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Region: Treatment for Women Struggling with Drug Abuse

The Couples Project for Women (CPW) offers free treatment for women with prescription and other drug problems who are either married or live with a male partner. CPW offers 13 weeks of one-on-one outpatient therapy to help you achieve and maintain sobriety. Some women and their male partners will also receive couples counseling to help improve their relationship and to build support for recovery. This study is conducted by researchers at Harvard Medical School and AdCare Hospital. For more information, call AdCare Hospital of Worcester at 1-800-345-3552 ext. 4043.

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