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Treatment & Detox Guide

Recognizing and Treating Alcohol Problems

While some 18 million Americans suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence, only one in eight receives treatment. Poor diagnosis may play a role in people being undertreated, but there are a growing number of tools to help people assess and understand whether they have alcohol problems. One of the latest tools is a new government….

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Inpatient or Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Program

Alcohol addiction treatment program

Inpatient alcohol treatment programs are ideal for heavy dependence and strong addictions. Outpatient treatment programs can work in mild cases of alcohol dependence. Most people find that a combination of treatment, inpatient followed by outpatient, is most effective. Do you really have to live at a treatment center in order to receive appropriate help for….

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What Makes Drug Treatment Centers Effective?

Not all drug treatment centers are effective at treating all types of addictions. Some people require a special approach to drug treatment and will even attempt multiple drug treatment programs before finally finding one that truly works for them and their addiction. Sometimes, no matter how hard an individual ties, a drug treatment center may….

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Use science to bolster ‘just say no’ message

Teen drinking

With high school graduation season in full swing, many parents are worried that alcohol may play a harmful role in their teens’ celebrations. An organization that studies teen drinking says parents should assume their teens will drink, and should use science to try to dissuade them. The Science Inside Alcohol Project advises parents to explain….

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Alcohol a ‘major contributing factor’ in self harm

Alcohol was involved in nearly two thirds of self harm cases which were recorded as part of a pilot programme in the Western Health Trust area. The “Registry of Deliberate Self Harm” recorded almost 2,700 incidents between January 2007 and December 2008. The A&E units of Altnagelvin, Tyrone County and Erne Hospitals took part. The….

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