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Shreveport, Louisiana Treatment Centers

Willis/Knighton South Hospital Behavioral Medicine Institute Inpt 2510 Bert Kouns Street
Industrial Loop
Shreveport, LA 71118
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Buckhalter Recovery Center 527 Crockett Street
Shreveport, LA 71101
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Caddo and Bossier Center 527 Crockett Street
Shreveport, LA 71101
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Substance Use Disorder Services (SUDS) 510 East Stoner Avenue
Suite 116-A
Shreveport, LA 71101
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Center for Behavioral Health Louisiana Inc 1303 Line Avenue
Suite 600
Shreveport, LA 71101
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Brentwood Hospital 1006 Highland Avenue
Shreveport, LA 71101
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Alcohol and Stress: Is There a Connection?

Not everyone drinks in response to stress. A number of factors, including genetics, usual drinking behavior, experiences with alcohol or other drugs, and social support, help determine whether a person will drink during a stressful situation. Does drinking help people relax? Researchers aren’t quite sure. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism,….

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DRINKING ALCOHOL DOES NOT PROTECT AGAINST CANCER

Most people like a bit of alcohol, so it’s natural to tune in to reports about its benefits. There are widespread rumours that certain types of alcohol, like red wine, can help to protect against cancer. And when it comes to the negative side of drinking, most people think of hangovers or liver problems. But….

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Co-Occurring Disorders

A Co-Occurring Disorder is condition wherein mental disorder as well as alcohol problems is faced by an individual side by side. This is a condition that occurs very often. It is important to manage one disorder at a time by treating each one simultaneously to get the best possible outcome. Co-Occurring Disorders are also referred….

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Parent notification policies for underage drinking evolve

For years, Virginia Tech had a complicated system for deciding when to let parents know about their underage children’s alcohol-related transgressions. Visits to the hospital or police station warranted immediate notification, but Mom and Dad didn’t have to know about less-serious offenses, such as sneaking a six-pack into the dorm, unless it happened more than….

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