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Fargo, North Dakota Treatment Centers

Positive Solutions Counseling 6245 16th Street South
Fargo, ND 58104
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Prairie Saint Johns LLC 510 4th Street South
Fargo, ND 58103
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ShareHouse 4227 9th Avenue
Fargo, ND 58103
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Claudia McGrath Counseling 417 38th Street SW
Suite B
Fargo, ND 58103
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First Step Recovery PLLP 409 7th Street South
Fargo, ND 58103
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Simon Chemical Dependency Services 3431 4th Avenue SW
Suite H
Fargo, ND 58103
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Drake Counseling Services Inc 1202 23rd Street South
Fargo, ND 58103
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Centre Inc 123 15th Street North
Fargo, ND 58102
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Youth Alcohol Binges on the Rise, Health Expert Warns

It’s time for Seventh-day Adventists to do more in getting the word out about the dangers of alcohol use and binge drinking among young people, according to DeWitt Williams, health ministries director for the church in North America. Williams points out that the alcohol industry spends a staggering $11 million a day on advertising in….

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A.A.’s ‘Big Book’ celebrates 70 years

Alcoholics Anonymous

Gail L.’s hands rest on the old red book on a table in front of her. The book, she tells you, saved her life and gave her ”a life worth saving.” It is ”God’s story of his love for the alcoholic,” she says. Seven decades ago this month, Alcoholics Anonymous, also called the Big Book,….

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‘Why alcoholism is in my DNA’

Since she had her first drink at the age of 13, Tanya has battled with alcoholism. Now teetotal, she describes with searing honesty her love-hate relationship with the bottle over the past 22 years – and why she firmly believes that her addiction is a genetic predisposition I am sitting in a room in a….

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The long reach of alcoholism within the family

Millions of Americans suffer from the psychological and physical disease of alcoholism. The resulting emotionally destructive impact on the children of alcoholic parents and the family unit is enormous. Alcoholic parents usually act out their addiction in one of two negative ways: violent and abusive behavior or emotional unavailability and neglect. People who grow up….

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