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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

Why is booze so bad for your liver?

Usually When bar staff refuse to serve a customer it’s not that newsworthy. But when 19-year-old Gareth entered a bar in Belfast and ordered an alcoholic drink it set the headlines chattering. Why? Because he had just come from a hospital across the road where had been diagnosed with liver failure, reportedly following a weekend….

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How much alcohol can you drink before killing yourself?

Police in Little Compton, Rhode Island responded to a call of driving a vehicle without the owner’s consent. The suspect was at his mother’s home. When police arrived at the home, the man, 39-year-old Jonathan M. Holmes was extremely unsteady on his feet, seemingly drunk. On the way to the stationhouse Mr. Holmes slumped over….

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Charity’s campaign to steer children away from alcohol

A Report published into the drinking habits of secondary school children makes for disturbing reading. The NHS Information Centre asked 7,798 pupils, mostly aged from 11 to 15, how much they drank and where they got their alcohol. More than half, 52 per cent, said they had drunk an entire alcoholic drink. Most had got….

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