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  • Center for Change
  • Center for Change
    is an Alcohol Abuse Rehab Facility located at 6990 West 38th Avenue Wheat Ridge, CO. 80033 and can be contacted by calling 303-422-4126. Center for Change offers treatment services for Illicit Drug Addiction, Prescription Drug Abuse and Alcoholism

    Treatment Services Offered: Alcohol Addiction Treatment, Outpatient Alcohol Treatment, Services for Young Adults, Dual Diagnosis, AIDS/HIV Clients, Lesbian and Gay, Over 50, Expectant Mothers, Women, Men, DUI - DWI Offenders, Court Appointed Client Services
    Payment Options: Payment Assistance Through Medicaid, Self Pay, Sliding-Scale Fee

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  • Tolerance is the adaptation of the body to the effects of alcohol; when a person develops an alcohol tolerance, they must drink more and more of it in order to produce the same effects as the first time they drank.
  • Blood Alcohol Level of .20%: You feel confused, dazed, or otherwise disoriented. You need help to stand up or walk. If you hurt yourself at this point, you probably won't realize it because you won't feel pain. If you are aware you've injured yourself, chances are you won't do anything about it. At this point you may experience nausea and/or start vomiting (keep in mind that for some people, a lower blood alcohol level than .20% may cause vomiting). Your gag reflex is impaired, so you could choke if you do throw up. Since blackouts are likely at this level, you may not remember any of this.
  • During 2007, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention documented an increase in the number of alcohol related deaths on college campuses throughout the United States; most of these deaths were reported to be due to accidental alcohol poisoning.
  • Since the mid-1970's, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that the 21-year-old minimum drinking age laws have saved 21,887 lives.

For more information, visit www.drug-rehabs.org.