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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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Alcohol and DUI are a dangerous combination. Driving while intoxicated or drunk is harmful. Drivers with high blood alcohol content or concentration are at significantly elevated risks of car accidents, highway injuries and vehicular fatalities. Prevention measures include establishing DWI courts, s The fatalities resulting from alcohol and DUI are completely preventable. Although the rate of crashes that are associated with alcohol use has reduced significantly over the past few decades, there are still way too many accidents that occur as a result. Hence, despite the enormous progress, drivin The majority of drivers who have consumed alcohol have low blood alcohol content or concentration and few are involved in lethal automobile incidents. However, although only a few drivers have blood alcohol content that is higher than .15, a much higher rate of those drivers have crashes that are de The solution to lowering alcohol and DUI rates remain a challenge. Still, there are many actions that can be taken to reduce the problem. DWI courts, also referred to as DUI courts, sobriety courts, wellness courts or accountability courts can be particularly effective in lowering the drunk driving
The four most common types of drug and alcohol treatment are outpatient methadone, outpatient drug-free, long-term residential, and short-term inpatient services. Outpatient methadone programs provide the addict with methadone medication to decrease his heroin cravings and suppress its effects. Some Outpatient drug-free programs utilize a bevy of approaches ranging from problem-solving groups, specialized therapies including psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and 12-step methodologies. Similar to long-term residential treatment programs, patients in outpatient drug-free programs may r The four most popular types of treatment for drug abuse are all effective in decreasing drug use, according to a NIDA-sponsored study of drug abuse treatment results. The Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study (DATOS) kept track of 10,010 drug abusers in almost 100 treatment programs in 11 cities who ha According to DATOS researchers, the reason patients stay in treatment can be attributed to high motivation, legal pressure to remain in treatment, no previous issues with the law, receiving psychological counseling while undergoing treatment, and having no other psychological problems. The investiga