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Jackson, Mississippi Treatment Centers

Harbor Houses of Jackson Inc Mens Transitional Program 5354 I-55 South Frontage Road East
Jackson, MS 39272
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Saint Dominic Behavioral Health Servs 969 Lakeland Drive
Jackson, MS 39216
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ALTR of Jackson LLC 500 East Woodrow Wilson Drive
Suite D
Jackson, MS 39216
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Veterans Affairs Medical Center Addictive Disorders Treatment Program 1500 East Woodrow Wilson Drive
Unit 116-A4
Jackson, MS 39216
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Hinds Behavioral Health Services 3450 Highway 80 West
Jackson, MS 39209
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Mississippi State Hospital MICARE 1212 Forest Avenue
Jackson, MS 39206
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Metro Counseling Center Inc 911 Palmyra Street
Jackson, MS 39205
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Common Bond Association Inc Isiah House 855 South Plaza
Jackson, MS 39204
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Common Bond Association Inc Raymond Road 345 Raymond Road
Jackson, MS 39204
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Treatment & Detox Guide

One little glass can't hurt an alcoholic, can it?

Can a recovering alcoholic still have the occasional drink, or is it the road back to oblivion? Claire had been sober for two years when she began a relationship with another recovering alcoholic. One evening at his house he made a suggestion. “How do you think we would react if we had just one drink?”….

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Commitment intended to break alcohol cycle

The Salvation Army’s Clitheroe Center is gearing up to accept alcoholics involuntarily committed to a new detoxification program, becoming the only rehabilitation facility currently in town that will hold patients for a month or more to force them to sober up. The scheduled opening this month comes on the heels of a spate of homeless….

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Lotus Therapy, a New Old Path

The patient sat with his eyes closed, submerged in the rhythm of his own breathing, and after a while noticed that he was thinking about his troubled relationship with his father. “I was able to be there, present for the pain,” he said, when the meditation session ended. “To just let it be what it….

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Red Watch Band friends don’t let friends get too drunk

When Suzanne Fields’ son died of an alcohol overdose last year, a few days after completing his first year of college, she decided she wanted to keep other students from suffering the same fate. “I thought at the time my son died that his death was preventable, that I wanted to do something to prevent….

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Easier transplant rules for alcoholics

Alcoholics who do not show they can stay sober outside hospital are expected to be offered liver transplants for the first time next month. A group of experts in liver disease will propose the change despite a shortage of organs. Under current guidelines, candidates for new livers have to show they can abstain from drink,….

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