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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

A Look at Opiate Overdose Treatment as the FDA Approves Naloxone

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Opiate overdoses from heroin and prescription pain medications have reached epidemic proportions over the course of the last decade. According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, opiate-induced overdose deaths have increased from 4,030 in 1999 to 16,651 in 2010. For over three decades, emergency responders have used naloxone as an opiate overdose treatment….

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Heroin-assisted treatment safe and effective: study

A University of B.C. epidemiologist says there is now evidence to support a heroin-assisted addictions therapy clinic in Vancouver. The North American Opiate Medication Initiative, or NAOMI, study was a Vancouver and Montreal-based clinical trial assessing how patients respond to heroin, methadone and other opiate treatment. The three-year study treated 251 of the most chronically….

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Causes of bi-polar disorder

Bi-polar disorder is mainly a type of mood disorder and highly related to the psychological health of a person. People affected with bi-polar disorder experience great emotional fluctuations, which can induce fatal suicidal tendency in the affected. Therefore, bi-polar disorder needs to be timely treated. To help the patient, knowing the causes of the disorder….

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Alcohol research finds women need to drink accordingly

Sometimes I hate being a girl, especially if you’re a girl who enjoys the occasional cocktail. We all know drinking can have unintended consequences, but it turns out that imbibing poses more risks for us than it does the guys. When women drink, they become intoxicated more quickly than men do, and the alcohol causes….

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5 Signs Your Loved One Needs Drug Rehab

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Drug use is a serious problem that affects millions of people. Early recognition of the problem can help you to determine whether your loved one needs drug rehab. While you may not want to think about it, without drug rehab, many addicts will continue down a path of destruction that leads them directly to their….

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