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Major Health Insurance Plans Provide too Little Help for Substance Abuse

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Facilities across Pennsylvania, and around the country, have reported that insurance providers are limiting entrance to residential treatment centers by using very strict eligibility criteria. In 2011 more than 800,000 people sought but could not …
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UN: Sandy shows need for action on climate change

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Should marijuana be treated like alcohol? Or should it remain in the same legal category as heroin and the most dangerous drugs? Votes this week by Colorado and Washington to allow adult marijuana possession have…More >>. Should marijuana be …
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Glenwood Springs detox center to close Wednesday

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GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The drug and alcohol detox facility based in the Garfield County Jail will close just after midnight Wednesday, according to a statement from Colorado West, the nonprofit organization that manages the county's detox program. In its …
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Ten Thousand Sign Petition for Alcohol Treatment Fund

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Earlier this month, the Center for Addiction Medicine (SÁÁ), suggested that 10 percent of the taxes collected through the sale of alcohol be directed to help alcoholics and their children. saa-vogur_ps. From the SÁÁ treatment center in Vogur. Photo by …
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