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Massachusetts Treatment Centers

Massachusetts AA Meetings

AA Central Service Committee of Eastern Mass

Holyoke – Western Mass Intergroup Office

Hyannis – Cape Cod Intergroup

Oak Bluffs – Martha’s Vineyard Intergroup

Area 30: Eastern Massachusetts

Area 31: Western Massachusetts

Al-Anon Family Groups

The Massachusetts Al-Anon and Alateen

Western Mass Intergroup

Massachusetts Al-Anon List

Mental Health Services

Massachusetts Health Department of Mental Health

South Bay Mental Health

The Edinburg Center

MGH center for Women’s Mental Health

Mental Health Services Program for Youth

Anonymous Groups

New England Region of Narcotics Anonymous

Central Massachusetts Area NA

Massachusetts NA Meetings Directory

Marijuana Anonymous – Massachusetts

Cocaine Anonymous – Massachusetts

New England Sexaholics Anonymous

Connecticut and Western Mass Gamblers Anonymous

Massachusetts Helplines

AIDS Hotline – call (800) 235-2331

Samaritans 24 Hour Helplines – call 877-870-HOPE

North Essex Mental Health Center Crisis Service & Central – call 800-281-3223

Child Abuse & Neglect Massachusetts – call 800-792-5200

Metro Boston Rape Hotline – call (800) 841-8371

Rape Crisis Center Hotline List

Treatment & Detox Guide

Binge drinking mums

Almost a thousand Scots babies are suffering from potentially fatal brain and organ damage because mothers are drinking too much in the early stages of pregnancy, research has revealed. Many more babies in Scotland may also face a lifetime suffering from malformations or learning difficulties. Researchers say the effects of excessive drinking on unborn babies….

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Sober second thoughts on problem drinking

I had a friend once who had a promising future in the advertising profession. He was a terrific salesman and creative thinker. He loved booze. Friday afternoons when we’d get paid we go to a popular watering hole and have a few cool ones with co-workers. I noticed often when we had enough and ready….

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Judge considering center for drug, alcohol help program

Court-ordered rehabilitation for drug and alcohol offenders may soon be a locally based option for those facing charges in Lincoln County Justice Court, a choice authorities say would provide them with better options for sentencing and enhance the effectiveness of such treatment. Lincoln County Justice Court Judge Ralph Boone and Post One Probation Officer Roger….

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Binge Drinking Puts the Brain, and Life Itself, at Risk

Nearly half of students at four-year colleges do it regularly (and, it’s not sex). Rather, it’s binge drinking — downing five or more alcoholic drinks at a sitting. “People have a hard time identifying alcohol as a drug,” said Jenny Hwang, associate dean of students and director of the counseling center at Stony Brook University….

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