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Virginia Treatment Centers

Virginia AA Meetings

Virginia AA Area 71

Virginia AA Area 71 District Meetings

Northern Virginia Intergroup

AA in Central Virginia

Al-Anon Family Groups

Virginia Al-Anon / Alateen

Northern Virginia Al-Anon

Mental Health Services

Virginia Dept. of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services

Mental Health America of Virginia

Henrico County, VA Mental Health & Developmental Services

Chesterfield County, VA Mental Health Support Services

Anonymous Groups

Central Atlantic Region NA

Blue Ridge Area NA

Dulles Corridor Area of NA

Cocaine Anonymous – Northern Virginia

Marijuana Anonymous – Virginia

Virginia Sex Addicts Anonymous

Virginia Gamblers Anonymous – call (434) 563-6694

Virginia Helplines

STD/AIDS Hotline – call (800) 533-4148

Virginia Suicide – 866-4-U-TREVOR

Child Abuse / Neglect Hotline – call 800-552-7096

State Elder Abuse Hotlines – call 888-83-ADULT

Virginia Rape Crisis Center Hotline – call (205) 323-7273

Teen helpline – call 800-SAY,TEEN

Treatment & Detox Guide

Anonymously alcoholic; in the closet, women alcoholics

She locked herself inside the bathroom at six in the morning, sneaking in a quarter of vodka. She took a few swigs before turning the shower on to wash off traces of alcohol. Her clandestine involvement with alcohol was a daily event for seven days a week, four weeks a month and 12 months a….

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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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Proteins may point to alcohol use test

Measuring a set of protein changes in the blood linked to alcohol use may potentially lead to a more accurate diagnostic test than those currently available, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers. “The challenge in alcohol abuse as opposed to substance abuse — things like cocaine or heroin or PCP — is that….

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Doctors want booze marketing ban

ban booze marketing

There should be a ban on all alcohol advertising, including sports and music sponsorship, doctors say. The British Medical Association said the crackdown on marketing was needed, along with an end to cut-price deals, to stop rising rates of consumption. The industry spends £800m a year on promoting drinks – just a quarter of which….

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Binge drinking a continuing problem among underage Oregonians

A year ago, a booze-fueled spring break trip was all the news when two Portland State University basketball players got into a drunken brawl in Mexico. That donnybrook drew lots of attention because athletes were involved. But it was otherwise unremarkable: Studies show that, while students don’t necessarily drink more on spring break, those who….

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