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Wichita kansas Alcoholism

    Adolescent/Adult/Family Recovery Inc
  • 201 South Lincoln Street
  • Chanute,KS, 66720


  • Kings Alcohol/Drug Treatment Ctr LLC
  • 408 North Elk Street
  • Oberlin,KS, 67749


  • A Clear Direction Inc
  • 2618 East 21st Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Addiction Specialists of Kansas Inc
  • 650 North Carriage Parkway
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Adolescent/Adult/Family Recovery Inc
  • 3540 West Douglas Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Adolescent Specialists of Kansas Inc
  • 650 North Carriage Parkway
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Alcohol and Drug Addiction
  • 10209 West Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67212


  • A New Dimension Inc
  • 2422 South Seneca Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67217


  • ARROW
  • 946 North West Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Associated Word of Life Counselors
  • 3811 North Meridian Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67204


  • Center for Change
  • 1333 North Broadway
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Center for Human Development Inc
  • 2601 East Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • ComCare
  • 940 North Waco Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • DCCCA Inc
  • 122 North Milwood Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • DCCCA Inc
  • 1319 West May
  • Wichita,KS, 67213


  • Farm Inc
  • 2627 East Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Higher Ground
  • 247 North Market Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67202


  • Holistic Psychiactric Services
  • 1883 West 21st Street North
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Hunter Health Clinic Inc
  • 2318 East Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Individual and Family Systems Recovery
  • 2024 North Woodlawn Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Kings Alcohol/Drug Treatment Ctr LLC
  • 721 North Topeka Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Kings Alcohol/Drug Treatment Ctr LLC
  • 4515 East Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Kings Alcohol/Drug Treatment Ctr LLC
  • 204 South Osage Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67213


  • Knox Center Inc
  • 2924 East Douglas Avenue
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Metro Treatment Center Inc
  • 630 North St Francis Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Miracles Inc
  • 1015 East 2nd Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Miracles Inc/Sanctuary House Program
  • 1738 North Market Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Parallax Program Inc
  • 3410 East Funston Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67218


  • Recovery Concepts Inc
  • 313 North Seneca Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Recovery Unlimited
  • 3312 West Douglas Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Robert J Dole Medical Center and
  • 5500 East Kellogg Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67218


  • Stop Program
  • 8911 East Orme Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67207


  • Valley Hope Chemical Dependency
  • 901 West Douglas Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67213


  • WASH Treatment Center
  • 829 North Market Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Wichita Community Action Inc
  • 1411 North Kansas Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


Recent Articles
Alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence not only affect adults in a negative manner, but also have an adverse effect on a substantial amount of adolescents and young adults between 12 and 20 years old. Although drinking under the age of 21 is illegal, teens still find ways of obtaining alcohol. Many be Most boys who experiment with alcohol tend to do so at around age 11 while girls try alcohol at around age 13. Statistics show that by the time most boys reach age 14, 41 percent of them have had least one drink. The average age for Americans to start drinking frequently is 15.9 years old. Teenagers who start drinking before age 15 are five times more likely to be alcohol dependent than those who start drinking at age 21. Moreover, more than 3 million teenagers are die-hard alcoholics, and many millions more have a severe drinking issue that they are incapable of handling on their own Yearly, more than 5,000 deaths of people below 21 years old are connected to underage drinking. The 3 main reasons of death for 15 to 24 year-olds are car crashes, homicides and suicides—alcohol is always the main factor in all three incidents. Binge drinking, often starts at around age 13 then i
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