaint. It’s also a myth that can be an obstacle on the often painful but ultimately exhilarating path to recovery. “I think it can make it more difficult,” says a Camden County businessman and Reform Jew who, at 51, has been….

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