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Cleveland, Ohio Treatment Centers

New Directions Inc 30800 Chagrin Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44124
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Multi Systemic Thereapy Unit 3955 Euclid Avenue
Suite 142-E
Cleveland, OH 44115
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Catholic Charities Services Midtown Youth Chemical Dependency 3135 Euclid Avenue
Suite 202
Cleveland, OH 44115
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Key Decisions Inc 3030 Euclid Avenue
Suite 410
Cleveland, OH 44115
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Rosary Hall 2351 East 22nd Street
Cleveland, OH 44115
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Harbor Light Outpatient Program/Unit 2 1710 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
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Cleveland Treatment Center Inc 1127 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
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Recovery Resources Women/Family Services Program 3950 Chester Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
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Recovery Resources Drug Abuse Treatment 3950 Chester Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
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Mental Health Services Inc 1744 Payne Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Feds fail to use effective drug treatment plans in prison

Despite 20 years of scientific evidence showing that drug treatment programs work, the feds fail to offer enough of them to prisoners, according to a new study. Currently 7.1 million adults – over 2 percent of the population — in the U.S. are locked up or on probation; about half of them suffer from some….

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‘Take a look at your boozing’

People should take an honest look at their alcohol intake before they cross the line into addiction, the head of a Tayside alcohol dependency support group said today. Catherine Lawson, chairwoman of the Tayside Alcohol Problem Service Clients’ Council, said it was vital for people to be aware of their personal drinking habits to ensure….

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Abstinent Alcoholics And Postural Sway

Excessive sway during quiet standing is a common and significant consequence of chronic alcoholism, even after prolonged sobriety, and can lead to fall-related injury and even death. A new study of residual postural instability in alcohol-abstinent men and women shows that alcoholics improve with prolonged sobriety, but the improvement may not fully erase the problem….

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Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotic anonymous was started in the late 1940’s, which sprang up from the “Alcoholics Anonymous Program”. Narcotics Anonymous is an “international community-based association”, whose prime goal is of “recovering drug addicts”. The narcotics anonymous is spread across “127 countries worldwide” and has conducted more than “43,900 weekly meetings”. This association is based on a “non….

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