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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

Toughest hurdle to overcome is denial

It is often difficult for the family to admit something is wrong Telling your drug-addicted child he or she isn’t welcome at home unless they get treatment or abides by the house rules is painful for any parent. “But it may be the critical move that eventually saves a child’s life,” said addictions expert Dr…..

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Causes of ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is commonly known as ADHD. ADHD is a form of mental disorder, which is commonly found in small children. The children with ADHD disorder suffer impaired functioning. These children find it difficult to concentrate and are very impulsive, restless and also hyperactive. This can greatly affect their progress at school and….

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Alcoholism: What you might not know

Concerns about alcohol abuse have been making headlines this week. A woman who drinks two glasses of wine every day is at risk for developing liver trouble, a doctor says. A woman who drinks two glasses of wine every day is at risk for developing liver trouble, a doctor says. First, the Indian state of….

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Side effects of cancer treatment

Every person is differently affected with the cancer treatment. Depending on various physical factors, some people may experience fewer side effects while some may not experience any side effects at all. However, it is found that most of the patients feel very sick after or during their treatment process. Usually the doctors do tell their….

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The AbuseCheck Hair Alcohol Test

From a Small Sample of Hair, This Test Can Distinguish Non-Drinkers from Moderate and Abusive Drinkers Alcoholism poses serious health issues with major socio-economic consequences to society. Four major areas of concern are public transportation, child custody rights, measuring underage drinking, and tools for monitoring rehabilitation. The Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991 requires….

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