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Dallas, Texas Treatment Centers

Anti Aging and Longevity Center of Texas PA 8021 E R L Thornton Freeway
Suite A
Dallas, TX 75228
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Southwest Behavioral Systems Inc 3827 South Buckner Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75227
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Nexus Recovery Center Inc Nexus Outreach Center 4525 Lemmon Avenue
Suite 201
Dallas, TX 75219
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Phoenix House Academy of Dallas 2345 Reagan Street
Dallas, TX 75219
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STEP Med 1705 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard
Suite C
Dallas, TX 75215
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Solutions Outpatient Services 4300 MacArthur Avenue
Suite 270
Dallas, TX 75209
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Homeward Bound Inc Trinity Recovery Center 233 West 10th Street
Dallas, TX 75208
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First Step Counseling Center 219 Sunset Avenue
Suite 101-B
Dallas, TX 75208
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Dallas Challenge Inc 201 South Tyler Street
Dallas, TX 75208
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Mistakes to Avoid Post Drug Treatment

Once you have completed drug treatment it’s easy to think that you are out of the danger zone and fully recovered from addiction. Unfortunately, the reality is that you are not ever in the clear and out of the danger zone when it comes to addiction. Recovery from addiction is a long term (lifelong) effort….

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Recovery rally tackles addiction's stigma

A Murfreesboro resident’s inspiring story in successfully battling an addiction has led to his selection to attend a national “recovery rally” in New York City today. “It is a daily struggle,” said 51-year-old Richard Soper. “You just take it one day at a time.” Soper practices psychiatry primarily in the Nashville area and is president….

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Quaker faith helps alcoholic to quit drinking

A recovered alcoholic from Maldon said he has his Quaker faith to thank for helping him stay alive. Anthony told BBC Essex’s Ian Wyatt he started to drink when he was 20, shortly after joining the Air Force. Having had a religious upbringing as a Pentecostalist, he had never previously drank or smoked. After 25….

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Friends, family feel alcoholism affects

You don’t have to drink to suffer from alcoholism, according to Al-Anon, a self-help recovery program founded in 1951 for families and close friends of alcoholics. Those closest to an alcoholic are deeply affected by the disease of alcoholism — emotionally, spiritually and physically. Although the root of their problem is not always easy to….

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Heavy Alcohol Use May Increase Prostate Cancer Risk

prostate cancer problems

Men who drink alcohol heavily and on a regular basis may be putting themselves at increased risk for prostate cancer, according to a new study published in Cancer, the American Cancer Society’s peer-reviewed medical journal. The study also found that heavy alcohol use may diminish the possible preventive properties of finasteride, a drug that has….

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