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Kansas City, Missouri Treatment Centers

Two Rivers Behavioral Health System 5121 Raytown Road
Kansas City, MO 64133
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Rose Brooks Center 3350 East 77th Street
Kansas City, MO 64132
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Swope Health Services 3801 Blue Parkway
Kansas City, MO 64130
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Rodgers South 2701 East 31st Street
Kansas City, MO 64128
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Salvation Army MO Shield of Service 5100 East 24th Street
Kansas City, MO 64127
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Benilde Hall Program 3220 East 23rd Street
Kansas City, MO 64127
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Tri County Mental Health Services Main Office 3100 NE 83rd Street
Suite 1001
Kansas City, MO 64119
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Tri County Mental Health Services 1505 NE Parvin Road
Suite D
Kansas City, MO 64116
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Doctors Call For End To Cheap Booze Deals

Cheap deals on alcoholic drinks should be illegal, a new report is proposing, with a call for tighter controls on the marketing of alcohol. The British Medical Association (BMA) argues young people are highly influenced by advertising and price deals, which encourage them to drink excessively. Its latest report will make recommendations on regulating alcohol….

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Parents renew efforts against drunken driving

The school called the meeting in response to a weekend last month when there were three car accidents involving students from the high school. Two of the accidents happened around or after 2 a.m., two involved students who had left house parties, and in one instance a student was cited for operating under the influence,….

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Alcohol Addiction and Mothering

A friend of mine who is an accomplished psychologist and mother of two recently confessed something to me: she likes wine, a lot. After working all day with troubled adolescents, picking her girls up from school and making a dinner that loosely resembles a healthy meal, she drinks. Her daily consumption included one glass of….

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Potential Drug Treatment for Alcoholism

A drug currently approved to treat bipolar disorder and schizophrenia may play a role in the treatment of alcoholism. The drug is called aripiprazole (Abilify); researchers say more research is needed, but this first study found the drug helps lessen the euphoric effects of alcohol. Aripiprazole is a dopamine partial agonist, so it works differently….

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Alcohol rehab numbers outstrip hard drugs

Alcohol has again outstripped illicit drugs like heroin and ice as the number one reason for admissions at a major Australian rehab service. Problem drinking topped Odyssey House’s 2009 admission list, because 26 per cent of those seeking care over the year named it as their “principal drug of concern”. It was fractionally down from….

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