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         Alcoholism:     more books (104)
  1. Love First: A New Approach to Intervention for Alcoholism and Drug Addiction (A Hazelden Guidebook) (Hezelden Guidebook) by Jeff Jay, Debra Jay, 2000-09-01
  2. Voices of Alcoholism: The Healing Companion: Stories for Courage, Comfort and Strength (Voices Of series) by The Healing Project, 2008-04-01
  3. 100 Q&A About Alcoholism & Drug Addiction (100 Questions & Answers about) by Charles Herrick, 2007-01-25
  4. The Addictive Behaviors: Treatment of Alcoholism, Drug Abuse, Smoking, and Obesity
  5. Alcoholism the Biochemical Connection: A Breakthrough Seven-Week Self-Treatment Program by Joan Mathews-Larson Ph.D., 1992-09-01
  6. The Encyclopedia of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse (Facts on File Library of Health and Living) by Mark S. Gold, Christine A. Adamec, 2010-07-30
  7. Hoping for a Happy Ending: A journalist's story of depression, bipolar and alcoholism by Christine Stapleton, 2009-09-02
  8. Matt Talbot: His Struggle, His Victory over Alcoholism by Susan Helen Wallace, 1992-11
  9. Teens Talk About Alcohol and Alcoholism by Paul Dolmetsch, 1986-12-23
  10. The Idiot and the Odyssey: Walking the Mediterranean by Joel Stratte-McClure, 2008-10-14
  11. Phoenix in a Bottle: How We Overcame Alcoholism, and are Able to Drink Responsibly Again by Lilian MacDonald, Murdoch MacDonald, 2009-09-14
  12. Alcoholism: A Treatment Manual by Wayne Poley, Gary Lea, et all 1979-11
  13. Alternatives to Abstinence: A New Look at Alcoholism and the Choices in Treatment by Heather Ogilvie, 2001-04-27
  14. Handbook of Alcoholism (Handbooks in Pharmacology and Toxicology)

81. Recovery Encounter
A card game about alcoholism and spiritual recovery.
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82. Patron Saints Index: Alcoholism
PATRON SAINT INDEX TOPIC. alcoholism. John of God Martin of Tours Matthias theApostle Monica Urban of Langres

83. Welcome To Women For Sobriety, Inc.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women overcome alcoholism and other addictions.
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84. Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Providers Of NYS
Membership includes programs and agencies throughout New York State which providealcoholism and substance abuse prevention, treatment, research and
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The Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State is committed to working together to support organizations, groups, and individuals that prevent and alleviate the profound personal, social and economic consequences of alcoholism and substance abuse in New York State. ASAP is a not-for-profit membership association which seeks to improve the quality of life in New York State by advocating for and promoting the highest quality treatment, prevention, research and training. Our membership includes coalitions, programs and agencies throughout New York State which provide alcoholism and substance abuse prevention, treatment, research and evaluation and concerned individuals and corporations who wish to support our mission. ASAP is a vehicle for coordination, shared vision and collaboration. ASAP provides a strong unified voice while representing the entire continuum of service providers as well as organizations and individuals who are committed to working to enhance the visibility and image of the entire field.

85. People Helping People
Daily news and informed comment. Openline twice nightly live talk show about alcoholism and addictions.
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Detox closing draws protest
20 beds lost at west Toronto site
Ministry `does not care if addicts die'
A 20-bed detox centre on Queen St. W. will close today as planned, despite protests from community workers who say a shift to outpatient services for alcohol and drug addicts is more about saving money than lives.
Faced with a barrage of criticism in recent weeks, the Ontario health ministry will delay the October closing of 22 beds at another treatment facility on Ossington Ave. until April 2006, when a new community-based detox program is open. More...
Too sick to shoot up? Call a volunteer
Addicts, crippled and blinded by their drug use and too sick to shoot themselves up, will be helped by a volunteer team of users to get high safely.
Forty members of the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users will be patrolling the Downtown Eastside, a slum and open drug market that teems with disease, offering injection education and assistance. More...

86. Center On Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, And Addictions
Search This Site The Web. Get a Search Engine for Your Web Site. CASAA s MissionTo generate, convey, and apply knowledge to reduce suffering related to
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To generate, convey, and apply knowledge to reduce suffering related to addictions and improve the quality of life for those affected by addiction.
CASAA is looking for a Director and the search is now underway.

In the meantime, we'd like to welcome Michael Dougher to CASAA as our new Acting Director.
Registration for CASAA's Grantwriting 501 seminar is now closed.
Professor Steve Verney (Psychology and SARG) has been invited to join the Native Investigators Program, a 2-year training program with salary support to promote health and mental health related research with Native Americans by Native investigators.
Bill Miller is the 2005 recipient of the John P. McGovern Award for demonstrated excellence in substance abuse education and research, from AMERSA, the Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse.
from the Grantwriting 501 seminars are now available for download. UPCOMING TRAINING AT CASAA: Community Reinforcement and Family Training September 16, 2005

87. International Society For Biomedical Research On Alcoholism Home Page
Promotes excellence internationally in all aspects of biomedical research onalcoholism and alcohol related biomedical phenomena.
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ISBRA 's mission is to promote excellence internationally in all aspects of biomedical research on alcoholism and alcohol related biomedical phenomena. Biomedical research on alcoholism has given rise to important advances in knowledge and treatment of alcoholism . Comparative and collaborative research at an international level has made, and will continue to make, important contributions to our understanding of alcoholism and improvements in therapies. These developments led to the birth of the International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism in 1981, bringing together researchers and their expertise from a number of national societies which are now affiliated to ISBRA Our message to ISBRA members is that this website represents a major initiative. Its purpose is to encourage and facilitate communication of ideas and new research among workers in the many convergent disciplines in our common field of biomedical research on alcoholism. From this perspective, it is your website.

88. Open Minds Alcohol And Drug Rehabilitation Programme
Addiction recovery programme designed to meet the needs of those seeking abstinencebased treatment for alcoholism and drug dependency.
OPEN MINDS OPENING MINDS TO CHANGE The Open Minds addiction recovery programme is designed to meet the needs of those seeking abstinence-based treatment for alcoholism and drug dependency. The phases of treatment range from the pre-detoxification services through to extended rehabilitation and back to work schedules. For clients needing residential treatment we offer a comfortable supported housing facility in order to provide full time care and supervision. Dependent on assessment and available client support, access is available to all the phases of treatment on an outpatient basis. The intensive treatment programme is delivered at the Open Minds centre, situated on the campus of the West Cheshire College of Further Education in the City of Chester.
Open Minds are able to support clients during their detoxification or their reduction programme. This is in preparation for engagement with Open Minds abstinence based treatment.
A supported community-based detoxification can be facilitated in accordance with client needs and following an assessment process.
Family therapy
The whole family can be affected by the addiction of one member. Support and education for family members is offered by Open Minds and can be accessed before, during and after the addicted member enters treatment.

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90. Online Alateen Meetings! For The Teenagers Effected By Another Person's Drinking
Offers online meetings and support for teenagers whose lives are adversely effected by a loved ones alcoholism. A safe environment to learn how to live with a alcoholic parent.
At the request of Al-Anon/Alateen WSO and in compliance with WSO policy regarding online meetings, message boards, etc, Miracles In Progress Al-Anon Family Group has discontinued holding online "Alateen" meetings. Announcement: The Webmaster and Founder of Miracles In Progress 12 Step Recovery Forums has put together an independent group for teenagers who are adversely affected by a loved ones alcoholism or addiction. This group is not affiliated with any other 12 Step organization or group. The group adheres to the same protocol, format, steps and traditions that any other 12 Step organization or group attempts to adhere to. This group is for those younger family members whose lives are being affected by someone elses alcoholism or addiction. Go to to learn more about the "Family Teens Group" Should you have any concerns or questions you are welcome to email me at Yours In Recovery, John F.

91. National Black Alcoholism & Addictions Council, Inc.
The National Black alcoholism and Addictions Council, Inc. (NBAC) is a nonprofit,tax exempt organization of Black persons concerned about alcoholism and
We're glad you've stopped by today... Today on NBAC Teens Get Alcohol Meth and Brain Damage Long-Term Effects of Pot? Department of Corrections ... Ecstasy Headlines Call us 1-877-622-2674 MEMBERSHIP DONATION Congressional Black Caucus 35th Annual Legislative Conference Sept. 21-24, 2005 Contact - US Conference on AIDS Sept. 29- Oct. 2, 2005 - Houston, TX Contact - (UMADAOP) - Oct. 5 - 7, 2005 Contact - 330-379-3467 People of Color Conference Oct. 26 - 30, 2005 Albuquerque, New Mexico

92. Rocky Mountain News: Legislature
Research reported in alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research found better health and physical functioning especially in women who reported light to moderate alcohol consumtion.,1299,DRMN_37_2893781,00.
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93. UCSF Family Alcoholism Studies
The UCSF Family alcoholism Study is currently seeking individuals to participate Discovery of a genetic marker for alcoholism may be extremely useful in
The Gallo Research Center in Emeryville, CA Almost half of all adults in the United States (43%) have been directly affected by alcoholism or have a parent, sibling, child or spouse affected by alcoholism. Over 76 million people in this country are directly or indirectly affected by alcoholism. Dr. Kirk Wilhelmsen, Dr. Cassandra Vieten and colleagues in the Department of Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco are currently conducting a study on the genetics of alcoholism. They are trying to answer the important question - do our genes predispose us to certain drinking patterns? In technical terms the study is working toward "Identification of Genetic Loci Affecting Patterns of Alcohol Consumption and the Sequelae of Excessive Consumption." In other words, where are the genes in our DNA that contribute to alcoholism?
Study Currently Seeks Volunteers to Participate in the Research
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The UCSF Family Alcoholism Study is currently seeking individuals to participate in this important national study. You may be eligible to participate if you have a history of heavy drinking (either still drinking or in recovery) without an addiction to another drug

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95. Last Call
A portrait of alcoholism by photographer Mark Peterson, featuring residents ofthe Queens nursing home in Minneapolis. requires Shockwave
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96. The Stepping Stone - Home
Since its founding in 1962, it has provided a residential setting for women in the early stages of recovery from alcoholism. San Francisco.
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The Stepping Stone Stepping Stone is a residence for working women in their early stages of recovery from alcohol abuse. Founded in 1962, its primary purpose is to assist and support working women to help themselves in sobriety. It fosters an environment in which they learn to live successfully in community with others. Because the alcoholic woman often suffers from isolation, the importance of group support with its elements and friendship, is well understood by the staff. Residents are supported by the Foundation who pays for 50% of their board and room through fund raising events, interest from a small endowment and grants. Though not affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous, Stepping Stone's philosophy is based on the principles and twelve steps of AA. Spirit of San Francisco Website Design

97. Alcoholism: The Urge To Keep Drinking Is The First Sign Of An Addiction
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98. Home Page
Resources for persons in recovery from alcoholism, addiction, and other obsessivecompulsive behaviors.
(Warning: this is NOT your virgin maiden aunt's online recovery list...)
T here is a great battle that rages inside me.
One side is the soaring eagle.
Everything the eagle stands for is good and true and
beautiful, and it soars above the clouds. Even though it dips
down into the valleys, it lays it's eggs on the mountaintops.
The other side of me is the howling wolf.
And the raging, howling wolf represents the worst that's in
me. He eats upon my downfalls and justifies himself by his
presence in the pack.

99. "Alcoholism • Addiction Is Successfully Treated At Lakeside Milam Recovery Cent
alcoholism • Addiction is successfully treated at Lakeside Milam Recovery Centers.

Selecting the proper treatment program for alcoholism and other drug addiction is one of the most important life decisions you can ever make. Family, friends, employment, and even lives can hang in the balance. With all the alcoholism treatment centers out there, most people have a lot of questions. What are the signs of alcoholism • addiction? Is alcoholism a disease? What's the difference between alcoholism and heavy drinking? What causes alcoholism? Can alcoholism be "cured"? What's the best way to treat alcoholism and other drug addiction? Lakeside-Milam is the answer . The quality and affordability of our alcoholism and other drug addiction programs, the credentials and experience of our staff, and the beauty and seclusion of our residential center are all unrivaled in the alcoholism • addiction treatment field. Since we opened in 1983, our family owned organization has helped over 100,000 in need. Along the way, we have been recognized by Time/Life, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Avon Books, and Alcoholism and other drug addiction affects everyone who comes in contact with the alcoholic • addict. Whether you're worried about yourself, a family member, or a co-worker, you can't afford to take chances with alcoholism and other drug addiction. Don't wait and hope that the drinking or drug use will go away. Alcoholism doesn't work that way. It can only get worse. Alcoholism and other drug addiction

100. Dwi, Dui. Is The Answer To The Problem Of Drunk Driving A License To Drink?
A simple solution, but controversial idea, concerning drunk driving, alcoholism, alcoholic relapse, as well as many other alcohol related problems.
The Answer to the problem of Drunk Driving, etc.
The answer to the problem of drunk driving, etc. could be this:
A permit for the purchase and consumption of alcohol beverages.
This would not only be a major assault on the problem of drunk driving,
but would also have an effect on virtually all other crimes such as these;
Murder, rape, assault, burglary, robbery, suicide, vandalism, wife beating,
child beating, child molestation, the spread of aids, animal cruelty, etc.,
the list is endless.
If this proposition was made law, there could be a major reduction in all
these areas of concern, even though the emphasis concerning alcohol abuse
seems to be drunk driving in particular. There could also be many other positive results; Families healed, better work performance, booze money spent on products that would help the economy (we’ve all heard of the guy who spends half his check in the bar every payday,) this could also spare many health problems, etc. This new law could go something like this; Any person found guilty of any crime where drinking was a factor would lose the right to purchase and/or consume alcohol beverages.

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