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January 30, 2004 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-30

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KIDS
AT
WHITYOURIHNS KNOW

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HEALING

His thesis, which he has advanced in
more than 45 books, is that lack of
self-esteem is at the bottom of every
psychological disorder.
"If a person has self-esteem, he can
cope with anything," Rabbi Twerski
says.
"If you have something you feel is
precious and beautiful, you take good
care of it." ❑

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Substance abuse arnongJewishkids andwhatyoucandoaboutit

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.

Keynote speaker

Dr. Twersld is the Founder/Medical Director Emeritus of
Gateway Rehabilitation Center

For more information about Rabbi
Twerski's Feb. 25 presentations at
the Jewish Community Center in
West Bloomfield, contact Rabbi
Yisrael Pinson at the Friendship
Circle, (248) 788-7878.

cited as one" of the twelve best US treatment centers.
He is Associate Professor of Psychiatry
at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
and served for 20 years as Clinical Director of
the Department of Psychiatry at St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh.
He is recognized as an international authority
on chemical dependency
and appears frequently on radio and television

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f you, or anyone you know, needs
help in fighting substance abuse,
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you to the proper agency.

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Oakland County Office of Substance
Abuse, (248) 858-5200
Alcoholics Anonymous, Oakland
County, (248) 332-3521, 541-6565
Narcotics Anonymous, Oakland
County, (248) 543-7200
AlAnon, Oakland County, (248)
706-1020
JACS (Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically
Dependent Persons and Significant
Others), Melinda Nagler (babysitting
available), (248) 788-1170
Jewish Family Service, (also JAGS),
Emilie Dauch, (248) 559-1500
Clean House, Sandra Schiff, (248)
357-0600
Friendship Circle, Rabbi Yisrael
Pinson, (248) 788-7878

Aim Arbor
Dawn Farm, Jason Schwartz, (734)
485-8725
Teens Using Drugs, Jess Antanaitis,
(734) 973-7892

Coalition for Youth
West Bloomfield, Donna Schaerer,
(248) 360-3760
Tri-Community (Berkley,
Huntington Woods, Oak Park), Judy
Rubin, (248) 691-7478
Birmingham-Bloomfield, Lisa
Machesky, (248) 203-4615
Troy, (248) 823-5088

— Diana Lieberman, sta writer

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