A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
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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

Is 12-Step Treatment Right for You?

12-Step Treatment Program

Are you thinking about going into treatment for drug or alcohol addiction? If you’re thinking about taking the first step to getting sober and you’re not sure if 12 step treatment is right for you this should clear up some of the questions that you have. Although 12-step treatment is not for everyone, this method….

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Steps to protect your liver

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and getting the Hepatitis B vaccine is the most effective way of preventing liver cancer, writes KASMIAH MUSTAPHA. IT may not have received as much attention as other forms of cancer, but in reality, liver cancer is the most common cancer in the world. It is also the third leading cause….

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Binge Eating Disorder Symptoms

eating disorders

Binge eating disorder is a dangerous mental health disorder marked by eating large amounts of food, frequently, and with no control over quantities or frequencies. Mental health disorders such as binge eating can lead to multiple health risks and are often a sign of underlying issues such as depression, anxiety, or substance abuse. Unlike bulimia….

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Exercise may fight addiction

New approaches for treating and preventing drug addiction range from low-tech – regular exercise – to high-tech such as experimental vaccines aimed at helping to prevent former drug users from relapsing. Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, is just as excited about both options. Of the two, though, exercise will probably….

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Tips for staying sober on New Years

New Year’s Eve celebrations can be synonymous with alcohol-fueled excess, or at least a champagne toast. But for those struggling with alcoholism, it’s a high-risk situation. Bradford Health Services Addiction Treatment administrator Timothy Robinson and community representative Amanda Lewis suggest techniques for staying sober and socially comfortable at a party where alcohol is served. HOW….

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