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Houston, Texas Treatment Centers

Texas Prevention Network Inc 10103 Fondren Road
Suite 330
Houston, TX 77096
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Road to Recovery 9400 Lomax Street
Houston, TX 77093
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Cheyenne Center Inc Residential Services 10525 Eastex Freeway
Houston, TX 77093
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Texas Treatment Centers Inc 4800 West 34th Street
Suite B-3
Houston, TX 77092
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TRS Behavioral Care Inc Right Step 2159 FM 1960 West
Suite 111
Houston, TX 77090
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Cypress Creek Hospital Inc Inpatient CD 17750 Cali Drive
Houston, TX 77090
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Houston Substance Abuse Clinic 7428 Park Place Boulevard
Houston, TX 77087
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Odyssey House Texas 5629 Grapevine Street
Houston, TX 77085
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Memorial Hermann Prevention/Recovery Center 3043 Gessner Street
Houston, TX 77080
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Liver charity calls for compulsory unit labels on alcohol

A liver charity has called on the Government to make unit labels on alcohol mandatory following a report on alcohol misuse published today. The British Liver Trust voiced its concern over the report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), which showed that 40per cent of people were unaware of sensible drinking guidelines and 77per cent….

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Addiction Advances Haven’t Made AA Obsolete

Alcoholics Anonymous Group

Although they approach the challenge of addiction differently from scientists, 12-step programs still have a therapeutic role in helping human beings. Alcoholics Anonymous may have pioneered the concept of alcoholism as a disease, but will scientific research that proves the point eventually make AA obsolete? Studies that reveal brain and genetic links to addiction seem….

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Binge Drinking Not Just a Rite of the Young

Older alcoholics tend to drink heavily more often than younger people, study finds. Older people who are problem drinkers consume more alcohol than their younger counterparts, a new report finds, possibly because they need more alcohol to achieve the same effect. According to a study released this month, people dependent on alcohol who are older….

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Denial is a sure way to prolong our hangover

negative effects of alcohol abuse

We must fully debate our attitude to alcohol, or acknowledgment of our dysfunctionality will be suppressed, writes BRIAN O’CONNELL A soon-to-be-published study attempts to define, with some clarity, what the health consequences of our national hangover are. The report examined alcohol-attributable deaths and hospitalisation in Ireland from 2000 to 2004. In that period, one-in-10 bed-days….

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