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Puyallup, Washington Treatment Centers

Abate Abuse Counseling 10312 120th Street East
Suite 3
Puyallup, WA 98374
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Social Treatment Opportunity Programs (STOP)/Puyallup 13921 East Meridian
Suite 101
Puyallup, WA 98373
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Sea Mar Behavioral Health Puyallup 12812 101st Avenue Court East
Suite 202
Puyallup, WA 98373
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Sound Counseling Inc 719 E Main # C
Puyallup, WA 98372
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Good Samaritan Behavioral Health 325 East Pioneer Avenue
Puyallup, WA 98372
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Lakeside Milam Recovery Centers Inc Puyallup 405 West Stewart Avenue
Suite A
Puyallup, WA 98371
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Liver charity calls for compulsory unit labels on alcohol

A liver charity has called on the Government to make unit labels on alcohol mandatory following a report on alcohol misuse published today. The British Liver Trust voiced its concern over the report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), which showed that 40per cent of people were unaware of sensible drinking guidelines and 77per cent….

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Effects of alcohol addiction

Alcohol addiction is the most common type of addiction, which has spread across the world and the number of population under alcohol addiction is increasing at an alarming rate. The habit of drinking alcohol is very fatal and therefore it needs to be timely restrained. There are various long term and short-term effects of alcohol….

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The Disease Model of Addiction

The The Disease Model of Addiction

If I went to my doctor with a set of symptoms, no one would question the fact that I was sick. No one would impose a moral judgment on me for having those symptoms, and I wouldn’t be viewed as a law breaker for being ill. But many people reject the idea of addiction as….

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How AA helps an alcoholic recover from addiction

Before Bill Wilson founded Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935, there was little hope for those with a drinking problem. Intelligent, highly successful people could not understand why they consistently got into trouble when they drank. Moreover, they could not fathom why they repeatedly returned to the bottle despite pledges of total abstinence. Alcoholics frequently visited hospitals….

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