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    Adult and Youth Counseling Servs Inc
  • 803 West 4th Street
  • Pueblo,CO, 81003


  • Associates for Psychotherapy and
  • 924 Indiana Avenue
  • Pueblo,CO, 81004


  • Awareness Institute Inc
  • 1245 Palmer Avenue
  • Pueblo,CO, 81004


  • Bridge to Awareness Counseling Ctr Inc
  • 310 West C Street
  • Pueblo,CO, 81003


  • CO Mental Health Institute at Pueblo
  • 1600 West 24th Street
  • Pueblo,CO, 81003


  • Crossroads Turning Points Inc
  • 509 East 13th Street
  • Pueblo,CO, 81001


  • Crossroads Turning Points Inc
  • 509 East 13th Street
  • Pueblo,CO, 81001


  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • 4112 Outlook Boulevard
  • Pueblo,CO, 81007


  • El Pueblo Boys and Girls Ranch
  • 1 El Pueblo Ranch Way
  • Pueblo,CO, 81006


  • Mirroring Images
  • 815 North Greenwood Street
  • Pueblo,CO, 81003


  • MNP Enterprises
  • 2411 Lake Avenue
  • Pueblo,CO, 81004


  • MNP Enterprises
  • 2415 Lake Avenue
  • Pueblo,CO, 81004


  • Oasis Counseling
  • 717 West 29th Street
  • Pueblo,CO, 81008


  • Parkview Adult Chem Dependency Servs
  • 58 Club Manor Drive
  • Pueblo,CO, 81008


  • Pathways for Youth Inc
  • 1008 West Abriendo Avenue
  • Pueblo,CO, 81004


  • Southern CO Comprehensive Court Servs
  • 200 West B Street
  • Pueblo,CO, 81003


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The four most common types of drug and alcohol treatment are outpatient methadone, outpatient drug-free, long-term residential, and short-term inpatient services. Outpatient methadone programs provide the addict with methadone medication to decrease his heroin cravings and suppress its effects. Some Outpatient drug-free programs utilize a bevy of approaches ranging from problem-solving groups, specialized therapies including psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and 12-step methodologies. Similar to long-term residential treatment programs, patients in outpatient drug-free programs may r The four most popular types of treatment for drug abuse are all effective in decreasing drug use, according to a NIDA-sponsored study of drug abuse treatment results. The Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study (DATOS) kept track of 10,010 drug abusers in almost 100 treatment programs in 11 cities who ha According to DATOS researchers, the reason patients stay in treatment can be attributed to high motivation, legal pressure to remain in treatment, no previous issues with the law, receiving psychological counseling while undergoing treatment, and having no other psychological problems. The investiga
Although there is no general profile of alcoholism, most alcoholics tend to see no harm in their drinking behavior. An alcoholic will generally deny, rationalize, intellectualize and justify her drinking for a number of causes. The most frequent reason is that she is not a hardcore drunk, suffering She will rationalize her drinking because most her friends and significant others drink, or they haven’t had any severe consequences. She will justify drinking because of her career, family or school obligations, often blaming it on the pressures of these environments. She will intellectualize dri When an alcoholic drinks for continuous and long periods of time she may develop specific physical symptoms after she stops drinking. Alcoholism withdrawal or alcohol withdrawal has a number of adverse symptoms, such as elevated hand tremors, nausea or vomiting, visual, auditory and tactile hallucin There is a common misconception that individuals who abuse hard liquor are more likely to become dependent than one who abuses beer or wine. Not true. Alcoholism withdrawal can also happen when the individual uses or abuses beer, wine, and hard liquor. Individuals who are in this predicament are urg