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    River City Recovery Center Inc
  • 12490 Alta Mesa Road
  • Herald,CA, 95638


  • Another Choice Another Chance
  • 5415 Florin Road
  • Sacramento,CA, 95823


  • Azure Acres Recovery Center
  • 5777 Madison Avenue
  • Sacramento,CA, 95841


  • BHC Heritage Oaks Hospital Inc
  • 4250 Auburn Boulevard
  • Sacramento,CA, 95841


  • Bi Valley Medical Clinic
  • 310 Harris Avenue
  • Sacramento,CA, 95838


  • Bi Valley Medical Clinic
  • 2100 Capitol Avenue
  • Sacramento,CA, 95816


  • Bridges Inc
  • 1422 28th Street
  • Sacramento,CA, 95816


  • Change
  • 2701 Cottage Way
  • Sacramento,CA, 95825


  • Chemical Dependency Recovery Program
  • 2829 Watt Avenue
  • Sacramento,CA, 95821


  • Del Paso Heights Neighborhood
  • 3970 Research Drive
  • Sacramento,CA, 95838


  • Effort
  • 7586 Stockton Boulevard
  • Sacramento,CA, 95823


  • Effort Counseling Center
  • 1820 J Street
  • Sacramento,CA, 95811


  • Effort Inc
  • 4410 Power Inn Road
  • Sacramento,CA, 95826


  • Effort Incorporated
  • 8223 East Stockton Boulevard #D
  • Sacramento,CA, 95828


  • El Hogar Community Services Inc
  • 608 and 610 10th Street
  • Sacramento,CA, 95814


  • Gateway Foundation
  • 4049 Miller Way
  • Sacramento,CA, 95817


  • Gifted Healing Center
  • 2251 Florin Road
  • Sacramento,CA, 95822


  • Juveniles At Risk
  • 7600 Green Haven Drive
  • Sacramento,CA, 95831


  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
  • 6600 Bruceville Road
  • Sacramento,CA, 95823


  • Mercy Perinatal Recovery Network
  • 650 Howe Avenue
  • Sacramento,CA, 95825


  • Mexican American Alcoholism Prog Inc
  • 2515 48th Avenue
  • Sacramento,CA, 95822


  • Mexican American Alcoholism Prog Inc
  • 4241 Florin Road
  • Sacramento,CA, 95823


  • National Council on Alc and Drug Dep
  • 2316 Bell Executive Lane
  • Sacramento,CA, 95825


  • Panacea Services Inc
  • 3353 Bradshaw Road
  • Sacramento,CA, 95827


  • River City Recovery Center Inc
  • 500 22nd Street
  • Sacramento,CA, 95816


  • Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Ctr
  • 2925 34th Street
  • Sacramento,CA, 95817


  • Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Ctr
  • 4516 Parker Avenue
  • Sacramento,CA, 95820


  • Sacramento County Probation
  • 2140 Stockton Boulevard
  • Sacramento,CA, 95817


  • Sacramento Native American Health
  • 2020 J Street
  • Sacramento,CA, 95811


  • Sacramento Recovery House Inc
  • 1914 22nd Street
  • Sacramento,CA, 95816


  • Sacramento Veterans Resource Center
  • 7270 East Southgate Drive
  • Sacramento,CA, 95823


  • Sierra Vista Hospital
  • 8001 Bruceville Road
  • Sacramento,CA, 95823


  • Strategies for Change
  • 4343 Williamsbourgh Drive
  • Sacramento,CA, 95823


  • Strategies for Change
  • 4330 Auburn Boulevard #2200
  • Sacramento,CA, 95841


  • Terra Nova Counseling
  • 5777 Madison Avenue
  • Sacramento,CA, 95841


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A series of studies have been conducted on the health issues relating to the short-term and long-term use of alcohol among adults. Long-term use can result in liver damage, certain cancers, and brain shrinkage. The second main cause of dementia is alcohol use; alcohol use often causes one to age qui A high school student who is alcohol-dependent has a harder time remembering words and simple geometric designs after a 10-minute interval than a non-alcoholic youth. Teens suffering from alcohol problems in high school may also suffer long lasting consequences. Still, it is unclear that if an indiv It is common knowledge that underage drinking is illegal, but it is important to note that it also poses an elevated risk to the individual and to society. Automobile crashes are the main cause of death among youths 15 to 20 years old. The statistics for deadly crashes among alcohol-induced drivers High school alcohol problems can also result in depression and stress, and in unfortunate incidences can lead to suicide, which is the third main cause of death among individuals age 14 to 25. One study revealed that 37 percent of 8th grade females who drank heavily confirmed to attempting suicide.
In drug and alcohol rehab, an individual can receive help with her withdrawal. Withdrawal is the body’s response to the removal of the drug it has become dependent on. Withdrawal results in craving for more of the drug that is being removed from the body. Detoxification is the timeframe in which t Opiates such as heroin and methadone, and prescription drugs such as Hydrocodone, Oxycontin, Xanax, Vicodin and Lortab, need medical detox supervision. Other illicit drugs such as marijuana, crystal methamphetamine, and cocaine do not need medical detox. In drug and alcohol rehab, the drug detox pro Similar to drug detox, alcohol detox is usually done in an inpatient medical center. The key to a successful detoxification is preparation. The first course of therapy is to get the patient to a point where he is ready to change his drinking behavior. Medical specialists must give patients all the p The intention of detox is to alleviate the physical symptoms, which includes tremors, headaches, vomiting, sweating, restlessness, lack of appetite, sleeplessness, hallucinations, hyperactivity, and convulsions. Alcohol detox medications are similar to drug detox medications (buprenophex, certain b