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Pendleton, Oregon Treatment Centers

TM Counseling and Consulting 920 SW Frazer Street
Suite 214
Pendleton, OR 97801
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Homestead Youth and Family Services 816 SE 15th Street
Pendleton, OR 97801
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Yellow Hawk Tribal Health Center Behav Health Program 73265 Confederated Way
P.O. Box 160
Pendleton, OR 97801
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Eastern Oregon Detoxification Center 4708 NW Pioneer Place
Pendleton, OR 97801
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Eastern Oregon Alcoholism Foundation 216 SW Hailey Avenue
Pendleton, OR 97801
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Center for Women and the Family 17 SW Frazer Avenue
Suite 282
Pendleton, OR 97801
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Umatilla County Human Services 109 SW Court
Pendleton, OR 97801
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Driving After Binge Drinking More Common Than Believed

Nearly one in eight binge drinkers say they get behind the wheel and drive within two hours of drinking, U.S. government researchers report. The new research adds a timeline and other new information to what’s known about drinking and driving, said study author Dr. Timothy Naimi, a physician with the alcohol team at the U.S…..

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Overcoming a drink problem

If you think you drink too much, and you are not content with that, then you need to take action. Nobody can force you to reduce your alcohol intake, or make you seek professional help. The only person who can take responsibility for your drinking is YOU. No one else can change your lifestyle, but….

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New year brings sobering reality for recovering alcoholic

John made it through Christmas with flying colors, though there was no hint of self-congratulation in his voice yesterday. But now New Year’s Eve is coming up, and for people like him the greatest hazards won’t be the ones lurking on the highways; they’ll be found in the gatherings of family and friends where someone’s….

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Is Compulsive Shopping A Mental Disorder?

There is little doubt that compulsive shopping can cause severe impairment and distress, two key criteria for formal recognition as a mental disorder. But the rest remains up for grabs: Is compulsive shopping a biologically driven disease of the brain, a learned habit run amok, an addiction in its own right or a symptom of….

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