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Massachusetts Treatment Centers

Massachusetts AA Meetings

AA Central Service Committee of Eastern Mass

Holyoke – Western Mass Intergroup Office

Hyannis – Cape Cod Intergroup

Oak Bluffs – Martha’s Vineyard Intergroup

Area 30: Eastern Massachusetts

Area 31: Western Massachusetts

Al-Anon Family Groups

The Massachusetts Al-Anon and Alateen

Western Mass Intergroup

Massachusetts Al-Anon List

Mental Health Services

Massachusetts Health Department of Mental Health

South Bay Mental Health

The Edinburg Center

MGH center for Women’s Mental Health

Mental Health Services Program for Youth

Anonymous Groups

New England Region of Narcotics Anonymous

Central Massachusetts Area NA

Massachusetts NA Meetings Directory

Marijuana Anonymous – Massachusetts

Cocaine Anonymous – Massachusetts

New England Sexaholics Anonymous

Connecticut and Western Mass Gamblers Anonymous

Massachusetts Helplines

AIDS Hotline – call (800) 235-2331

Samaritans 24 Hour Helplines – call 877-870-HOPE

North Essex Mental Health Center Crisis Service & Central – call 800-281-3223

Child Abuse & Neglect Massachusetts – call 800-792-5200

Metro Boston Rape Hotline – call (800) 841-8371

Rape Crisis Center Hotline List

Treatment & Detox Guide

Personal intervention can cut binge drinking

A new study from The University of Texas School of Public Health has found that brief and personal intervention can significantly reduce drinking among risky college drinkers. The researchers found that motivational interviewing with feedback (MIF) significantly reduced drinking among a group of heavy-drinking college students. The MIF intervention includes a personalized feedback profile and….

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The Threads of Addiction

Many people have features of an addictive personality. They heed the call to the “pleasure center,” located in the frontal lobe of the brain. As many individuals yield to the urges and cravings of the pleasure center, negative beliefs and behaviors reinforce the need to continue self-defeating addictive patterns. Beneath the addiction, one finds personality….

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Binge drinking raises stroke risk

Binge drinking more than triples a man’s risk of dying from a stroke. Researchers studied 6,291 Korean people aged 55 years or older to examine the association between binge drinking and risks of mortality due to all causes of death with a focus on cerebrovascular disease. It was noted that 59 percent of adults reported….

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Qualities of the Best Alcohol Treatment Centers

Data gathered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration show as much as 47 percent of the people discharged from alcohol and drug treatment centers successfully completed their treatment programs in 2006. While different factors, such as types of services provided and the type of problem being treated influence the results, the quality of….

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Top 3 Obstacles that Can Derail Your Recovery

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Your recovery all starts with a decision to get sober and stay that way—but even the best decisions, backed by the most profound desire to remain in control can come to an end in some cases. While your recovery is ultimately up to you, there are some obstacles that you will most certainly face along….

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