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Evansville, Indiana Treatment Centers

Deaconess CrossPointe 7200 East Indiana Street
Evansville, IN 47715
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Deaconess CrossPointe Outpt Servs/Deaconess Hospital Inc 445 Cross Pointe Boulevard
Suite 320
Evansville, IN 47715
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Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare Inc Stockwell 60 South Stockwell Road
Evansville, IN 47714
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Counseling for Change Inc 1133 Lincoln Avenue
Evansville, IN 47714
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Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare Inc 415 Mulberry Street
Robert M Spear Building
Evansville, IN 47713
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Moulton Center Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare Inc 1 North Barker Avenue
Evansville, IN 47712
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Volunteers of America of Indiana Inc Hope Hall 811 East Franklin Street
Evansville, IN 47711
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ADAPT Counseling Services 715 North 1st Avenue
Suite 44
Evansville, IN 47710
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Evansville Treatment Center LLC 1510 West Franklin Street
Evansville, IN 47710
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New Mexico turns a corner on drunk driving

Kenny Martinez demonstrates blowing into his ignition interlock to start his truck in Santa Fe, N.M. The state once led the nation in alcohol-related crash deaths. But tough measures, including an ignition-interlock requirement for all convicted drunk drivers, are paying off. For the last seven years, Horace, a four-time convicted drunk driver, has lived with….

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Hawaii near top for alcohol abuse

A survey finds the state has the lowest number of residents with an illegal drug dependency Hawaii has one of the nation’s highest rates of alcohol addiction but ranks as the state with the least drug dependence, according to a federal government survey released yesterday. More than four out of 100 people over 12 years….

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Quit alcohol to lead a better life

Drinking alcohol has time and again proven to be hazardous for all. Several tragedies and unpleasant incidents can be credited to heavy drinking habits. Though it may seem difficult, the habit can be given up by following some simple and smart steps. Every Year, thousands die in alcohol-related tragedies – acute alcohol poisonings, car accidents,….

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Troubling binge-drinking trend turns up in study

Binge drinking typically conjures images of college frat boys at wild house parties smashing Lone Star cans on their foreheads. Texas State student Sarah Brown, however, knows a different reality. She’s seen firsthand that men haven’t cornered the market on binge drinking. “There’s a lot of guys who want to drink as much as they….

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Regular binge drinking can cause long-term brain damage

Just a few sessions of heavy drinking can damage someone’s ability to pay attention, remember things and make good judgments, research shows. Binge drinkers are known to be at increased risk of accidents, violence and engaging in unprotected sex. But the study is the first to identify brain damage as a danger of consuming more….

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