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Cinnabon
175 Great Mall Dr, Milpitas, CA 95035
After 25 years, Cinnabon remains the Achilles heel of every woman in America. The creamy frosting is so addictive thatMore some buy it alone. But no company can survive without innovation, so the menu has expanded to include Pecanbons, cupcakes and Chillata frozen fruit beverages.
Starbucks Coffee
353 Jacklin Rd, Milpitas, CA 95035
Don't count on getting a seat on weekday afternoons while school is in seession at Milpitas High School, which isMore located within shouting distance of the store. There isn't much seating inside of the Jacklin Starbucks, although two large leather couches are particularly inviting. As you can imagine, the after-school rush for Frappucinos gets intense, according to store employees. Coffee addicts: plan accordingly.
Community Alliance for Recovery and Education (CARE)
1313 N Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas, CA 95035
This not-for-profit organization acts essentially as a counselor with multiple hats. Community Alliance for Recovery andMore Education offers counseling programs for all walks of life including beaten and battered spouses, persons with drug and alcohol addiction problems, marriage counseling and job loss counseling. CARE also assists with post-war veterans in reintroducing traumatized military personnel back into a civilian state of mind. CARE hosts many of these classes and support groups during the evening and weekend hours to cater to individuals with busy schedules.
Claire's
447 Great Mall Dr, Milpitas, CA 95035
Just about every girl in America has a jewelry box full of earrings from Claire's, an addiction that often begins whenMore she gets her ears pierced at the boutique chain. The mall staple's collection of trendy, inexpensive accessories makes it a favorite for fashion-conscious young women – and a popular stop for grandparents picking up gift cards. You'll also find hats, handbags, notebooks, scarves and hair accessories at Claire's.
Asian American Recovery Services, Inc.
542 Valley Way, Milpitas, CA 95035

Forget the model minority status. Asian Americans also suffer from drug addiction. According to a survey of AsiansMore and Pacific Islanders in San Francisco  and San Mateo counties, the drugs of choice are most likely to be methamphetamine, alcohol, cocaine, heroin and marijuana.

AARS is dedicated to providing substance and drug abuse programs in a culturally sensitive manner. Based in South San Francisco, the organization has opened a satellite office in Milpitas. It has adult and youth programs. In addition, language assistance is often available.

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