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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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Middle class wine drinkers ‘harming their unborn children

Middle class women who regularly drink a bottle of wine at home with their partner are at ‘high risk’ of having a child with developmental problems, researchers said. In some cases women may damage their unborn child before they even realise they are pregnant, doctors said at a conference. Drinking during pregnancy can cause foetal….

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Effects of alcohol addiction

Alcohol addiction is the most common type of addiction, which has spread across the world and the number of population under alcohol addiction is increasing at an alarming rate. The habit of drinking alcohol is very fatal and therefore it needs to be timely restrained. There are various long term and short-term effects of alcohol….

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1 in 8 combat troops needs alcohol counseling

One in eight troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan from 2006 to 2008 were referred for counseling for alcohol problems after their post-deployment health assessments, according to data from the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center. Service members complete their initial health assessments within 30 days of returning home. The authors of the study, published in….

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Drinking ourselves to death

We’ve all heard the sermons and lectures. It is generally agreed that drinking alcohol – in excess – can be self-damaging. However very few of us know, or even pause to consider – how much is too much? For most of us, the post-party hangovers, scrapes and empty wallets are the only gauge of our….

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WHO Report States Alcohol Kills More than AIDS and Violence

A recent report issued by the World Health Organization has found that alcohol is more deadly than AIDS and violence as well as various other conditions such as tuberculosis. It is estimated that 4% of all deaths that occur worldwide are caused by alcohol. Such alarming statistics give rise to the need for more alcohol….

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