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Baltimore, Maryland Treatment Centers

Valley Bridge House Inc 28 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231
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Baltimore Crisis Response Inc 2041 East Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
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Safe House 7 West Randall Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
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Universal Counseling Services Inc 1401 Severn Street
Suite 201
Baltimore, MD 21230
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Baltimore Station 140 West Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
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Pine Heights Treatment Center 3455 Wilkens Avenue
Lower Level 20
Baltimore, MD 21229
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Counseling Resource Associates 6423 Frederick Road
Suite 202
Baltimore, MD 21228
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EPOCH Counseling Center 3902 Annapolis Road
Baltimore, MD 21227
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Drug rehab

The forces of drug addiction are very strong and therefore, getting rid of the drug addiction is not a simple task. People must realize that they alone cannot tackle their problem of drug addiction and therefore, they need help, help of a drug rehab center. It is the responsibility of the parents and the friends….

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Wealthy women more likely to binge drink

Wealthy and professional women are far more likely to binge drink than those on lower incomes, a new survey of Scotland’s health has suggested. Official figures showed 31 per cent of females in homes with the highest earners drink more than the recommended limit of 14 units per week, the equivalent of seven pints of….

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Underage drinking costs Nebraska $447 million

In these tough economic times, most people are watching where they spend their money, and it’s likely they wouldn’t be pleased to know that nearly $252 goes missing annually without them realizing it. That money goes to cover the costs associated with the hospitalization, law enforcement work and even funerals of minors who consume alcohol…..

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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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