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Aurora, Colorado Treatment Centers

CEDAR/University of Colorado Hospital 1693 North Quentin Street
Aurora, CO 80045
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Community Partnerships and Associates 1310 South Chambers Road
Aurora, CO 80017
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Strides LLC 2993 South Peoria Street
Suite 128
Aurora, CO 80014
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School of Recovery and Self Improvement 2851 South Parker Road
Suite 670
Aurora, CO 80014
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Milestone Center for Human Development 2620 South Parker Road
Suite 143
Aurora, CO 80014
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Arapahoe House Aurora Outpatient 2600 South Parker Road
Building 5 Suite 250
Aurora, CO 80014
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American Charities 2323 South Troy Street
Suite E-107
Aurora, CO 80014
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Saddle Rock Counseling 2323 South Troy Street
Building 1 Suite 310
Aurora, CO 80014
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Creative Recovery Counseling and Consulting Inc 2323 South Troy Street
Building 1 Suite 310
Aurora, CO 80014
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A Community Re Entry Place 2228 South Fraser Street
Suite 3
Aurora, CO 80014
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Treatment for bi-polar disorder

Bi-polar is a disorder where you experience periods of excitability along with the periods of depression. This swing of moods from one emotion to the other can be very abrupt. The very common treatment for the bi-polar disorder is the mood-stabilizing medicines like the carbamazepine, lithium and valproic acid. These medications are very effective to….

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Binge drinking injures 500,000 annually

The habit of college students to over-indulge is no youthful prank, say health experts Universities and colleges are “missing the mark” in their fight against binge drinking on campus, which a new study says leads to 500,000 injuries in one year in the U.S. alone. The research suggests that blanket efforts, such as cutting down….

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Rehab

The lifestyle of the people around the globe is changing rapidly. Life has become very fast paced. Every individual faces many challenges at work place, socially and at relation with family and friends. Naturally, tension and pressure is overloading the life of an individual.   People think that the easiest and the most enjoyable way of….

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How can dual diagnosis be treated

A person with Dual diagnosis is affected with substance abuse and mental health disorder at the same time. Therefore, it is very important to find out the cause of substance abuse and mental health problem, individually in these people and to study and then draft out a proper method for the diagnosis of this dual….

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Professionals Are Drinking The Working Classes Under The Table

Britain’s alcohol epidemic is being fuelled by stressed middle-class drinkers, it was revealed yesterday. As figures showed drink-related deaths more than doubling since the early 1990s, research also revealed that white- collar workers are more likely to consume alcohol every day than the working classes. Most admit their heaviest drinking is done at home, with….

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