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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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Adventure helps boy beat alcohol problem

15-year-old who woke each morning wanting a drink has sobered up after therapy involving mountain biking and abseiling. The boy who spent eight months on a Christchurch City Mission adventure therapy course agreed to speak to The Press after an Otago University study into the care of young people with alcohol and drug problems. The….

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Binge drinking starts at five

Regular alcohol consumption can lead to binge drinking among all gender and age groups, a new study suggests. “What we found is that when people drink more often, they are more likely to drink more, take more drinks, and go to binge drinking,” said Andree Demers of Universite de Montreal, the study’s main researcher. She….

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Going to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings could help with depression

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings

Participants at Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) could benefit from alleviation of depression according to new findings. Individuals who attended Alcoholics Anonymous meeting more frequently not only drank less, but also had fewer symptoms of depression. John F. Kelly, PhD, associate director of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Center for Addiction Medicine says the study is the….

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5 Dangers Associated with Teenagers and Alcohol Abuse

teen binge drinking consequences

About Teenagers and Alcohol Abuse According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, approximately 10.4 million people between the age of 12 and 20 had tried alcohol by age 15, and at least fifty percent of teenagers have had at least one full drink. Furthermore, by age 18, more than 70% of teens….

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