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Treatment & Detox Guide

Causes of alcohol addiction

The number of alcohol addicts is increasing at an alarming rate. Therefore, it is the need of the time to control the growth of alcohol addiction among the global population. For this, it is very necessary to be aware of the causes of alcohol addiction, so that we can properly treat and help the addicted….

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What Substance Abuse Treatment is Right for You?

Are you thinking about getting help for yourself or for someone you love who is addicted to drugs? Choosing the right substance abuse treatment for yourself or for someone you love can take time but the end result is well worth the effort. Taking a step back and looking at yourself, your lifestyle, your individual….

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Is Executive Drug Treatment Right for Me?

Substance abuse is a serious problem that affects thousands of people both rich and poor. Suffering from drug addiction does not have to be the end of your career and you don’t have to feel like there is no hope for you if you are a business professional who is addicted to drugs. Executive drug….

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Two Acres of Hope for Recovering Addicts

GARRISON, N.Y. — It was shortly after 8 a.m. on a sun-drenched July day in this idyllic hamlet 50 miles north of Manhattan, and a hulk of a man named Venice Crafton was lumbering between beds of arugula, leaving outsize footprints in his wake. Mr. Crafton is 6-foot-2 ½ inches, 241 pounds and missing his….

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Inpatient or Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Program

Alcohol addiction treatment program

Inpatient alcohol treatment programs are ideal for heavy dependence and strong addictions. Outpatient treatment programs can work in mild cases of alcohol dependence. Most people find that a combination of treatment, inpatient followed by outpatient, is most effective. Do you really have to live at a treatment center in order to receive appropriate help for….

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