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Liberty, South Carolina Treatment Centers

Home With a Heart 220 James Mattison Road
Liberty, SC 29657
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Signs it’s Time to Get Treatment for Marijuana Addiction

Marijuana Addiction Signs

Some believe that smoking pot is not bad, many think that marijuana is not addictive and that there’s no need for treatment if an individual simply smokes some weed once in a while but this is all untrue. Marijuana is addicting and it does cause problems for thousands of smokers throughout the country. Here’s a….

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Binge drinking: A Victorian legacy

Binge drinking, violence, contentious parades – all modern day problems, but in Northern Ireland it seems their roots stretch back more than 100 years. In Victorian Ireland alcohol abuse and binge drinking were rife, thanks to the introduction of “ether drinking”. “Ether was the alcopop of the 1880s and its use became endemic in Londonderry….

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Signs Your Loved One May Need Heroin Addiction Treatment

heroin injection

Heroin addiction treatment is available through both inpatient and outpatient programs to help people overcome their need to use heroin. What Exactly is Heroin? According to www.drugfree.org, heroin is a highly addictive drug derived from morphine, which is obtained from the opium poppy. It is a depressant that affects the brain’s pleasure systems and interferes….

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Problem drinking ‘hits elderly’

Alcohol misuse in people aged over 60 is becoming a widespread problem, research suggests. A survey for charity Foundation66 found over one in eight (13%) admitted to drinking more following retirement. Of these, one in five (19%) uses alcohol because of depression, and one in eight (13%) drinks to deal with bereavement. The charity is….

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