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Columbia, Missouri Treatment Centers

Pathways CBH Inc McCambridge Center 201 North Garth Avenue
Columbia, MO 65203
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Pathways CBH Inc 117 North Garth Avenue
Columbia, MO 65203
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Phoenix Programs Inc 90 East Leslie Lane
Columbia, MO 65202
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Reality House Programs Inc Clinical Services Department 1301 Vandiver Drive
Suite 105
Columbia, MO 65202
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Columbia Treatment Clinic 1301 Vandiver Drive
Suite Y
Columbia, MO 65202
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Reality House Programs Inc 1301 Vandiver Drive
Suite 101
Columbia, MO 65202
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Harry S Truman Memorial Veterans Hosp 800 Hospital Drive
Columbia, MO 65201
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Burrell Behavioral Health 3401 Berrywood Drive
Suite 204
Columbia, MO 65201
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Alcohol Check-In Sees Record Crowd

Drawn by the promise of free water bottles, more than 1,330 students flocked to the Malkin Athletic Center last Friday for National Alcohol Screening Day, marking a record level of participation that rose by almost 40 percent from last year. The annual event, which takes place at hospitals, community centers, and universities around the country,….

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Driving After Binge Drinking More Common Than Believed

Nearly one in eight binge drinkers say they get behind the wheel and drive within two hours of drinking, U.S. government researchers report. The new research adds a timeline and other new information to what’s known about drinking and driving, said study author Dr. Timothy Naimi, a physician with the alcohol team at the U.S…..

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Reducing blood alcohol limit to 0.02 won’t stop car crashes, say experts

THE Queensland Government’s proposal to see the alcohol limit cut to 0.02 across Australia has been labelled as “nonsense” by alcohol and accident experts. Motoring groups, police, accident research centres and hotelliers all rejected moves to slash the drink-driving limit outlined in a Queensland Government discussion paper released yesterday, arguing it would make little difference….

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