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001. 800-TOP-DOCTOR -- Please check state availability
002. 800-20-REHAB
003. 800-27-NICOTINE
004. 800-3-OVERDOSE
005. 800-365-ALCOHOL
006. 800-378-DRUNK
007. 800-399-USER
008. 800-4-A-REHAB
009. 800-4-EZ-REHAB
010. 800-4-SUBSTANCE (ABUSE)
011. 800-40-DETOX
012. 800-40-SMOKE
013. 800-400-ADDICT
014. 800-5-PAINKILLER
015. 800-5-REHABILITATE
016. 800-50-RECOVER
017. 800-545-QUIT
018. 800-6-SMOKER and 800-6-SMOKES
019. 800-60-HABIT
020. 800-60-QUITS
021. 800-64-SOBRIETY
022. 800-666-REHAB
023. 800-8-CIRRHOSIS
024. 800-8-JUNKIE
025. 800-8-METHADONE
026. 800-805-DRUG
027. 800-85-DRUGS
028. 800-90-DRUNK
029. 800-914-CIGS
030. 800-ABUSIVE
031. 800-CRACK-35
032. 800-CRACK-LINE
033. 800-CURE-DRINKING
034. 800-DETOX-55
035. 800-DETOX-CALL
036. 800-DETOX-GREAT
037. 800-DETOX-PLAN
038. 800-DETOX-TODAY
039. 800-DETOX-USA
040. 800-DETOX-WEB
041. 800-DRUG-BYPASS
042. 800-DRUG-COCAINE and 800-DRUG-ANALYSIS
043. 800-DRUG-CULTURE
044. 800-DRUG-FIGHT
045. 800-DRUG-OVERDOSE
046. 800-DRUGS-PLAN
047. 800-DRUNK-ADVICE
048. 800-DRUNK-CALL
049. 800-DRUNK-COACH
050. 800-DUI-ADDICT
Latest Addictions News
Penticton Youth Centre gains key resource
Penticton will be joining the Foundry network, providing youth aged 12-24 with access to integrated health and social services, thanks to provincial funding, donations and support from the community. “The emotional wellbeing of our youth is critical
Updated: 12/15/2017 01:00P
Family doctors should learn to treat addiction, not shun patients: scientist
Family doctors should be on the front lines of addiction treatment but many are unwilling to learn about substance use even as a national overdose crisis worsens, says the head of medical education at Canadas largest mental health teaching hospital
Updated: 12/14/2017 11:07P
Family doctors should learn to treat addiction, not shun patients: scientist
Family doctors should be on the front lines of addiction treatment but many are unwilling to learn about substance use even as a national overdose crisis worsens, says the head of medical education at Canadas largest mental health teaching hospital
Updated: 12/14/2017 09:07P
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