A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
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Michigan Treatment Centers

Michigan AA Meetings

Battle Creek AA (24hr hotline)

Flint Area Unity Council 24

Gaylord: District 12 AA (24hr Hotline)

Kent County Central Office (24hr hotline)

Lansing Central Office AA

Marquette AA

AA of Oakland County (24hr hotline)

Al-Anon Family Groups

Michigan Al-Anon Family Groups

Ann Arbor Al-Anon Family Group

Detroit Al-Anon Family Group

Genesee Area Al-Anon Info Services

Grand Rapids Al-Anon Family Groups

Kalamazoo Al-Anon Family Groups

Lansing Al-Anon Family Groups

Traverse City Al-Anon Family Groups

Waterford Al-Anon Family Groups

Mental Health Services

Michigan Mental Health Resources

Michigan Mental Health Network

Community Mental Health Services Programs

The Mental Health Association in Michigan

Association for Children Mental Health

Anonymous Groups

Michigan Narcotics Anonymous

Michigan Problem Gambling Services

Central Michigan Cocaine Anonymous

Sexaholics Anonymous of Michigan

Greater Detroit Sexaholics Anonymous

Michigan Helplines

AIDS Hotline – call (800) 872-2437

Michigan Elder Abuse – call 855-444-3911

Michigan Child Abuse Hotline – call 855-444-3911

Michigan Domestic Violence – call 800-799-SAFE

Crisis Hotline for Teens in Crisis – call (734) 662-2222

Treatment & Detox Guide

Alcohol addiction

Alcohol addiction can be described as a compulsive need of toxic liquids. This can be anything containing alcohol wine, beer, whiskey, or vodka. Person is called alcohol addict when, he or she is unable to abstain from drinking. This is very primary stage of alcohol addiction. If person has symptoms like nausea, sweatiness or shaking….

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Alcoholism among older people may be overlooked

As people age, they may tend to mix alcohol with prescription drugs. Disaster can ensue. Research suggests alcoholism among the elderly may not be diagnosed or is simply overlooked. Todd Wagner, clinical director at Blue Mountain Counseling in Dayton, said alcoholism among seniors is a growing problem, often going unnoticed. Maybe providers aren’t asking seniors….

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'A culture of intoxication'

Nova Scotia still has a drinking problem. People in the province still drive drunk, still go on benders at bars, still drink underage and some drink while pregnant. To combat this, last August the provincial Department of Health Promotion and Protection launched a strategy called Changing the Culture of Alcohol Use in Nova Scotia. Almost….

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Drunkorexia: Drinking And Not Eating

Not eating before drinking alcohol is something young people have been doing for years but now there’s a slang term for it — drunkorexia. College campus health facilities are starting to take a closer look at the problem and how to curb the dangerous fad. “‘Oh I’m going to drink my dinner tonight,’ is a….

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Impulsivity Linked to Cocaine Addiction

Call it the chicken-and-egg debate of the addiction world: Cocaine addicts are known for being frenetic, but which came first, the behavior or the habit? New research indicates that, at least in rats, it’s the behavior that begets addiction. What’s more, the study has pinpointed the character trait–impulsiveness–that is responsible for developing true drug dependence…..

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