Addiction Treatment Centre: Healing Our Community: Fighting for Our People, Our Children, Our Land

Healing our community: Fighting for our people, our children, our land
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North Caribou Lake First Nation has taken a mountainous step to fight against the prescription drug abuse that has rapidly overtaken the community of 1,000. SEVEN Youth Media writer James Benson takes readers inside the treatment centre where he …
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Punting biggest danger to elite AFL footballers
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The head of Adelaide's addiction treatment centre GATS – to which the AFL players' union refers players – has estimated between 10 and 15 per cent of footballers on any given list are now vulnerable to gambling addiction after the recent spike. Program …
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City police looks to sign protocol with Jubilee Centre 0
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“This is a little more specific where actually we get a hold of the Jubilee Centre staff,” the chief said. “If someone is suffering from mental illness or addictions and he says to us, upon his release from custody, that he wants some type of treatment …
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'Treatment protocols for drug use in Pakistan' launched
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It is estimated that there are 6,25,000 opium users in Pakistan and 125,000 injecting drugs users, out of which 60 percent of the drug addicts falls in the age group of 15-30 years. … Dow University has decided to start centre for drug treatment in …
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The Cabin Chiang Mai


The Cabin Chiang Mai is Asia’s most respected addiction treatment centre. Set in sub-tropical gardens in Northern Thailand, it offers world class treatment programs that employ intelligent holistic non-religious treatment methods which are accessible to people of all cultures and beliefs.

 

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One Response to “Addiction Treatment Centre: Healing Our Community: Fighting for Our People, Our Children, Our Land”

  • EFT4MeDebi:

    Beautiful environment! One? that supports the spiritual, physical & mental aspects of inner change. A 96% completion rate is encouraging. With addictions, long term success is a struggle 4 many. I believe AA’s 12 step model needs 2 be modified to include today’s devastating drugs. The original model (prob the best tried & true) turns off many b/c of the moral & religeous issues. AA’s long term success rate is 2 low. Can’t fight today’s drugs with antiquated methods. This idea looks hopeful!