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Bancroft Rehabilitation Living Center

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New Orleans Substance Abuse Clinic

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Covenant House - Crisis Center

New Orleans, Louisiana No reviews at this time
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Chabaud Suzanne A PhD

New Orleans, Louisiana No reviews at this time
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Engel Jennifer LPC

New Orleans, Louisiana No reviews at this time
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Hoffman Lee LCSW

New Orleans, Louisiana No reviews at this time
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Leavesley Georganna PhD

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Miriam C. Jones & Associates- Cager Village Mental Health Rehab

New Orleans, Louisiana No reviews at this time
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Mullener Nathanael PhD

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Vangeffen Kim E PhD

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Voorhies Paul E LCSW

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New Beginnings at Lake Charles

Great employees, many levels of care- counseling, I. Patient and out patient treatment Costly It helped my family member get sober and literally saved her life
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O'Brien House

Communication and convenience Time management was poor. Provides help for a variety of issues and accommodate all financial situationd
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Jay Weiss, MD, ASAM, Psychiatrist

Medical Director Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center

Jay Weiss, MD, is a graduate of University of Arkansas College of Medicine. He completed his residency in Psychiatry while serving in the United States Air Force for a total of 30 years. Dr. Weiss is ASAM certified (2005) and is board certified in Geriatrics (1994), Addictions/Substance Abuse (1995), and Psychiatry (1991). He is a member of both the AMA and APA associations. His speaking engagements include the FAA conference on Aviation Psychiatry, USAF on Combat Psychiatry and Celestial Navigation. Dr. Weiss believes that staff interaction on both a professional and personal level makes Palmetto an exceptional place for treatment. He gives lectures throughout the country. He is affiliated with the FAA. He has been at Palmetto 15 years.

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Chief Executive Officer Bridge House - Men's Treatment Program

Chief Executive Officer, Else Pedersen has worked for Bridge House / Grace House since 1992. Else is a Licensed Addiction Counselor and holds a Masters of Business Administration. Else became the Chief Executive Officer of Bridge House / Grace House on September 15, 2011. Prior to that date, she was the Executive Director of Bridge House since 2004. Else has extensive knowledge of the inner workings of Bridge House in that she has worked in many departments before becoming the Executive Director, in particular the Clinical Department as a direct provider of services. Else is responsible for the overall management of the organization. Her responsibilities include the development and implementation of all clinical programs and supporting businesses; ensuring clinical program and business objectives are met; and directing and supervising staff. As a person in recovery, Else has a unique perspective in meeting the needs of our consumers.

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Finding an effective rehab program can be a challenge, but it you're committed to the dream of a sober life, the search is well worth your time and effort.
The Cajun culture of Louisiana and the opportunities for outdoor sportsmanship make this state a popular destination for tourists. At the annual Mardi Gras in New Orleans, partying is expected, but a long tradition of heavy drinking has increased the need for drug rehab in Louisiana. According to the state's 2009 Substance Abuse Epidemiology Profile, close to one-fifth of residents between the ages of 18 and 25 required treatment for alcohol or drug abuse, but less than one-tenth actually received the care they needed. Signs You Need Professional Rehab What are the obstacles that prevent Louisiana's residents from getting the treatment they need for alcohol or drug addiction? A lack of financial resources and a lack of information about affordable rehab programs in this state are common reasons that addicts fail to get help. Denial, one of the primary side effects of addiction, is another major obstacle to rehab. If you've been battling a drug or alcohol problem, you may have wondered whether you really need a rehab program to get clean and sober.
The following warning signs indicate that you shouldn't try to get sober alone:
  • You've been drinking or using drugs heavily in the recent past.
  • You experience physical withdrawal symptoms when you try to quit (tremors, nausea, vomiting, muscle cramps, agitation, etc.).
  • You have a co-existing physical or mental health condition that requires specialized treatment.
  • You've been through rehab one or more times in the past without success.
  • You've been through alcohol withdrawal in the past without treatment.
Clinically monitored detox is safer and more effective than trying to "dry out" on your own. As part of your detox program, your treatment team will prepare you for the rehab phase of recovery. In a supportive, structured setting, you'll have the tools you need to begin rebuilding your life.

Alcohol detox should never be taken lightly. Unlike withdrawal from many other drugs, alcohol withdrawal can produce life-threatening symptoms, warns the American Academy of Family Physicians. These include:

  • Seizures
  • Hallucinations
  • Sudden high blood pressure
  • Heavy sweating
  • Rapid heart rate

*Dangers of Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome

Delirium tremens, commonly known as the DT, is a fatal condition characterized by severe tremors, delusions, fever, agitation and disorientation. Heavy drinkers are at risk of these side effects, especially when they try to quit drinking suddenly without medical support.

Paying for Drug Rehab in Louisiana
A lack of health insurance or personal income shouldn't prevent you from getting the treatment you need to overcome the disease of addiction.

The Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals provides a list of addiction treatment programs that are accessible to state residents in need. Programs like the state's Addictive Disorders Clinics, Addiction Recovery Resources of New Orleans, and the New Beginning Outpatient recovery program Treatment Center offer inpatient and outpatient services on a free or sliding-scale basis.

Private rehabilitation services are also available throughout the Pelican State. These facilities accept a variety of payment arrangements, including health insurance, cash payments, military insurance or credit cards.

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