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Delaware Treatment Centers

Delaware AA Meetings

Northern Delaware Intergroup – For help finding Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in the Northern Delaware area.

Southern Delaware Intergroup – A comprehensive list of AA meetings taking place throughout Southern Delaware.

Central Delaware Intergroup – Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Central Delaware.

Al-Anon Family Groups

Al-Anon groups provide help and support to the families of those suffering from alcoholism. For a complete listing of meetings in the Delaware and Northeast Maryland area, visit AL-Anon Delaware.

Mental Health Services

The Delaware Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services provides access to local mental health services, treatment and support.

Rockford Center

Delaware Guidance Services-Children

MeadowWood Behavioral Health

Anonymous Groups

Narcotics Anonymous meetings in Delaware.

Cocaine Anonymous meetings for those in recovery from cocaine addiction.

Delware Council on Gambling Problems offers help to compulsive gamblers.

Diamond State Overeaters Anonymous offers hope and help to those who suffer from eating disorders.

Delaware Helplines

AIDS Hotline – call (800) 422-0429

Gamblers Anonymous – Delware – call (800) 464-4357

Kent / Sussex Mobile Crisis Unit – call 800-345-6785

New Castle CMHC Mobile Crisis Intervention Service – call 800-652-2929

Treatment & Detox Guide

Drinkers’ Red Face May Signal Cancer Risk

People whose faces turn red when they drink alcohol may be facing more than embarrassment. The flushing may indicate an increased risk for a deadly throat cancer, researchers report. The flushing response, which may be accompanied by nausea and a rapid heartbeat, is caused mainly by an inherited deficiency in an enzyme called ALDH2, a….

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Major Report Finds Screening and Early Intervention Program Used in Diverse Health Care Settings Dramatically Reduces Illicit Drug Use among Patients

Report found a 67.7 percent reduction in illicit drug use over a six month period among people receiving these services The Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) program can reduce illicit drug use among patients seeking medical care in a wide variety of health care settings such as hospitals, physician offices, and community….

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Participants: County Alcohol treatment program works

Todd Hunter has been sober for two-and-a-half years. The 47-year-old Appleton man credits his sobriety in part to an alcohol program that will soon be available to convicted drunk drivers across the state. After Hunter was convicted of his third drunken driving offense in 2007, his attorney suggested he participate in the Safe Streets Treatment….

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How to Get a Loved one to Accept Treatment for Addiction

Treatment program for Addiction

Millions of people suffer from addiction to drugs or alcohol and thousands of families find themselves trying to figure out how to get their loved ones to accept treatment for addiction. Getting someone into treatment is not always as easy as it sounds and anyone who has dealt with an addict knows that sometimes getting….

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People Versus Alcohol and Drugs

IT is a battle that all of us have to join hands and fight. Alcohol and drug abuse is on the increase in our society, especially among the youth. Young people should guard against becoming victims or risk being given a knockout by alcohol and drugs. Please stay clear of alcohol and drugs. We know….

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