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Providence, Rhode Island Treatment Centers

CODAC Providence 349 Huntington Avenue
Providence, RI 02909
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Veterans Affairs Medical Center Substance Abuse Treatment Program 830 Chalkstone Avenue
Unit 116-F
Providence, RI 02908
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MAP Behavioral Health Services Inc 66 Burnett Street
Providence, RI 02907
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Providence Metro Treatment Center 160 Narragansett Avenue
Providence, RI 02907
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Family Service of Rhode Island 55 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906
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Butler Hospital Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services 345 Blackstone Boulevard
Providence, RI 02906
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Phoenix House of New England 205 Waterman Street
Providence, RI 02906
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Discovery House Providence 66 Pavilion Avenue
Providence, RI 02905
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Women and Infants Hospital Project Link 134 Thurbers Avenue
Suite 212
Providence, RI 02905
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Homeless alcoholism drains city

The Biggest Little City gained notoriety in a 2006 edition of the New Yorker after two Reno police officers estimated that ignoring one of the city’s homeless chronic alcoholics cost the city more than $1 million over the years. Malcolm Gladwell’s story quoted Reno police officers Patrick O’Bryan and Steve Johns explaining that Murray Barr,….

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Take it from a former binge drinker

The ancient Egyptian text of the Papyrus Antastasi gave a look into the satirical, yet advanced minds of society. One quote from this text said the following: “Don’t undertake to drink a whole pitcher of beer. Because if you then talk, from your mouth comes nonsense.” Didn’t we learn anything from the ancient Egyptians? Drinking….

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Booze putting teen brains at risk

A Generation of Victorian teenagers are drinking themselves into oblivion, with more than a quarter of 15-year-olds bingeing until they black out – the point at which brain damage is likely to occur. Research has also found that more than a third of 11-year-old boys have consumed alcohol. The figures, contained in a study by….

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Introducing kids to alcohol can lead to binge drinking later in life

Researcher Caitlin Abar of the Prevention Research and Methodology Center at Pennsylvania State University suggested that parents enforce a zero-tolerance policy in the home. She also said that there is no scientific evidence to support the belief that prohibiting alcohol turns it into a “forbidden fruit” and encourages abuse. In an effort to see whether….

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