detoxification centre

detoxification centre

n
(Medicine) a place that specializes in the treatment of alcoholism or drug addiction
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Zoe volunteers with drug addiction agency CAIS and now also works as a healthcare support worker at the Hafan Wen detoxification centre in Wrexham.
Tenders are invited for Outsourcing of Services for Drug Detoxification Centre, Health Deptt.
At the end of last year, Iran opened its first detoxification centre for alcoholics, whose number the Iranian authorities estimate at 200,000 nationwide.
He said on the directive of Prime Minister, Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani ten-bedded Detoxification Centre has been established at Adiala Jail, Rawalpindi where volunteer drug addict prisoners are provided detoxification facility.
First they travel to a detoxification centre, and when they are done, many of the lucky ones are given the chance to work on the farms.
Williams had been to a detoxification centre at Hafan Wen in Wrexham and was now "a totally different person".
If anyone knows of a good Sudoku Detoxification Centre, let me know.
The rehabilitation and detoxification centre has been used by 568 inmates.
At the opening of an inquest in Ruthin John Gittins, coroner for North Wales East and Central, said Mr Tobin, an unemployed roofer of no fixed abode, had lived at a detoxification centre since May 20 but police were called on the day of his death to eject him.
Campaign group Community Against the Solna Alcoholics Detoxification Centre has been set up to oppose the plans with leaflets and a website citing concerns about personal safety.
In 2002, he went to a detoxification centre in Harrogate and came out focused and able to control himself.
The judge ordered him to attend a detoxification centre because he believed it would be a waste of public money to jail him.