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    AA and Associates
  • 422 Main Street
  • Carrollton,KY, 41008


  • Kentucky Driving School
  • 110 West Dixie Avenue
  • Elizabethtown,KY, 42701


  • AA and Associates Approved Alc/Drug
  • 4006 Dutchmans Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Above and Beyond Counseling
  • 5330 South 3rd Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40214


  • Above and Beyond Counseling
  • 5404 Valley Station Road
  • Louisville,KY, 40272


  • Alcohol Education and Counseling Servs
  • 6801 Dixie Highway
  • Louisville,KY, 40258


  • Alpha Counseling Services
  • 2100 Gardiner Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40205


  • Baptist Hospital East
  • 4000 Kresge Way
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Beacon House Aftercare Program Inc
  • 963 South 2nd Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40203


  • Better Alternatives Counseling
  • 1169 Eastern Parkway
  • Louisville,KY, 40217


  • Center for Behavioral Health KY Inc
  • 1402 Browns Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Central State Hospital
  • 10510 LaGrange Road
  • Louisville,KY, 40223


  • David Harmon and Associates
  • Professional Centre Building
  • Louisville,KY, 40216


  • David Harmon and Associates
  • 4010 Dupont Circle
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Dr Donald T Stokes and Associates Inc
  • 1941 Bishop Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40218


  • Healing Place
  • 1607 West Broadway
  • Louisville,KY, 40203


  • Interlink Counseling Services Inc
  • 8311 A and B Preston Highway
  • Louisville,KY, 40219


  • Jefferson Drug Court
  • 717 West Market Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40202


  • Kentucky Driving School
  • 3715 Bardstown Road
  • Louisville,KY, 40218


  • LEAP Inc
  • 4738 Rockford Plaza
  • Louisville,KY, 40216


  • Lighthouse Adolescent Recovery Center
  • 1935 Bluegrass Avenue
  • Louisville,KY, 40215


  • Methadone/Opiate Rehabilitation and
  • 1448 South 15th Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40210


  • Morton Center Inc
  • 1028 Barret Avenue
  • Louisville,KY, 40204


  • New Beginnings DUI Program
  • 2210 Meadow Drive
  • Louisville,KY, 40218


  • Saint Jude Womens Recovery Center
  • 431 East Saint Catherine Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40203


  • Seven Counties Services
  • 600 South Preston Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40202


  • Seven Counties Services
  • 914 East Brodway
  • Louisville,KY, 40204


  • Ten Broeck Hospital
  • 1405 Browns Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Ten Broeck Hospital
  • 8521 LaGrange Road
  • Louisville,KY, 40242


  • Thomas J Bumpas M Divinity
  • 6000 Brownsboro Park Boulevard
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • AA and Associates Approved Alc/Drug
  • 1225 North Dixie Avenue
  • Radcliff,KY, 40160


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Alcoholism can affect individuals of any background, income level, social, ethnic, or age group. Alcoholism regularly affects individuals who are highly educated. Studies show that individuals who are unmotivated are less likely to suffer from alcoholism than individuals who are highly motivated. Alcohol and family issues are an age-old alliance because alcoholism is also referred to as a family disease. Many alcoholics have children. They also oftentimes have wives or husbands, parents, siblings, and other relatives. An alcoholic can completely disrupt family life and cause dangerous effect Alcohol may affect every family member in a different manner. A child may be affected by parental alcoholism even before she is born. When a pregnant woman consumes alcohol, her alcohol concentration level is passed onto the baby, therefore, the unborn baby’s alcohol concentration level matches he Generally, the more serious the mother’s alcoholism is during pregnancy, is the more serious the symptoms of FAS in the baby becomes. Infants born with FAS are underweight and shorter when compared to babies born without the syndrome. Further, their brain and skull sustain deformities, which can b
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