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Chapel Hill, North Carolina Treatment Centers

UNC Department of Psychiatry 101 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
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Freedom House Recovery Center Crisis Center 110 New Stateside Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
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Freedom House Recovery Center 104 New Stateside Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
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UNC Department of Psychiatry Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program 1101 Weaver Dairy Road
Suite 103
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
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Treatment & Detox Guide

The Need for Integrated Treatment at Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers

co-occurring disorders treatment

Alcohol and drug addictions can slowly destroy a person’s life from the inside out. People in drug addiction treatment contend with ongoing pressures and challenges brought about by the long-term effects of drug use. When recovering addicts must also contend with a psychological disorder, the recovery process becomes that much more difficult. Within the addiction’s….

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Study says parents shouldn’t drink with their teens

It’s not uncommon for parents to serve their teenagers alcohol as a way to teach responsible drinking habits. While attending Los Gatos high school in the South Bay, I experienced this first hand, going to many keg parties where a parent was filling the plastic cups with Coors Light. Usually, the parents felt it was….

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Treatment Options for Military Personnel

military addiction treatment

Military Healthcare Once a person joins the military they will receive health and dental care for themselves and for their family. Military men and women who fight overseas undergo a multitude of stress which can lead to mental illnesses as well as drug and alcohol abuse. Prescription drug abuse and alcohol abuse have both increased….

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Is Compulsive Shopping A Mental Disorder?

There is little doubt that compulsive shopping can cause severe impairment and distress, two key criteria for formal recognition as a mental disorder. But the rest remains up for grabs: Is compulsive shopping a biologically driven disease of the brain, a learned habit run amok, an addiction in its own right or a symptom of….

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Expert warns teens and alcohol don’t mix

Tasmanian parents are being warned against allowing their children to drink alcohol. The warning follows a national health insurers’ survey of 1200 adults earlier this year. More than half the Tasmanians interviewed thought it was acceptable for 15 to 17-year-olds to drink at home supervised by their parents. The Director of the Brain and Mind….

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