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West Virginia Treatment Centers

West Virginia AA Meetings

West Virginia Area 73 Alcoholics Anonymous

Al-Anon Family Groups

West Virginia Al-Anon / Alateen

Mental Health Services

Health & Human Bureau for Behavioral Health

West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers

West Virginia Behavioral Health

Well WVU Mental Health

Anonymous Groups

Greater WV Area – NA

Mountaineer Region NA

NA Wheeling West Virginia

Cocaine Anonymous – call (800) 347-8998

West Virginia Gamblers Hotline – call 855-2CALLGA

Sex Addicts Anonymous West Virginia

Marijuana Anonymous West Virginia

West Virginia Helplines

AIDS Hotline – call (800) 642-8244

Rape Crisis Center – call (304) 523-0558

West Virginia Child/Adult/Domestic Violence Abuse Hotline – call 800-352-6513

Runaway youth and family crisis center – call 800-999-9999

Treatment & Detox Guide

Drink misuse ‘costs each Scot GBP900’

The impact of Scotland’s drink culture on the health service was laid bare yesterday when it emerged that the cost of treating only one person with a moderately severe alcohol-related head injury is more than £34,000. The extraordinary figure was released by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Scotland’s biggest health board. The sum covers only….

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Overeaters Anonymous provides support in fight against compulsion

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Facing a dozen strangers seated around a table, the heavyset man with thinning hair put down his coffee and paused before introducing himself: “My name is Christian. And I’m a compulsive overeater.” For the next hour, members of the MetroWest Intergroup of Overeaters Anonymous shared personal stories of long-term weight gain and….

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Five policies on mental health and addiction

Addiction and mental health

This week – the countdown toward the federal election – has been Mental Illness Awareness week. The cost of mental illness to the Canadian economy in terms of health care and lost productivity is estimated to be $51 billion a year. Given the absence of mental health and addiction issues from the campaign, it appears….

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What to Expect at Eating Disorder Treatment Centers

eating disorder recovery

About Eating Disorders and Treatment Most eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia revolve around a person’s distorted body image of their self. People who have eating disorders commonly feel as though they are not attractive or need to lose weight, even if they are extremely below weight. Eating disorders can cause numerous health complications….

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Getting help to cut alcohol

Richard started drinking a few glasses of red wine in the evening to relax and pass the time. But gradually a couple of glasses turned into a bottle – and then two. Without realising it Richard, a 51-year-old professional, was soon drinking 126 units a week – four and a half times more than the….

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