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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

It's all about drugs, say local authorities

Drugs are the common thread running through the most extreme crimes in the Poconos. According to court records, drugs permeated the life of Steven Santillo for years. Last week a motorist found Santillo shot dead at the intersection of Hypsie Gap and Laurel roads in Chestnuthill Township. State police have accused Fritz Gerald Dejoie, 21,….

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Primary Care for Alcoholics

In treating alcohol abuse and alcoholism, “we haven’t yet reached the Prozac moment,” says Dr. Mark Willenbring, referring to the drugs that radically changed the treatment of depression. But Dr. Willenbring, an expert on treating alcohol addiction, predicts that the day is not far off when giving a pill and five minutes of advice to….

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When You’re the Adult Child of an Alcoholic Parent

You may not drink, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t affected by alcoholism. If you are the adult child of an alcoholic parent, learn how to cope with the effect alcoholism has had on your life. When a parent abuses alcohol, the whole family suffers. Children are especially at risk. Growing up in an alcoholic….

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Alcohol Abuse, Addiction Affect Suicide Rates

Factors that affect suicide rates include drug addiction and alcohol abuse. Studies also shows that being male, or part of a minority group, affects the incidence of suicide. New data from the CDC’s Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report shows that interventional programs should focus on alcohol treatment and rehabilitation to reduce the risk of suicide….

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