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Texas Treatment Centers

Texas AA Meetings

Austin Hill County Intergroup

Austin Oficina Intergrupal Hispana A.

Corpus Christi Coastal Bend Intergroup Association

Dallas Intergroup Association

El Paso Intergroup Central Office

Central Office Of Ft. Worth AA

Houston Intergroup Association

Oficina Interg Hisp De Houston

San Antonio Central Service Office

Tyler Central Service Office

Victoria Dist. 7 Answering Service

Wasco Central Texas Intergroup

Area 65: Northeast Texas

Area 66: Northwest Texas

Area 67: Southeast Texas

Area 68: Southwest Texas

Al-Anon Family Groups

Abilene Meetings- West Dist. 7

Amarillo Area Al-Anon

Big Bend Area Meetings- West Dist. 3

Al-Anon / Alateen New Mexico and El Paso, TX

Austin Texas Al-Anon / Alateen

Fort Worth Area Meetings- West Dist 8 & 14

Dallas Al-Anon

Greater San Antonio – Kerrville Area Al-Anon

Al-Anon Southeast Texas

Al-Anon Houston

Greater Houston / Galveston / Huntsville Area

Corpus Christi Area Meetings- East Dist. 2

San Antonio Area Al-Anon

Victoria Area Meetings- East Dist 3

Mental Health Services

Texas Department of State Health Services

Mental Health America of Texas

Texas Mental Health Resource

NAMI – Texas Mental Illness

Behavioral & Mental Health – Texas

Texas Mental Health and Substance Abuse

UT Counseling and Mental Health Center

Anonymous Groups

Cocaine Anonymous Texas Area

Cocaine Anonymous of North Texas

Central Texas Area NA

Dallas Area of NA

Texas State Convention of NA

Southeast Texas Area of Narcotics Anonymous

Houston Area Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous: Heart of Texas Area Service

Texas Gamblers Anonymous

Heart of Texas Overeaters Anonymous

Texas Sex Alcoholics Anonymous

Texas Helplines

AIDSLINE – call (800) 299-2437

Mental Health Association in Abilene Crisis Line – call (325) 677-7773

Child Abuse Hotline – call 800-252-5400

State Elder Abuse Hotline – call 800-252-5400

Domestic Violence Hotline – call 800-252-5400

Texas Suicide & Crisis – call 877-968-8454

Texas Youth & Runaway Hotline

The Rape Crisis Center – call 210-349-7273

Treatment & Detox Guide

Fears rise as binge drinking among youths increases

binge drinking problems

Significant increases in youth binge drinking and hospitalizations has government officials worried. Experts are considering new methods to prevent German children from harming themselves through consuming alcohol. Alcohol has been a socially accepted and legalized drug in most parts of the world since humans first learned the secrets of fermentation. But there’s a rapidly growing….

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English turn to booze on holiday

English holidaymakers are turning to drink on their breaks with the average adult consuming eight alcoholic drinks a day, a survey suggests. That equates to 80 drinks over the course of the average holiday, or well over 200 units of alcohol. More than a quarter said they ended up drinking three times more than normal…..

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Doctors helping doctors

GUELPH, ONT. NICOLE VISSCHEDYK The Canadian Press “You walked into the office and sat down. Did it ever cross your mind that I wasn’t sober?” Sitting in the quiet, bright office of a doctor, the question jarred me. Dr. Graeme Cunningham is director of the addiction division at the Homewood Health Centre. He answered his….

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Study: Seattle housing for alcoholics saves money

A program that gives homeless alcoholics a place to live and drink is saving taxpayers more than $4 million a year, according to a study released Tuesday. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, endorses a “housing first” approach that calls for putting homeless people in permanent homes with supportive services….

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Toughest hurdle to overcome is denial

It is often difficult for the family to admit something is wrong Telling your drug-addicted child he or she isn’t welcome at home unless they get treatment or abides by the house rules is painful for any parent. “But it may be the critical move that eventually saves a child’s life,” said addictions expert Dr…..

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