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Bellingham, Washington Treatment Centers

Bridges Treatment and Recovery 1221 Fraser Street
Suite E-1
Bellingham, WA 98229
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Sea Mar Behavioral Health Bellingham 4455 Cordata Parkway
Bellingham, WA 98226
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Lummi Counseling Services 2530 Kwina Road
Bellingham, WA 98226
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Whatcom Community Detox 2030 Division Street
Suite B
Bellingham, WA 98226
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Sea Mar Visions Female Youth Trt Ctr 1603 East Illinois Street
Bellingham, WA 98226
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CCS Recovery Center 515 Lakeway Drive
Bellingham, WA 98225
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Advanced Choices 2505 Cedarwood Avenue
Suite 4
Bellingham, WA 98225
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Westcoast Counseling and Treatment Ctr 1200 Dupont Street
Suite 1-A
Bellingham, WA 98225
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Belair Clinic 1130 North State Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
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Treatment & Detox Guide

A Shake Up for New Zealand’s Drinking Culture

The lawless drinking culture prevalent among young New Zealanders could see a re-write of the liquor laws. The Law Commission published a report Thursday that recommends ways to minimize the harm caused by excessive alcohol consumption. The Law Commission is an independent government entity in New Zealand that reviews laws and recommends reforms and new….

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Friends, family feel alcoholism affects

You don’t have to drink to suffer from alcoholism, according to Al-Anon, a self-help recovery program founded in 1951 for families and close friends of alcoholics. Those closest to an alcoholic are deeply affected by the disease of alcoholism — emotionally, spiritually and physically. Although the root of their problem is not always easy to….

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Coalition targets underage drinking

Local and national studies show that some young people are reporting taking their first drink at the age of 11. In Auburn, 5 percent of seventh graders have already used alcohol in the last month, according to an Auburn City Schools survey. By ninth grade, that number rises to 15 percent, and by 12th grade….

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Think before you drink

Alcoholics aren’t easy to pick out in a crowd. The person next to you in the checkout line at Walmart may be an alcoholic. So may the person who works next to you at the office, or sits next to you in church. The person who teaches your child, works on your car, or cuts….

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5 Poor Excuses Not to Get Treatment for Addiction

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Not getting treatment for addiction is a very poor and irresponsible decision. Alcoholism ranks as the third leading lifestyle- related cause of death, according to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Within any given year, as many as 80,000 people die from alcohol abuse disorders. On average, each death represents 30 years of life….

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