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Augusta, Maine Treatment Centers

MaineGeneral Counseling 9 Green Street
Augusta, ME 04330
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Jeffrey Bickford LCPC LADC 295 Water Street
Suite 8
Augusta, ME 04330
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MaineGeneral Counseling Family Medicine Institute 15 East Chestnut Street
Augusta, ME 04330
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Marlee C Poulin LCSW 112 State Street
Augusta, ME 04330
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Sweetser Affiliate Tammy Trask LADC 112 State Street
Suite 1
Augusta, ME 04330
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Crisis and Counseling Centers 10 Caldwell Road
Augusta, ME 04330
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Togus VA Medical Center 1 VA Center
Augusta, ME 04330
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Thousands of youngsters cautioned for drink crimes

The number of children committing drink-related crime has rocketed by more than a quarter in four years, figures show. Nearly 40,000 children have been fined, cautioned or taken to court for abusing alcohol between 2003 and 2007, according to official statistics. More than 6,000 children aged ten to 15 were handed police cautions or taken….

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Treatment for co-occurring disorder

People with Co-occurring disorder face both mental problems as well as alcohol addiction problems at the same time. This is a condition that occurs very often and hence the first treatment for the co-occurring disorder is the medical detoxification. It generally takes three to five days for the alcohol detoxification in a medically supervised center….

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Treatment centers

Today’s life of the individual has become very fast paced. The room for family and social life is narrowing day by day. An individual is facing many problems and experiences tension and stress at his workplace and at home. Therefore, the emotional support that is needed by an individual is inadequate. All these situations are….

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Keep legal drinking age where it is – at 21

If there’s a deeply compelling reason for dropping the minimum legal drinking age to 18, the distinguished academic supporters of the Amethyst Initiative haven’t made it yet. Granted, the statement signed by 100 college presidents – including Pacific Lutheran University’s Loren Anderson – doesn’t come right out and say they want a lower drinking age,….

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