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Vermont Treatment Centers

Vermont AA Meetings

District 2 Burlington, Vermont AA

AA St. Albans, Franklin County Dist, 1

Northwest Kingdom District 3

Vermont AA Meetings List

Al-Anon Family Groups

Vermont Al-Anon / Alateen

Mental Health Services

Department of Mental Health Vermont

Vermont Association Mental Health Addiction Recovery

Vermont Mental Health Counselors Association

Vermont Federation of Families for Children Mental Health

NAMI Vermont

Anonymous Groups

Green Mountain Area NA

Champlain Valley Area of NA

Vermont District of Cocaine Anonymous

Marijuana Anonymous – Vermont

Sex Addicts Anonymous Vermont

Vermont Council on Problem Gambling

Vermont Helplines

AIDS Hotline – call (800) 882-2437

Women’s Rape Crisis Center – call (802) 864-0555

Vermont Adult Crisis Hotline – call 800-488-6400

Child Abuse Hotline – call 888-SOS-CHILD

Vermont Emergency/Suicide Hotline – 877-485-8874

Vermont Sexual Assault Hotline – call 800-228-7935

Treatment & Detox Guide

Anchorage motel could house chronic alcoholics

The Anchorage division of RuralCap is negotiating to buy a Red Roof Inn at Fifth Avenue and Karluk Street. The agency is seeking a state grant through the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. The Anchorage Daily News reported Monday the effort would follow a housing program in Seattle that does not require residents to stop drinking…..

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Daily aspirin use may cut risk of common breast cancer

Taking aspirin daily may reduce a woman’s risk of developing a common type of breast cancer, say American researchers. The team, led by Gretchen Gierach, found that intake of aspirin was linked to a small reduction in oestrogen receptor-positive (ER+) breast cancers. The discovery is important as around 75 per cent of cancers are oestrogen….

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Support Groups for Families of Addicts

support for families

It can be heartbreaking for a family to see a member suffering form drug or alcohol addiction. Many cannot understand how their loved one has turned to drugs or alcohol, and often feel guilty. It can be tremendously confusing, and extremely stressful for families to watch their loves one’s life being controlled by drugs or….

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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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Alcholic dementia often overlooked

Alcoholic dementia is often an overlooked type of memory dysfunction. It is estimated that about 8 percent of people in the U.S. over age 65 may have an alcohol abuse problem. Sixty percent of the elderly drink and 5 to 10 percent are binge drinkers. It may be hard to believe, but Medicare, which is….

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