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    YMCA of Honolulu
  • 99-600 Kulawea Street
  • Aiea,HI, 96701


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 91-884 Fort Weaver Road
  • Ewa Beach,HI, 96706


  • Comprehensive Health and Attitude
  • 173 South Kukui Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96813


  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • 459 Patterson Road
  • Honolulu,HI, 96819


  • Kaiser Permanente
  • 1441 Kapiolani Boulevard
  • Honolulu,HI, 96814


  • Kline Welsh Behavioral Hlth Foundation
  • 12-40 Sand Island Parkway
  • Honolulu,HI, 96819


  • Ku Aloha Ola Mau
  • 1130 North Nimitz Highway
  • Honolulu,HI, 96817


  • Paradise Recovery LLC
  • 1050 Bishop Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96813


  • Queens Medical Center
  • 1374 Nuuanu Avenue
  • Honolulu,HI, 96817


  • Salvation Army Addiction Trt Services
  • 3624 Waokanaka Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96817


  • State of Hawaii Judiciary
  • 850 Richards Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96813


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 1302 Queen Emma Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96813


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 1803 Kam Iv Road
  • Honolulu,HI, 96819


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 1903 Palolo Avenue
  • Honolulu,HI, 96816


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 821 Kalihi Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96819


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 49 Funchal Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96813


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 1039 South King Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96814


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 1289 Mahiole Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96819


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 1202 Prospect Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96822


  • YMCA Outreach Services
  • 1564 North King Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96819


  • YMCA Outreach Services
  • 2705 Kaimuki Avenue
  • Honolulu,HI, 96816


  • YMCA Outreach Services
  • 2825 Ala Ilima Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96819


  • YMCA Outreach Services
  • 1120 Nehoa Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96813


  • YMCA Outreach Services
  • 1335 Kalihi Street
  • Honolulu,HI, 96819


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 91-5335 Kapolei Parkway
  • Kapolei,HI, 96707


  • Wahiawa Middle School
  • 275 Rose Street
  • Wahiawa,HI, 96786


  • YMCA of Honolulu
  • 94-455 Farrington Highway
  • Waipahu,HI, 96797


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When many soldiers and military personnel return home from war, they realize there’s a completely different battle awaiting them– drugs and alcohol. Military alcohol addiction plagues many veterans, who must not only fight to rid themselves of the harsh memories of war but of their addictions as Alcohol and drug abuse is not only common among individuals coming back from war, but also among individuals who are on active duty getting ready to go to war. It is hard to picture the same young soldiers in uniform lifting beer mugs while celebrating, shooting up heroin, smoking crack cocaine, or Much of the addiction veterans suffer from war is related to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It is an anxiety disorder that can happen after being exposed to any traumatic event that has threatened one’s life or loved one’s safety. Individuals who have been rape victims, and children, you PTSD is a serious reaction to a psychological trauma that overpowers an individual’s defenses. Symptoms can take the form of nightmares and flashbacks, insomnia, anger, hypersensitivity to normal life experiences and avoiding anything that could remind them of the traumatic event.
Consuming alcohol is perilous for children and teens and sometimes for adults. Alcohol is a drug, which is most abused by teenagers. Many children report having their first drink at as early as age 10 or 11, some younger. In today’s society, it is not difficult for children to get the wrong impres Alcohol is a depressant, meaning it's a chemical substance that slows down the brain. Like several other drugs, alcohol can change how an individual’s thinks, speaks, and sees things, often in an adverse manner. The individual might become imbalanced, cries, or gets into arguments and fights with Besides inflicting damages to the body (e.g. liver disease), alcohol can also cause individuals to act or say things in a manner that they do not mean. They are also capable of hurting themselves or other people, especially while driving an automobile. An individual who has had too much to drink mig Because alcohol can result in serious issues, the citizens and government leaders in America have decided that children are prohibited from purchasing or using alcohol. By regulating the drinking age as 21, they hope more mature individuals will make proper decisions about alcohol. For example, peo