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Lincoln, Nebraska Treatment Centers

Parallels 4706 South 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68516
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NWIHCS/Lincoln VA Substance Use Disorders Program 600 South 70th Street
Building 2
Lincoln, NE 68510
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Lincoln Medical Education Partnership 4600 Valley Road
Lincoln, NE 68510
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Lincoln Treatment Center 4305 O Street
Lincoln, NE 68510
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Vet Center Readjustment Counseling Service 3119 O Street
Suite A
Lincoln, NE 68510
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Lutheran Family Services Substance Abuse Program 2900 O Street
Suite 200
Lincoln, NE 68510
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Cornhusker Place Inc 721 K Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
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CenterPointe Outpatient 1000 South 13th Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
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Watch elders' alcohol habits

Fa-la-la! ‘Tis the holiday season, and there’s Nanna getting into the eggnog and batting her eyes. Or Pops, with a face as red as Santa Claus refilling his glass, laughing a little too much. Nice that the old folks are having such a good time! They’ve worked hard for so many years. Now they can….

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Public talk on alcohol abuse

New Zealand needs to address its serious alcohol problem, says an Otago University professor who is holding a public meeting on the Shore. Doug Sellman, a professor of psychiatry and addiction medicine, says at least 700,000 Kiwis are heavy drinkers. “New  Zealand is paying a heavy price through deaths, injuries, chronic diseases, police apprehensions and overburdened emergency departments,….

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Pain Killers And Stimulants Less Risky Than Cocaine, More Risky Than Marijuana, According To College Freshmen

prescription pain killers addiction

First year college students believe that occasional nonmedical use of prescription pain killers and stimulants is less risky than cocaine, but more risky than marijuana or consuming five or more alcoholic beverages every weekend, according to a new study published in the September issue of Prevention Science, the peer-reviewed journal of the Society for Prevention….

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School help for children of drinkers

Children with brain damage caused by their mothers drinking while pregnant are to get special help at school. More than 6,000 children are born each year with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) – a range of physical, behavioural and cognitive disabilities, including permanent brain injury, learning difficulties, poor co-ordination and hyperactivity. The Training and Development….

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