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Longtime Studio City Resident Leonard Buschel Brings REEL Recovery Film Fest

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Info On Alcoholism: Longtime Studio City Resident Leonard Buschel Brings REEL Recovery Film Fest
Local filmmakers and experienced pros showcase their films focusing on drug addiction, alcoholism and recovery at the Beverly Garland Hotel Theatre, Oct. 14-16, 10am-midnight. Tickets are free. RSVP: info@reelrecoveryfilmfestival.org By Debra Graff
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Info On Alcoholism: Community news: Bumpy road set for resurfacing
The group wants to promote its activities to those interested in reducing the effect of alcoholism in the community. Attendance to the event is by invitation only. BEACONSFIELD's charity Christmas card shop, which has been running for more than 40
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Info On Alcoholism: Community Calendar: Oct. 6, 2011
Make checks payable to The Houma Rotary Club Foundation, Inc. For information, e-mail Pete Benoit at pbenoit@coburns.com or call 873-7776. Fireworks, an anger-management class held by the Bayou Council on Alcoholism, is scheduled from 3 to 5 pm Oct. 6,
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Alcoholism Recovery: St. Anthony Foundation Fr. Alfred Center Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Center

Alcoholism Recovery: St. Anthony Foundation Fr. Alfred Center Drug And Alcohol Rehabilitation Center



In an innovative model of drug and alcohol rehabilitation, job skill preparation, and service, The Father Alfred center provides a free comprehensive recovery program for very poor or homeless men. Residents live in a spacious and supportive facility, prepare and serve food in the St. Anthony Dining Room or another service programs, and access on-site support including counseling, employment coaching, and 12 step meetings. This holistic and community oriented program has guided hundreds of people through their first steps of recovery and into successful and stable lives. The first three phases of the Father Alfred Center alcohol and drug recovery program last five to six months. Program participants work in a structured work component for 35-40 hours per week. Intensive rehabilitation is approached holistically through education, individual and group counseling, basic living skills, social skills, recreation, and the development of positive work habits. Residents also participate in an intensive AA/NA based program to support and reinforce a clean and sober lifestyle. The fourth phase of the program lasts six months. During this transitional phase residents prepare for a full return to society, while maintaining a clean and sober lifestyle. Residents go to school, work, or seek employment with support through the Employment Program Learning Center. While continuing their 12-step program, they learn to budget and save enough money for an independent living situation upon
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Alcoholic Rehabilitation: Alcohol Rehabilitation the Focus at 12 Palms Recovery Center

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Alcoholic Rehabilitation: Alcohol Rehabilitation the Focus at 12 Palms Recovery Center
Alcohol dependence and alcohol abuse cost the United States an estimated $ 220 billion in 2005. This dollar amount was more than the cost associated with obesity ($ 133 billion) or with cancer ($ 196 billion). The importance of alcohol rehabilitation,
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Alcoholic Rehabilitation: Bible-centered rehabilitation program helps men build strong, disciplined spirits
An alcoholic for 20 years, Scott Hedge attempted to maintain a regular life with his wife and four children until his drinking progressed. When he was referred to the Warriors Center, he recalled how Vincent prayed over the phone with him and helped
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Alcoholic Denial: Substance Abuse Recovery Includes Mental Component

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Alcoholic Denial: Substance abuse recovery includes mental component
after being treated for alcohol dependence this summer. His wife of 38 years insisted he get treatment or move out. “It got to the point that nothing else mattered,” said Ed, who asked that his full name not be disclosed. “I was in total denial.
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Alcoholic Denial: Meeting airs alcohol complaints
Mihaich has to have a good reason to recommend denial. Objections such as "the community is against it, just for the sake of being against it," or that the area is saturated with other businesses that sell alcohol, don't hold much weight, he said.
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Town Square Event to Spotlight Addiction Recovery

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Alcohol Abuse Treatment: Town Square event to spotlight addiction recovery
According to the Utah Department of Human Services, nearly 5 percent of adults in Utah are classified as needing treatment for drug or alcohol dependence – more than 80000 people in the state are in need of substance abuse treatment services,
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Alcohol Abuse Treatment: The Partnership at Drugfree.org Launches 1-855-DRUGFREE Bilingual, Toll-Free
The Parents Toll-Free Helpline – 1-855-DRUGFREE – (1-855-378-4373) is staffed by social workers with practical experience in substance abuse intervention and treatment. These specialists offer expert advice to help parents plan a course of action for
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Alcoholism Treatment Center: Woman Manages Recovery Booth After Fight With Alcoholism

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Alcoholism Treatment Center: Woman manages recovery booth after fight with alcoholism
She spent the past six months living at the Downtown Women's Center's Haven House, a drug and alcohol treatment program for women. She said Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, 24/7 access to counselors and support from her house mates has helped her stay
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Alcoholism Treatment Center: Treatment center, crematorium variances denied
14 meeting. The all-male facility, which began operation in May of this year, helps adults over the age of 18 and who have recently undertaken previous treatment for alcohol or drug abuse problems. No violent offenders are permitted to the facility The
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