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Boston, Massachusetts Treatment Centers

Substance Abuse Treatment Program VA Boston Healthcare System 150 South Huntington Avenue
Unit 116-B
Boston, MA 02130
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Boston Public Health Commission Transitions Long Island Health Campus
Boston, MA 02122
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Volunteers of America Project Rebound Long Island Campus
Boston, MA 02122
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Victory Programs Inc Joelyns Family Home 1 Long Island Road
Administration Building
Boston, MA 02122
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Whittier Street Health Center 1290 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02120
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Hope House Inc Recovery Home 8 Farnham Street
Boston, MA 02119
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Habit OPCO 99 Topeka Street
Boston, MA 02118
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Effects of Cognitive Therapy in Treatment Centers

Treatment centers focus much of the time that addicts spend in recovery on helping them to heal psychologically. Psychological counseling in treatment centers takes many forms but for most, it is this counseling that is most effective at helping individuals to really overcome addiction and make a full recovery. Cognitive therapy is one of the….

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Could this pill Cure alcoholism?

Doctor drinking himself into an early grave tells of his ‘fairy tale’ recovery Alcoholism affects one in 20 adults and is notoriously difficult to treat. Leading American cardiologist Dr Olivier Ameisen was a compulsive drinker for years until he was ‘cured’, he says, by a drug commonly prescribed for muscle spasm. His claims have created….

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Children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome need intervention

Biggest barrier often mother’s guilt over drinking alcohol during pregnancy, says woman with affected son Alone and grieving the deaths of three close friends, Annette Cutknife drank for all nine months of her pregnancy. A college student at the time, she didn’t care what would happen, but the moment her son was born, she knew….

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Is Private Addiction Treatment Right for Me?

Private Addiction Treatment Program

There are many benefits to private addiction treatment but that doesn’t necessarily mean that this method of treatment is the right action for everyone who is addicted to drugs or alcohol. Many people cannot afford private addiction treatment and for others, the utmost privacy that is provided in these programs is simply more than necessary….

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