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Clinton, Indiana Treatment Centers

Hamilton Center Inc 510 South Main Street
Clinton, IN 47842
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Good news, bad news about teen drinking

Aaron Holsinger said he doesn’t like telling his tragic tale, but he really has no choice. Holsinger, now 28, was convicted of negligent homicide after his girlfriend, Gina Erickson, died in a 2001 drunken-driving accident. He was driving the car. He spent six months in jail, will be on probation until he is 41 and….

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Gambling: Counseling has big payoffs

Gambling addiction can leave a person’s life in shambles, but there is a road to recovery. Both nationally and locally, there are support groups, treatment options and assessment tools to help people get through gambling problems, and keep them away from gambling. The first step, though, is finding out if a person is a problem….

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5 Reasons to Choose Long-term Drug Treatment Centers

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Long-term drug treatment centers offer important advantages for patients receiving treatment for substance abuse, especially those with chronic or severe addiction. Long-term treatment differs from short-term treatment mainly in its duration, which may last from 60 days to over a year, depending on the needs of the patient. Below are five reasons to choose long-term….

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Heavy drinkers seek out bargains

A study of heavy drinkers consuming hundreds of units of alcohol a week found they were buying cheaper drink than most other people. One study author said it was “likely” a minimum price for alcohol, as proposed by the Scottish government, would cut these problem drinkers’ consumption. A total of 377 people were interviewed as….

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