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Asheville, North Carolina Treatment Centers

Mountain Treatment Center 260 Merrimon Avenue
Suite 100
Asheville, NC 28801
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Mountain Area Recovery Center Inc 18 Wedgefield Drive
Asheville, NC 28806
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October Road Inc 119 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC 28805
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Western Carolina Treatment Center 573 Merrimon Avenue
Asheville, NC 28804
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Kali Brewer LLC DBA Asheville Institute 70 Woodfin Place
Suite 232
Asheville, NC 28801
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Neil Dobbins Center 277 Biltmore Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801
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Mary Benson House ARP Phoenix 450 Montford Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801
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Womens Recovery Center 26 North Liberty Street
Asheville, NC 28801
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Stressed Diggers turning to alcohol on return from front line

ALCOHOL has become the treatment of choice for an unfortunate number of Australian troops left traumatised by their service in East Timor, Afghanistan and Iraq. Taxpayers are now funding rehabilitation and sometimes compensation for their addiction, not to mention attempts to break it, as troops return from mostly dry operations to deal with their problems….

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Alcohol-free weekend raises awareness

Those who decide to give up alcohol this Easter weekend won’t necessarily be doing so because of holiday tradition. For those involved in the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, it will represent an effort to raise awareness of alcohol disease. The three-day challenge, always the first weekend of April, kicks off the 23rd….

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New Mexico turns a corner on drunk driving

Kenny Martinez demonstrates blowing into his ignition interlock to start his truck in Santa Fe, N.M. The state once led the nation in alcohol-related crash deaths. But tough measures, including an ignition-interlock requirement for all convicted drunk drivers, are paying off. For the last seven years, Horace, a four-time convicted drunk driver, has lived with….

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Anonymously alcoholic; in the closet, women alcoholics

She locked herself inside the bathroom at six in the morning, sneaking in a quarter of vodka. She took a few swigs before turning the shower on to wash off traces of alcohol. Her clandestine involvement with alcohol was a daily event for seven days a week, four weeks a month and 12 months a….

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Middle classes vulnerable to binge drinking

Alcohol is being used as a tool to mask the inner demons of the middle classes, the chief executive of a new body to tackle substance abuse claimed last night. Binge drinking – commonly perceived as a problem associated with rowdy town and city centres – is equally evident in homes across Wales, according to….

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