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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

Call for alcohol ban outside school

A school governor has called for a ban on parents drinking alcohol while waiting to pick up their children outside school. Arthur Mitchell, chairman of Doncaster Road Primary School’s board of governors in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, said a street drinking ban had been proposed after police received reports that parents had been seen drinking at….

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Analysis of alcoholics' brains suggests treatment target

An analysis of brain tissue samples from chronic alcoholics reveals changes that occur at the molecular level in alcohol abuse – and suggests a potential treatment target, according to researchers from Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Reporting in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, the scientists said that a protein known as beta-catenin that is….

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Addiction Basics

Understanding the basics of substance abuse and addiction can help you to better understand when it’s time to get help. Though it may be overwhelming to attempt to keep up with everything pertaining to addiction, the latest trends in treatment and the latest drugs, you can keep up with the basics. This is especially essential….

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What are the Best Alcohol Treatment Centers for Women?

More than 23.5 million people in the United States have had a problem with drugs or alcohol. Seven percent of those people are women. The United States has tens of thousands of facilities that are equipped to take care of the treatment needs of these women. When so many facilities are open and available to….

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