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Addiction Art Therapy Information

I would like more information or resources pertaining to art therapy groups in the Cleveland area - geared towards helping those recovering from alcoholism.

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Resources for art therapy
by: Debbie Wicker

Art therapy can be an excellent therapy for addiction recovery. Your doctor a can an excellent resource for finding a good treatment center in your area that uses art therapy. You can also call the ER at your local hospital ans ask them for a referral for art therapy.

The Cleveland Clinic also does do art therapy and you can call them and get their thoughts on the best places to go in your area for art therapy and addiction treatment.

Here are a few more places you can also try:

For Women

For Teens

For General information

Good Luck!

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