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Greenville, South Carolina Treatment Centers

Greenville Outpatient Services Pavillon Intensive Outpatient 117 Pelham Commons Boulevard
Greenville, SC 29615
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Holmesview Center 3799 Old Easley Bridge Road
Greenville, SC 29611
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Miracle Hill Renewal Center 19 Graves Drive
Greenville, SC 29609
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Greenville Metro Treatment Center 602 Airport Road
Suite C
Greenville, SC 29607
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Journey Center Inc 355 Woodruff Road
Suite 104
Greenville, SC 29607
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Phoenix Center 1400 Cleveland Street
Greenville, SC 29607
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Don Foster and Associates Inc 104 Mills Avenue
Greenville, SC 29605
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Addcare Counseling Inc 413 Vardry Street
Suite 7
Greenville, SC 29601
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Treatment & Detox Guide

The seriously inconvenient truth on drugs

For those who warmly applaud Gordon Brown’s declared desire to toughen up the law on cannabis, raising it from a Class C to Class B drug, there is always a simple question. How would you react if your son, or perhaps your grandchild – otherwise law-abiding and blameless citizens – were caught with that drug….

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Addictions Treatment Leads to Recovery

Addiction can be treated successfully and recovery is possible. Relapse doesn’t mean that there was a failure in treatment, it’s just a bump in the recovery road. Addictions treatment that encompasses behavioral therapy, counseling and support is the most effective at improving chances of recovery. Millions of people suffer from addiction to drugs, alcohol, food,….

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One in five men at risk of drinking problem

At least one in five men in developed countries are at risk of abusing or becoming dependent on alcohol during their lifetimes, U.S. researchers said on Sunday. The risk is about half that for women, who have an 8 to 10 percent chance of becoming dependent on alcohol. And despite the popular belief that nothing….

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Life with a 12-year-old alcoholic

Jane (not her real name) was faced with the shock discovery that her young son was drinking heavily when somebody knocked on her door to tell her he had collapsed in the street. At the age of 12, Alan, (not his real name) had drunk himself unconscious and was being revived by paramedics after attending….

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