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Lewiston, Maine Treatment Centers

Sweetser Affiliate Ruth DeWitt 689 Sabattus Street
Suite 106
Lewiston, ME 04240
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Facing Change PA 4 Park Street
Suite 1
Lewiston, ME 04240
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Jody Cyr LADC CCS 183 Main Street
Lewiston, ME 04240
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Community Concepts Inc School Based Services 17 Market Square
240 Bates Street
Lewiston, ME 04240
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Sweetser Affiliate 145 Lisbon Street
305-A
Lewiston, ME 04240
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Sweetser Affiliate David Appell 145 Lisbon Street
Suite 606
Lewiston, ME 04240
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Grace Street Services LLC 105 Middle Street
Suite 1
Lewiston, ME 04240
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Food Addiction/Chemical Dependency 1008 Lisbon Street
Lewiston, ME 04240
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Children and alcohol: even France is no longer immune

While Britain tries a new approach to curb underage drinking, teenage binges are on the rise across the Channel If there is one country that might be expected to greet the chief medical officer’s words on not mixing children and alcohol with a loud cough and splutter, it is France. In the land of rolling….

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Al-Anon 12-Step Recovery Program: Love It Or Leave It

For those who don’t know or have never heard of Al-anon, it is a 12-step recovery program that is the counter-part to the Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step recovery program. It was initiated by Lois Wilson (the wife of Bill Wilson; one of the original founders of Alcoholics Anonymous) as a safe haven and support group for….

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The Disease Model of Addiction

The The Disease Model of Addiction

If I went to my doctor with a set of symptoms, no one would question the fact that I was sick. No one would impose a moral judgment on me for having those symptoms, and I wouldn’t be viewed as a law breaker for being ill. But many people reject the idea of addiction as….

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Alcohol a ‘major contributing factor’ in self harm

Alcohol was involved in nearly two thirds of self harm cases which were recorded as part of a pilot programme in the Western Health Trust area. The “Registry of Deliberate Self Harm” recorded almost 2,700 incidents between January 2007 and December 2008. The A&E units of Altnagelvin, Tyrone County and Erne Hospitals took part. The….

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