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Charlotte, North Carolina Treatment Centers

Tyvola Assessment and Counseling 1101 Tyvola Road
Suite 215
Charlotte, NC 28217
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Christian Women of Elegance Inc DBA Beatties Ford Road Family Csl Ctr Substance Abuse Treatment
1406 Beatties Ford Road
Charlotte, NC 28216
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Queen City Treatment Center 6115 Hickory Grove Road
Charlotte, NC 28215
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Community Alternatives Inc Community Choices Inc (CASCADE) 5800 Executive Center Drive
Suite 101
Charlotte, NC 28212
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ADCI LLC 5609 Monroe Road
Suite 2
Charlotte, NC 28212
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Southeast Addictions Institute and Learning Center 5601 Executive Center Drive
Suite 101
Charlotte, NC 28212
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Eastover Psychological and Psychiatric Group PA Eastover Awakenings
3303 Latrobe Drive
Charlotte, NC 28211
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Anuvia Prevention and Recovery Center 100 Billingsley Road
Charlotte, NC 28211
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Assessment Solutions of Charlotte LLC 5200 Park Road
Suite 101
Charlotte, NC 28209
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Cabbie reveals binge-drinking nightmare

Adelaide cabbie Avel Aretas reveals in this graphic account our city’s binge drinking nightmare: Adelaide is the Festival City, but there is one event we should not be proud of – the Adelaide Binge Drinking Festival. It is held every Friday and Saturday night and doesn’t discriminate, involving everyone from 12-year-olds to 60-year-olds, from the….

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Recognizing the Need for Alcohol Treatment Centers

addiction to alcohol

Compared to drug addiction treatment rates, alcoholism is the most untreated disease in the U.S., according to the Florida Institute of Technology. On average, only 1 out of every 36 people suffering from alcoholism actually gets help. Though alcoholism is officially classified as a disease, it’s a treatable condition. Alcohol treatment centers specialize in applying….

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Mental health: Broken system, shattered lives

Miller Jordan Jr. never gave up on his only son. The Clarke Central High School assistant principal tried for years to get treatment for Miller Jordan III’s mental illness. But the younger Jordan stabbed his father and grandfather to death Dec. 30 – hours after doctors sent Jordan home from a hospital where he told….

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