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Brockton, Massachusetts Treatment Centers

Brockton Addiction Treatment Center 30 Meadowbrook Road
Brockton, MA 02302
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Habit OPCO 180 Centre Street
Brockton, MA 02302
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LHI Brockton Counseling Center 142 Crescent Street
2nd Floor
Brockton, MA 02302
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EMH Recovery Inc Edwina Martin Recovery House 678 North Main Street
Brockton, MA 02301
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Old Colony Y MHC 15 Bolton Place
Suite A
Brockton, MA 02301
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South Bay Mental Health Center 1115 West Chestnut Street
Brockton, MA 02301
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Gosnold Thorne Counseling Center 111 Torrey Street
Brockton, MA 02301
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Mens Addiction Treatment Center 10 Meadowbrook Road
Brockton, MA 02301
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Drug abuse

Drugs are referred to as “social evil”. Drug abuse tends an individual to take harmful drugs for “non-therapeutic” or “non-medical” reasons. The drugs include cocaine, alcohol, and marijuana just to name a few. People get addicted to the drugs for enhancing their “psychoactive state” as well as for their “performance enhancement”.   Drug abuse greatly affects….

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Doctors Call For End To Cheap Booze Deals

Cheap deals on alcoholic drinks should be illegal, a new report is proposing, with a call for tighter controls on the marketing of alcohol. The British Medical Association (BMA) argues young people are highly influenced by advertising and price deals, which encourage them to drink excessively. Its latest report will make recommendations on regulating alcohol….

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Recovered Alcoholics Still Face Difficulties Recognizing Emotions

Though they may have recovered, a new study confirms that alcoholics may still face social difficulties. Now, researchers have demonstrated that after recovery, the brains of people suffering from alcoholism still process things differently, which may lead to difficulties recognizing emotions in others. The researchers looked at brain scans of 15 former alcoholics and 15….

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5 Dangers Associated with Teenagers and Alcohol Abuse

teen binge drinking consequences

About Teenagers and Alcohol Abuse According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, approximately 10.4 million people between the age of 12 and 20 had tried alcohol by age 15, and at least fifty percent of teenagers have had at least one full drink. Furthermore, by age 18, more than 70% of teens….

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