After 40 Years, Is War on Drugs Worth Fighting? – CBS News

Alcohol Rehab: After 40 years, is war on drugs worth fighting? – CBS News


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After 40 years, is war on drugs worth fighting?
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All of her stories, videos and blogs are available here. by Rick03466 June 18, 2011 9:01 AM EDT I have worked as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor for the past 25 years and for more than decade I have worked in non profit Mandated Treatment.
Four Decades Later, It's Time to Scrap the Dead-End Drug WarTIME (blog)

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Alcohol Rehab: ACCENT: Some residents oppose plans to house recovering addicts in Bloor … – The Sudbury Star

ACCENT: Some residents oppose plans to house recovering addicts in Bloor
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Martin says he has been surprised at the intensity of the opposition to his plan to rent the six bedrooms in the apartment building to 12 recovering addicts who would help each other ease back into society after undergoing drug or alcohol treatment.

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Alcohol Rehab: Burning Tree Takes addicts and alcoholics beyond sobriety – DigitalJournal.com (press release)

Burning Tree Takes addicts and alcoholics beyond sobriety
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Burning Tree announced today that their approach to long-term rehabilitation goes beyond treating the disease of chemical or alcohol addiction to embracing life choices that impact the whole health. Underneath the most visible signs and symptoms of

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Alcohol Rehab: To Your Health: Treating brain injury some science, lots of support
Healing the human brain, one of the body’s great mysteries, is a much more complicated issue and oftentimes, there’s little a doctor can do to treat damage to the brain. However, breakthroughs in clinical neuroscience are teaching us that an injured brain often has an amazing potential to heal itself. In many cases, given the proper rest and rehabilitation, an injured brain can actually grow new …
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Alcohol Rehab: Meet the 2011 LA Film Festival Filmmakers | “Once I Was a Champion” Director Gerard Roxburgh
In 2008, Ultimate Fighting Championship star Evan Tanner went on a solo trip to the desert. Several days later his body was found less than a mile from his campsite. A complex man and an anomaly in the world of mixed martial arts, Tanner was a self-taught philosopher with conflicted feelings about fighting and a self-described loner who motivated thousands with his writing. Combining archival …
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Alcohol Rehab: Hicks: Weinergate proves men need new ways to stop being dangerously stupid.
I understand the need to do stupid things.Some close to me might say I’ve made an art of doing stupid things.
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