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The Facts about Alcoholism

Whether we choose to believe it or not, alcohol is an accepted part of our social culture. Whether it is cocktails at happy hour, tailgating at a football game, or at a dinner party, alcohol is the common thread in many social gatherings. Because of its widespread acceptance and availability, we do not immediately associate alcohol with the potential of being addictive and creating significant consequences.
You may notice that you are increasingly desirous of a drink to relieve the stress of everyday life.

Alcoholism is a common health and social problems that affect us every day.

Alcoholism is a complex disease and can cause significant and life-changing consequences. The staff at Baltimore’s Behavioral Health Clinic can provide you with the information and support to help you or your loved one find the best alcohol and drug rehab available. All communication with BHC Baltimore is confidential, and we welcome inquiries from friends and family members. The sooner you reach out to for help, the sooner we can help you get better.

For further information, please contact us at (410) 844 – 4110.

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