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Farmington, Maine Treatment Centers

Cornerstone BH C Affiliate Jim Tibbetts 186 Main Street
Suite 1
Farmington, ME 04938
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River Valley Counseling 167 Livermore Falls Road
Suite 2
Farmington, ME 04938
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Tri County SACS 144 High Street
Suite 1
Farmington, ME 04938
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Sweetser Affiliate Kary Laban LCPC LADC CCS 140 Pleasant Street
Suite 2
Farmington, ME 04938
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Evergreen Behavioral Services Mount Blue Health Center 131 Franklin Health Commoms
Farmington, ME 04938
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Campaign aims to steer kids off booze

Thousands of children are being admitted to the region’s hospitals with alcohol-related illnesses. Statistics show more than 3,000 under-18s end up in hospital in North East England each year due to excessive drinking, 149 of those in South Tyneside hospitals. The Department for Children, Schools and Families launched an advertising campaign to get parents to….

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The AbuseCheck Hair Alcohol Test

From a Small Sample of Hair, This Test Can Distinguish Non-Drinkers from Moderate and Abusive Drinkers Alcoholism poses serious health issues with major socio-economic consequences to society. Four major areas of concern are public transportation, child custody rights, measuring underage drinking, and tools for monitoring rehabilitation. The Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991 requires….

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You may be drinking to your death

Excessive consumption of alcohol impairs normal reasoning and can lead to injury or even death. Ugandans love their drink. When you ask most, even ladies, how their perfect evening would be, the answer usually is, “At an outing having a drink.” A drink here doesn’t refer to one bottle of beer; what most of them….

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