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Hackensack, New Jersey Treatment Centers

Center of Revitalizing Psychiatry PC 795 North Main Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
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Team Management 2000 Inc 20 Banta Place
Suite 100
Hackensack, NJ 07601
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New Focus Program Buddies of New Jersey 149 Hudson Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
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Adolescent Substance Abuse Program 1 Bergen County Plaza
2nd Floor
Hackensack, NJ 07601
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Recovering addict opens outpatient treatment center

It was 2006, and drugs and alcohol ruled Clark Converse’s world. Down to eating out of trash bins, Converse, 36, asked God for deliverance. “While I was in treatment, I prayed that I find love again and to one day open my own treatment center to help other addicts like me,” he said. Two years….

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A nudge towards sobriety and health?

If you picked up a bottle of wine and read on the label “The average British drinker drinks one glass of wine a night”, would it make you think twice before refilling your glass? The Conservatives believe it might – and that public information along those lines is one possible way to reduce binge drinking…..

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The AbuseCheck Hair Alcohol Test

From a Small Sample of Hair, This Test Can Distinguish Non-Drinkers from Moderate and Abusive Drinkers Alcoholism poses serious health issues with major socio-economic consequences to society. Four major areas of concern are public transportation, child custody rights, measuring underage drinking, and tools for monitoring rehabilitation. The Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991 requires….

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Drinking Problem: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

FASD

When Diane O’Connor adopted four children she had been fostering, she knew she had challenges ahead of her. Her previous experiences with foster children at her home in Upstate Albany had proven such kids often suffered from a variety of emotional and behavioral problems. This was understandable, given the abuse and neglect they had endured….

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