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  • Salvation Army
  • Salvation Army
    is an Alcohol Abuse Rehabilitation Program located at 1215 Fulton Street Grand Rapids, MI. 49503 and can be contacted by calling 616-742-0351. Salvation Army offers treatment services for Illicit Drug Addiction, Alcoholism and Prescription Drug Abuse

    Treatment Services Offered: Alcohol Addiction Treatment, Alcohol Detox, Outpatient Alcohol Treatment, Residential Short-Term Treatment for Alcoholism, Residential Long-Term Treatment for Alcohol Abuse, Dual Diagnosis, Women, Men
    Payment Options: Payment Assistance Through Medicaid, Medicare Assistance, Insurance - Private Pay, Self Pay

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  • There are increased rates of heavy alcohol use amongst those with less than a college degree.
  • The U.S. Department of Justice Report on Alcohol and Crime found that alcohol abuse is present in 40 percent of violent crimes committed in the U.S.
  • Even individuals who are determined to stay sober may suffer one or several "slips," or relapses, before achieving long-term sobriety. Relapses are very common and do not mean that a person has failed or cannot recover from alcoholism. Keep in mind, too, that every day that a recovering alcoholic has stayed sober prior to a relapse is extremely valuable time, both to the individual and to his or her family. If a relapse occurs, it is very important to try to stop drinking once again and to get whatever additional support you need to abstain from drinking.
  • There is no solid evidence which indicates that people can become addicted to spirits more easily than beer or wine, but hard liquor is more likely to produce death in instances of alcohol overdoses.

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