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Lafayette, Louisiana Treatment Centers

Acadiana Addiction Center 3008 West Pinhook Road
Lafayette, LA 70508
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Acadia Vermilion Hospital 2520 North University Avenue
Lafayette, LA 70507
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Alternative Outpatient Services 128 Demanade Boulevard
Suite 202
Lafayette, LA 70503
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Acadiana Recovery Center 401 West Vermillion Street
Lafayette, LA 70501
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Treatment & Detox Guide

How Residential Drug Treatment Centers Help You Stay Sober

sober life

As a lifestyle of its own, drug addiction leaves many a person at the mercy of their drug of choice. What starts out as a recreationalpursuit becomes a series of inescapable urges to use no matter what the consequences may be. The decision to live drug-free takes a considerable amount of courage and insight, and….

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Narcotics anonymous

Narcotics anonymous is a 12-step program that is implemented for the early recovery of an individual who is highly prone towards doing substance abuse. It is a community and an association to recover the drug addicts. It is non-profit organization established for those men and women that face drug related problems. The membership in this….

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Is Executive Drug Treatment Right for Me?

Substance abuse is a serious problem that affects thousands of people both rich and poor. Suffering from drug addiction does not have to be the end of your career and you don’t have to feel like there is no hope for you if you are a business professional who is addicted to drugs. Executive drug….

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Remembering The Good Times Helps Alcoholics Stay Sober

Recovering alcoholics who focus on positive experiences in their past may be more successful in managing their addiction. This is the finding of a study by Sarah Davies and Professor Gail Kinman of the University of Bedfordshire that was presented on the 16th April 2010, at the British Psychological Society’s Annual Conference in Stratford-upon-Avon. A….

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