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Grand Forks, North Dakota Treatment Centers

Centre Inc 201 4th Street South
Grand Forks, ND 58208
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Growing Together Inc STEP Program 107 Conklin Avenue
Grand Forks, ND 58203
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University of North Dakota Counseling Center 200 McCannel Hall
Grand Forks, ND 58202
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Drake Counseling 311 South 4th Street
Suite 106
Grand Forks, ND 58201
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Northeast Human Service Center Chemical Dependency Program 151 South 4th Street
Suite 401
Grand Forks, ND 58201
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Richard P Stadter Psychiatric Center Chemical Dependency 1451 44th Avenue South
Unit A
Grand Forks, ND 58201
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Regional Evaluation and Counseling 1407 24th Avenue South
Suite 230
Grand Forks, ND 58201
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Agassiz Associates PLLC 1407 24th Avenue South
Suite 520
Grand Forks, ND 58201
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ADAPT Inc 1014 South 4th Street
Suite 109
Grand Forks, ND 58201
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Teen alcoholic tells of battle with the bottle

Jesse is 23-years-old and should be able to have a beer with his mates. Instead he is an alcoholic. After leaving school at 16 to take up a chef apprenticeship, he began regularly drinking with his older work mates, then slowly watched his life spiral out of control as he went on three or four….

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Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse

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Prescription drug abuse is steadily worsening because as more pain, anxiety, or attention deficit disorder medications are disbursed for legitimate purposes, many are being diverted to sales on the street for profit. The prescription pill business is big business on the street with a vast amount of collaboration between users, dealers, and doctors. The rapid….

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Voices of hope for alcoholics

When I attend meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous, I speak of my “experience, strength and hope.” As an alcoholic in recovery, I carry that message to others as part of the 12-step program I work in AA. This week, I listened to other voices, both younger and older, carry the message, too, from as near as….

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‘Teach’ over fives about alcohol

A whisky expert has called for children aged five and over to be “educated” about alcohol in a bid to combat its misuse. Whyte and Mackay master blender Richard Paterson said it was important to shape children’s behaviour around alcohol from a young age. Mr Paterson said:”We need to talk to young people about the….

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‘The big struggle is coping with life’

How can a 16-year-old be an alcoholic? Maybe it’s just a phase. She’s probably had too much to drink at last night’s party and feels miserable. That’s all. Alcoholic is certainly not a word. With thoughts like these flitting through my mind, I catch up with Shriya (name changed); young, confident and pretty, she seems….

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