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Alcoholism Information & Treatment Centers


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Business Listing   Adrians Rehabilitation House - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 629-1942


Business Listing   AEGIS Medical Systems Inc - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 623-6391


Business Listing   Alcoholicos Anonimos Oficina Intergrutal 2 - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 629-0493


Business Listing   American Hospital Chemical Dependency Recovery - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 865-2336


Business Listing   Aqeel Rubina MD - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 596-7733


Business Listing   Bill Parson's Services - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 623-2571


Business Listing   Counseling Center - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 624-4111


Business Listing   Country Oaks Care Center - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 622-1067


Business Listing   Family Service of Pomona Valley - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 620-1776


Business Listing   Help The People Foundation - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 469-5792


Business Listing   Hughes Occupational Consultants - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 622-6969


Business Listing   Inland Valley Recovery Services - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 622-7311


Business Listing   National Council On Alcoholism Dpndnce of E SN GB - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 629-4084


Business Listing   One To One Rehab - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 620-8443


Business Listing   Park Avenue Sober Living - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 622-9794


Business Listing   Pomona Alcohol & Drug - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 622-2273


Business Listing   Pomona Vista Alzheimer's Center - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 623-2481


Business Listing   Prototypes Community - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 398-4383


Business Listing   Prototypes Women Center - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 624-1233


Business Listing   Rehabcare Group - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 628-9849


Business Listing   Triangle Club - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 623-9070


Business Listing   Victory Outreach Pomona - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 621-7456


Business Listing   Victory Outreach Womens Home - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 397-4385


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Helpful Definition for: Alcoholism Information & Treatment Centers

Alcohol dependence syndrome is termed as 'alcoholism'. It depends on what type of drink one takes, in how much quantity and for how long. And when this want reaches an uncontrollable need for alcoholism, the person is said to be alcoholic. Alcoholism Information is the information which everybody should have an idea about. In Pomona, many cases are there where a person is not able to recover from this habit of drinking, that is when a person needs assistance which the treatment centers can provide. In Pomona, there are many treatment centers which can provide people needing assistance with alcoholism information.

One of the treatments of alcoholism include detoxification treatment, in a controlled environment and close monitoring. It may also include administering benzodiazepines. This process takes three to seven days, after which it is psychological rather than physical or chemical. Its main aim is to prevent a relapse of excessive drinking. There are also medications to stop the addicted person from drinking again. When a person tries to withdraw from this habit, the person may face various types of withdrawal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, headache, a shaking of the whole body, and so on. Even counseling helps a person to avoid drinking, but the most important factor is will power.

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