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    Behavioral Medicine Network
  • 861 Corporate Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40503


  • Bluegrass East Comprehensive Care Ctr
  • Bakhaus Building
  • Lexington,KY, 40511


  • Bluegrass East Comprehensive Care Ctr
  • 201 Mechanic Street
  • Lexington,KY, 40507


  • Bluegrass East Comprehensive Care Ctr
  • 869 Sparta Court
  • Lexington,KY, 40504


  • Bluegrass Regional MH/MR Board Inc
  • 177 North Upper Street
  • Lexington,KY, 40507


  • Charles I Schwartz
  • 627 West 4th Street
  • Lexington,KY, 40508


  • Chrysalis House Inc
  • 1588 Hill Rise Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40504


  • Chrysalis House Inc
  • 120 Chrysalis Court
  • Lexington,KY, 40508


  • Chrysalis House Inc
  • 251 East Maxwell Street
  • Lexington,KY, 40508


  • Chrysalis House Inc
  • 1588 Hill Rise Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40504


  • Clark and Clark Counseling Services
  • 535 West 2nd Street
  • Lexington,KY, 40508


  • Counseling Association of Lexington
  • 274 Southland Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40503


  • Fayette County DUI Services
  • 3439 Buckhorn Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40515


  • Gaius A and R Counseling Services
  • 431 South Broadway
  • Lexington,KY, 40508


  • Hope Center
  • 1524 Versailles Road
  • Lexington,KY, 40504


  • Hope Center
  • 360 West Loudon Street
  • Lexington,KY, 40508


  • Lexington Professional Associates
  • 340 Legion Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40504


  • Morton Center Inc
  • 2647 Regency Road
  • Lexington,KY, 40509


  • Patti Hards Marriage and
  • 1517 Nicholasville Road
  • Lexington,KY, 40503


  • Ridge Behavioral Health System
  • 3050 Rio Dosa Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40509


  • Shepherds House Inc
  • 154 Bonnie Brae Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40508


  • Teen Primary Outpatient Program
  • 1155 Red Mile Place
  • Lexington,KY, 40504


  • Thomas Peeples and Associates PSC
  • 106 Dennis Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40503


  • Van Hoose and Associates
  • 501 Darby Creek Road
  • Lexington,KY, 40509


  • Veterans Affairs Medical Center
  • 1101 Veterans Drive
  • Lexington,KY, 40502


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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.
One of the surest ways to rip a marriage apart is for a spouse to develop alcoholism. Alcohol and your marriage can be a sordid combination, one that can be particularly negative if your spouse didn't consume much alcohol before the marriage, but later develops the habit of getting drunk at t Alcoholism is a strange disease that incites strange behavior in the using spouse. Confiscating or discarding the alcohol only causes the alcoholic to become angrier and sneakier. It also seems as though the more you scream or plead the worse the situation gets. When you threaten to leave the marria When alcohol has affected your marriage, the non-alcoholic spouse is urged to take care of herself. By enrolling in a program such Al-Anon she can learn about the things that she has control over and what she cannot control, and how to live with a drinker whom she loves. The majority of individuals It is very difficult for the non-alcoholic spouse to accomplish this on her own, therefore, seeking a support group is highly recommended. If your marriage is being affected by alcoholism, the only way the alcoholic will stop drinking is if he wants to. This is why it is so important for the non-alc