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Washington Treatment Centers

Washington AA Meetings

Western Washington Area Alcoholics Anonymous

Vancouver Intergroup AA

Washington State Area 92 AA

The Greater Seattle Intergroup of AA

Al-Anon Family Groups

Washington Area Al-Anon / Alateen

Mental Health Services

Washington State – Mental Health Services

Anchor Mental Health Association

Washington County Mental Health Services

Southwest Washington Behavioral Health

Anonymous Groups

NA Seattle Area

Southwest Washington Area NA

NA Chesapeake & Potomac Region

Cocaine Anonymous Washington State Area

Marijuana Anonymous, Washington

Overeaters Anonymous Greater Seattle Intergroup

Western Washington Gamblers Anonymous

Washington Helplines

HIV Client Services –call (877) 376-9316

Crisis Clinic of the Peninsulas – call (360) 452-4500

DC Rape Crisis Center – call 202-333-7273

Washington Domestic Violence – call 800-562-6025

Abuse and Neglect Hotline – call 1-866-ENDHARM

Child Abuse Hotline – call (202) 671-SAFE

WA Recovery Help Line – call 866-789-1511

Treatment & Detox Guide

The brain maintains language skills in spite of alcohol damage by drawing from other regions

Researchers know that alcoholism can damage the brain’s frontal lobes and cerebellum, regions involved in language processing. Nonetheless, alcoholics’ language skills appear to be relatively spared from alcohol’s damaging effects. New findings suggest the brain maintains language skills by drawing upon other systems that would normally be used to perform other tasks simultaneously. Prior neuroimaging….

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Sober second thoughts on problem drinking

I had a friend once who had a promising future in the advertising profession. He was a terrific salesman and creative thinker. He loved booze. Friday afternoons when we’d get paid we go to a popular watering hole and have a few cool ones with co-workers. I noticed often when we had enough and ready….

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Binge drinking raises stroke risk

Binge drinking more than triples a man’s risk of dying from a stroke. Researchers studied 6,291 Korean people aged 55 years or older to examine the association between binge drinking and risks of mortality due to all causes of death with a focus on cerebrovascular disease. It was noted that 59 percent of adults reported….

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Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Alcohol has been around for centuries, it has been used for many purposes, but mainly for enjoyment. It has been said, that beer even preceded bread as a staple. Alcohol can be enjoyed, there are wines that are exquisite and highly priced, and spirits painstakingly made for pleasure. But alcohol, has also ruined many people’s….

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Boozy girls out of their tiny minds

Scotland’s deadly underage binge-drinking epidemic has seduced a new generation of “pocket-money boozers” – and most of them are Girls. The shocking news comes in a Scottish Sun investigation which shows 3,799 under-16s were treated in hospital for alcohol-related problems in the last five years – some of them as young as Nine. And disturbingly,….

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