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Kansas Treatment Centers

Kansas AA Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are provided by groups throughout Kansas to help those suffering from alcohol addiction to get their lives back on track through various 12 step recovery methods that help them to get sober and stay sober. Find a local Kansas AA meeting near you by visiting one of the following local resources:

Kansas Alcoholics Anonymous Area 25

Kansas City Area AA

Kansas District 23 AA

Wichita – Central Office

Al-Anon Family Groups

Kansas Al-Anon Family Group Meetings – complete list of Al-Anon meetings taking place throughout the Kansas area.

Kansas Al-Anon – information about Kansas Al-Anon for victims of alcoholism and alcohol abuse.

Mental Health Services

Throughout Kansas, mental health services and behavioral health centers provide residents with treatment and care to assist in the recovery from mental illness such as anxiety or depression. The following resources are offered to help you find mental health treatment in your area:

Johnson County Mental Health Center

Central Kansas Mental Health Center

Association of Community Mental Health Centers of Kansas

Kansas City’s Community Mental Health Centers

The Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas

Tri-County Mental Health Services, Inc

Anonymous Groups

Mid America Region of NA – Narcotics Anonymous meetings to help with substance abuse.

Kansas City metro Service Committee NA – Substance abuse support and help in the Kansas City Metro area.

Wichita Metro Area of NA – Help for residents of Wichita Kansas area who suffer from substance abuse.

NA for Freedom Area – Narcotics Anonymous meetings in the Freedom area.

Kansas Area of Cocaine Anonymous – Cocaine Anonymous groups for those suffering from cocaine addiction.

Kansas City District of CA – Local Kansas City chapter of Cocaine Anonymous support groups.

Sex Addiction Kansas City – Help for those suffering from sexual addiction in Kansas City.

Kansas Helplines

Health Department HIV/AIDS Hotline – call (785) 296-6174

Child Abuse – if you or someone you know is the victim of child abuse or if you suspect a case of child abuse, call 800-922-5330

Kansas Victims of Domestic Violence call 888-363-2287

Kansas Suicide & Crisis – if you are thinking about committing suicide or you know someone who is considering suicide, call 877-968-8454

Elder Abuse Hotline – If you have been the victim of abuse or you know someone who has been abused, call 800-752-6200

Treatment & Detox Guide

Drinking problem: Too many people binge

Alcohol-related crime is much higher in communities where more people binge drink, and too many people binge drink in Inverell. That information has come from the initial findings of the Alcohol Action in Rural Communities (AARC) project. Close collaborations with members of the Inverell community and the AARC project have helped reveal that rural NSW….

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Trying to break Russia’s vodka dependence

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev is hoping for some New Year’s resolution among his countrymen, as he takes on one of Russia’s most deeply-entrenched and prickliest problems – alcoholism. From 1 January, restrictions on the price of vodka in Russia come into force. The cheapest bottle of vodka on sale will be 89 roubles (around £1.80;….

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Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms Treatment

alcohol withdrawal symptoms problems

Those who suffer from alcohol addiction often continue to drink simply to forgo any withdrawal symptoms from occurring. Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a potentially life threatening illness that can last for many days or even weeks following an individual’s decision to stop drinking but there is help. Many options are available for alcohol withdrawal symptoms treatment….

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Recent study finds men more likely to become alcoholics

A recent study in Lancet Medical Journal says men are twice as likely as women to become alcoholics. Casual drinking may lead to something more serious. A study released this month shines a light on the risks of alcohol abuse, especially among those with a “Y” chromosome. The report says men are twice more likely….

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Drinking and driving is a growing problem

With the holiday season upon is, law enforcement officers are taking measures to make sure the roads are safe. The reason, they say, is that South Carolina leads the nation when it comes to drinking and driving. And that, they say, is no laughing matter. The Palmetto State is second in the country when it….

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