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  • Community Alcohol Information Program (CAIP): The Community Alcohol Information Program (CAIP) is a private, non-profit agency founded in 1977 to provide alcohol education, assessment, and evaluation services to persons convicted of alcohol related offenses in New Hampshire. Our main office is located in Concord, NH, with service locations in Nashua and Laconia.
  • Alcohol Treatment: Alcohol treatment involves the evaluation and management of acute alcohol withdrawal, treatment of nutritional deficiencies, detoxification, and the maintenance of abstinence. Alcohol treatment is needed for children, women, and college students, all of whom are drinking alcohol at increasing rates. Approximately 10% of people who regularly drink alcohol will develop alcohol dependence. People who repeatedly drink large volumes of alcohol will develop tolerance. Some of those will also develop physical dependence.
  • Alcoholism Recovery Breakthrough: "It's so simple, it will amaze you..." addiction expert, James Ronin says And he insists you can learn his simple fool-proof recovery method in seven days or less... This is what you can expect after you discover these amazing secrets...
  • Gentleman Drunk: Where do I begin? It's hard to remember. I know I've blocked out a lot. My therapist tells me that I do not want to remember because it hurts too much.
  • >Drinking Partner from Drink-less.com: Further, there is a general consensus that you are either an alcoholic or you are not; a very rigid and black and white conclusion. There is a huge gray area that abstinence and treatment programs do not address and there are millions of drinkers who are interested in drinking less and drinking in moderation.
  • Jude Thaddeous Program: You are being given the tools to make sensible and well-informed decisions regarding your substance abuse problems.
  • Health Recovery It reflects our dedication to spread a new paradigm of medical treatment based on orthomolecular ideas gathered from around the world and applied at the Health Recovery Center in Minneapolis
  • Smart Recovery At SMART we believe that each individual finds his own path to recovery. 'ca For some that may include traditional 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA). While the SMART approach differs from AA and NA, it does not exclude them. Some SMART participants choose to attend AA or NA meetings when they cannot attend a SMART meeting. 'ca Some find that what they hear at AA or NA meetings helps them on their path to permanent recovery.
  • Drink In SafetyDrinkInSafety.com is an education center that administers and supports a healing, outpatient program designed to assist excessive drinkers in controlling their drinking and transforming their lives.
  • Sober 24 Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are local support groups that we endorse for recovery from the disease of addiction. Alanon and Naranon are local support groups that we endorse for family and friends of those afflicted with the devestation of alcohol and/or drug addiction.
  • Family Recovery:What makes us unique is that we base all our treatments on helping the patients to recognize the origin of the problem that results in the need to self-medicate. Learning how to deal with these problems results in facing situations instead of avoiding them and reduces the chance of relapse.
  • Florida Detox:For I know the plans that I have for you, says the Lord, plans to prosper you and to give you hope and a future. (Jeremiah 29:11)
  • Intervene:Addiction is defined as the compulsive need for and use of something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, characterized by tolerance and by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal; Being abnormally tolerant to and dependent upon a habit forming substance.
  • Clear Haven: Cocaine addiction is one of society's greatest problems today. Individuals addicted to cocaine will do almost anything to get the drug. It has penetrated all levels of our society, rich, poor, and everyone in between. Family members connected to cocaine addicts live in chaos and confusion. Not understanding the underlying mechanics of cocaine addiction.
  • Help Addicts:Alcoholism has little to do with willpower. Alcoholics are in the grip of a powerful craving, or uncontrollable need for alcohol that overrides their ability to stop drinking, which can be as strong as the need for food or water. The majority of alcoholics require assistance to recover, involving treatment and support. The tendency for some individuals to develop alcoholism is strongly associated with genetics. Scientists have found that having an alcoholic family member increases the likelihood of and individual developing alcoholism. There are environmental factors that contribute to alcohol dependency as well, such as where and how he or she lives, family, friends, culture, peer pressure, and availability.
  • Women's Issues:n my late twenties, I was lonely and looking for love in a neighborhood bar. It wasn't long before I met a man who agreed to help me create a fearful bond of alcoholism and abusive behavior.
  • About Alcoholism:But it doesn't act like a disease! The difficulty in recognizing alcoholism as a disease is it sure doesn't seem like one.