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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Treatment Centers

Alcohol Training and Education Inc 3160 North Portland Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
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Total Life Counseling Foundation (TLC) 3000 United Founders Boulevard
Suite 239
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
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Open Options Inc 2401 NW 39th Street
Suite 103
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
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Care for Change Inc 3621 Kelley Avenue
Suite 100
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
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Promises Inc 1900 NE 36th Street
Suite 100-G
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
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Maximus Counseling Inc 5714 South Western Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
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Southern OK Treatment Services Inc 4149 Highline Boulevard
Suite 380
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
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Avalon Correctional Services Carver Transitional Center 400 South May Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
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Turning Point South 1607 SW 15th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
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Lighthouse Counseling Services Inc 3837 NW 23rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
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Treatment & Detox Guide

How much is too much alcohol?

For Filipinos, no celebration is complete without an abundance of food and alcohol drinks. This is clearly evident during the long Holiday season in the country, with Filipinos partying almost weekly until Christmas or New Year’s day. Experts, however, warn that people should take stock of the harm social bingeing and the occasional or regular….

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Substance Abuse and Mental Illness – Current Statistics

Substance abuse and mental health

It is a long-observed conclusion that many people with substance abuse problems also have mental health issues. The debate often rests on whether or not one causes the other and if treatment of one can make the other disappear. This can be a heated topic, as some experts insist on treating both as co-occurring disorders,….

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Abstinence the path to avoid alcoholism

Parents throughout Victoria and Canada are vehemently opposed to their children taking illicit drugs — but what about the most widely used, and deadliest drug of all? There is a killer that lives among us every day — a killer called alcohol. In recent years, it has been common practice for parents to condone underage….

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Red Watch Band friends don’t let friends get too drunk

When Suzanne Fields’ son died of an alcohol overdose last year, a few days after completing his first year of college, she decided she wanted to keep other students from suffering the same fate. “I thought at the time my son died that his death was preventable, that I wanted to do something to prevent….

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Co-occurring disorders

Co-occurring disorders treatment

Co-occurring disorders, as the name suggests are the type of disorders that occur again. These disorders are mostly related to mental health problems and therefore the chance of the disorders affecting again is high in the patients who suffer mental imbalance or have self destructive tendencies or are impulsive in their behavior.    The co-occurring….

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