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Las Cruces, New Mexico Treatment Centers

BHC Mesilla Valley Hospital 3751 Del Rey Boulevard
Las Cruces, NM 88012
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Mesilla Valley Hospital 3751 Del Ray Boulevard
Las Cruces, NM 88012
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Southwest Counseling Center Inc Outpatient Services 100 West Griggs Street
Las Cruces, NM 88011
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Family and Youth Inc Stepping Stones Program 2211 North Valley Drive
Las Cruces, NM 88007
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Family and Youth Inc Stepping Stones Programs 880 East Idaho Avenue
Las Cruces, NM 88001
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Nava Counseling Services 715 East Idaho Street
Suite 4-B
Las Cruces, NM 88001
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Family and Youth Inc 1320 South Solano Street
Las Cruces, NM 88001
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Southwest Counseling Center Inc Serenity Center 118 South Main Street
Las Cruces, NM 88001
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Living With An Alcoholic

Alcoholism is a disease that plagues America. It is often known as a family disease because it affects the whole family, not just the drinker. It can be tough for non-drinkers to live in the same home as the alcoholic. Often the family tries to deny the problem and continue to pretend that their chaos….

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Alcohol Detox: What to Know If You Need It

The holidays are a time of parties and cheer, but for some the accompanying drinking can be more of a problem than fun. Many think alcoholism is something that can be controlled with reasonable arguments and willpower; however, that`s often not the case. Alcohol changes the body`s chemistry. Long-term, abusive alcohol use creates a toxic….

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Combination Benefits Patients With Comorbid Depression, Alcoholism

alcohol addiction dependence

Treatment that combines sertraline and naltrexone appears to be superior to treatment with either drug alone, as well as to placebo, for individuals with depression and alcohol dependence. Patients receiving the combination treatment were more likely to achieve abstinence and had delayed relapse to heavy drinking, according to a report posted in the March 15….

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New coalition attacks 'culture' of alcohol use

In Dane County, more young people between seventh and 12th grades are abstaining from alcohol than regularly using it, according to a 2005 assessment. Still, the fact that nearly 30 percent of local youth are considered regular drinkers is a cause for concern for many. About 30 people turned out Monday night for the first….

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The long reach of alcoholism within the family

Millions of Americans suffer from the psychological and physical disease of alcoholism. The resulting emotionally destructive impact on the children of alcoholic parents and the family unit is enormous. Alcoholic parents usually act out their addiction in one of two negative ways: violent and abusive behavior or emotional unavailability and neglect. People who grow up….

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