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Brighton, Michigan Treatment Centers

Brighton Hospital Chemical Dependency Treatment Programs 12851 East Grand River Road
Brighton, MI 48116
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Karen Berbower and Associates PC 10299 Grand River Road
Suite P
Brighton, MI 48116
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Saint Joseph Mercy Outpt Behav Servs Brighton 7960 West Grand River Road
Suite 110
Brighton, MI 48114
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Advanced Counseling Services PC 7600 Grand River Road
Suite 290
Brighton, MI 48114
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Key Development Center 2060 Grand River Annex
Suite 600
Brighton, MI 48114
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Ann Arbor Consultation Services Inc 2040 Grand River Annex
Suite 300
Brighton, MI 48114
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Homeless alcoholism drains city

The Biggest Little City gained notoriety in a 2006 edition of the New Yorker after two Reno police officers estimated that ignoring one of the city’s homeless chronic alcoholics cost the city more than $1 million over the years. Malcolm Gladwell’s story quoted Reno police officers Patrick O’Bryan and Steve Johns explaining that Murray Barr,….

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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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New drugs to treat alcohol addiction not quick solutions

Since addiction has become recognized as an illness, there has been a quest to have more traditional medication treatment alternatives. Two new medicines to help individuals with alcohol dependence, Campral and Vivitrol, have been introduced in the past five years. We’ll explore the benefits and drawbacks surrounding these two medications. Patients need to understand when….

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