Does your Dad Drink too much?
Where is our Son tonight?
Our Daughter seems to party too much.

Treatment Centers

Here you will find a list of links to our partner treatment centers.  For a referral click on the appropriate link.

Just click the links below to view their websites:

Alabama
www.PacHills.com

Arizona
www.TheRiverSource.org
www.sierratucson.com

Chicago
www.new-hope-recovery.com

Colorado

www.theagapecenter.com
www.innerbalancehealthcenter.com
www.addictioncareoptions.com

Florida
www.bhpalmbeach.com

LA and Orange County
www.soberliving.com
www.passagesmalibu.com
www.SpencerRecovery.com
www.soberrecovery.com

Nation Wide
www.theagapecenter.com
www.thewatershed.com
www.recoveryconnection.org

Texas
www.markhoustonrecovery.com
www.santecenter.com

Utah
www.AscendRecovery.com
www.cirquelodge.com



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FEATURED ARTICLES
August 13,2009

Symptoms
Alcohol problem symptoms are of varying degrees. Family members usually can tell if a loved one is having drinking problems from its early signs. If the person continues drinking, he or she may develop signs of alcohol abuse or alcoholism.
Effects
The effects of alcohol problems depend on the severity of a person's alcohol use. Alcoholism may take its toll on a person's physical, mental and social health, and may even result in death.
Help
The alcohol problem in America is more serious than most of us realize. Based on a recent study, millions of Americans were found to be using alcohol and drugs to gain comfort and temporarily escape their stressful conditions. While alcohol is not the sole "pain-killer" in the US today, it remains the most accessible and legal means of escape.