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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

No Drinks for Them

It’s not just partying. Some students are alcoholics. Ask Elizabeth, a student at northwestern University, what the best part of freshman year was and she’ll have one answer: the ease of procuring vodka. She drank wine coolers her senior year of high school, but those were tough to find; once she hit college, all she….

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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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Our problem with drink

The lowering of the drinking age has led to an explosion in teenage drink-driving convictions, new figures show. Sunday Star-Times’ analysis of drink-driving convictions over the past decade show teenage New Zealanders, women and those aged 40-plus are our worst drink-drivers. But the teen figures are the most alarming in 2006, excess breath-alcohol convictions for….

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Alcoholics affect everyone but help is available

effects of alcoholics

Ann’s husband is an alcoholic. Spouses of alcoholics have two options — they can leave the alcoholic or they can seek help and understanding in order to live with the person they love. Ann chose the second option. For several years Ann has been attending Al-Anon. Ann is not her real name and her identity….

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