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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 teens on track for disaster

As always, I had a great time at Courtenay’s Island Music Fest this past weekend, and I don’t want what I’m about to say to be taken as criticism of what is a summer highlight for my family. But holy moly, there was some out-of-control drinking going on up there. There were kids drinking so….

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Inpatient or Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Program

Alcohol addiction treatment program

Inpatient alcohol treatment programs are ideal for heavy dependence and strong addictions. Outpatient treatment programs can work in mild cases of alcohol dependence. Most people find that a combination of treatment, inpatient followed by outpatient, is most effective. Do you really have to live at a treatment center in order to receive appropriate help for….

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Using Stem Cells to Study Alcohol Dependence

Dependence on alcohol

An estimated 14 million Americans – one in eight – are addicted to alcohol or will develop an alcohol use disorder. Yet despite the very high personal and economic costs, the vast majority of individuals with an alcohol use disorder never receive treatment. Researchers at the UConn Health Center are trying to do something about….

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How to Get a Loved one to Accept Treatment for Addiction

Treatment program for Addiction

Millions of people suffer from addiction to drugs or alcohol and thousands of families find themselves trying to figure out how to get their loved ones to accept treatment for addiction. Getting someone into treatment is not always as easy as it sounds and anyone who has dealt with an addict knows that sometimes getting….

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Top 5 Reasons Why Free Alcohol Treatment Centers Work

Free alcohol treatment centers are located throughout the country to help people overcome their alcohol addictions as well as help people to remain safe. According to the National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, 18 million people in America suffer from an alcohol addiction disorder. Effects of Alcohol Alcohol is a legal substance that ninety….

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