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Durham, North Carolina Treatment Centers

Duke Family Care Program 2222 Erwin Road
DUMC 3418 Suite 116
Durham, NC 27710
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Serenity Partnerships 3622 Lyckan Parkway
Suite 3008-A
Durham, NC 27707
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First Step Services LLC 3329 Chapel Hill Boulevard
Suite 201
Durham, NC 27707
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Carolina Outreach 2670 Durham Chapel Hill Boulevard
Durham, NC 27707
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(TROSA)/Transitional House 1715 Chapel Hill Road
Durham, NC 27707
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Carolina Partners in Mental Health 1502 West Highway 54
Suite 103
Durham, NC 27707
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Parriss and Associate Resource Center 3215 Guess Road
Suite 209
Durham, NC 27705
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Denial is a sure way to prolong our hangover

negative effects of alcohol abuse

We must fully debate our attitude to alcohol, or acknowledgment of our dysfunctionality will be suppressed, writes BRIAN O’CONNELL A soon-to-be-published study attempts to define, with some clarity, what the health consequences of our national hangover are. The report examined alcohol-attributable deaths and hospitalisation in Ireland from 2000 to 2004. In that period, one-in-10 bed-days….

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Avoiding alcohol's temptations in 'overwhelming' war zone

KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN — Once each week, in a fluorescent-lit room in a stout building near the heart of Kandahar Air Field, a multinational mix of troops and civilians gather to take on a battle that can’t be fought with conventional weapons. Sitting around a table, or on overstuffed furniture, they talk about bad days, frustrating….

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UK top of European cocaine league

The UK has recorded the highest number of cocaine users in the EU for the fifth year running, a report suggests. Annual figures from the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction showed that 7.7% of Britons aged 15-64 had taken cocaine. The Tories accused the government of failing an “entire generation” of young….

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