Alcohol Rehab Louisiana - Alcohol Treatment Centers
Title: Alcohol Rehab Louisiana - Alcohol Treatment Centers
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Alcohol Rehab Louisiana - Alcohol Treatment Centers Menu 1-866-286-8173 Navigation Home Treatment Centers by City Baton Rouge Shreveport New Orleans Pineville Lafayette Lake Charles Covington Mandeville Monroe Morgan City Slidell Alexandria Denham Springs Gonzales Hammond La Place Marksville Metairie Oak Grove Opelousas Ruston Albany Bastrop Belle Chasse Bogalusa Bossier City Breaux Bridge Clinton Colfax Crowley DeRidder Greenwell Springs Gretna Harvey Houma Jena Jennings Jonesville Kinder Lake Providence Leesville Luling Mamou Marrero Natchitoches New Iberia New Roads Newellton Port Allen Rayville Schriever Tallulah Terrytown Thibodaux Ville Platte West Monroe Winnsboro Louisiana Treatment Facility Breakdown by Type: (22) Mental Stability and Alcohol Abuse Treatment (35) Alcohol Detox (90) Outpatient Alcohol Treatment (17) Alcohol Day Treatment Services (10) Inpatient Hospital Treatment (36) Hearing Impaired Clients (91) Alcohol Addiction Treatment (12) Transitional Living Services (26) Residential Short-Term Treatment for Alcoholism (24) Residential Long-Term Treatment for Alcohol Abuse (54) Dual Diagnosis (36) DUI - DWI Offenders (31) Court Appointed Client Services (9) AIDS/HIV Clients (46) Women (37) Men (6) Mental Balance Treatment Services (37) Services for Young Adults (6) Over 50 (5) Residential Beds for Adolescents (14) Expectant Mothers (7) Spanish Speaking (1) Foreign Languages other than Spanish (3) Lesbian and Gay 1-866-286-8173 The alcoholism rate in the state of Louisiana continues to escalate, creating the need for access to a greater number of quality alcohol rehab options. Choosing a Louisiana alcohol rehab can often be a difficult and somewhat confusing process because of the various types of alcohol rehabilitation alternatives that are offered in the state, such as inpatient, outpatient, short term or long term. Many individuals from Louisiana that are struggling with alcoholism will choose an outpatient alcohol rehab option in order to be able stay close to home for the alcohol treatment process, but that may not always be the best possible decision. Not many people from Louisiana can maintain their sobriety when after short intervals of outpatient alcohol treatment, they are returning to the familiar setting where they drank alcohol daily. Residential inpatient alcohol rehab, on the other hand, will allow the individual from Louisiana to reside at the treatment facility; the added benefit from this type of alcohol rehabilitation is that the individual will ultimately be given the opportunity to focus solely on the treatment that is being administered for their alcohol addiction. The first step in a quality alcohol rehab program in Louisiana is the detoxification process; the alcohol detox allows the individual to safely quit drinking under medical supervision. It is of major importance that an individual from Louisiana that has completed the detox process moves directly into a comprehensive alcohol rehabilitation facility that includes counseling, relapse prevention education and some type of follow up care. The main goal of any quality alcohol rehab should be to help the individual from Louisiana to get to a place where they will able to successfully achieve a state of lasting abstinence. Louisiana alcohol related information and statistics are provided by the US Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the National Conference of State Legislatures, 2004. In Louisiana, the year with the most alcohol related fatalities was 1982, and the state has shown a steady drop until 1994, when the progress leveled out. The percentage of alcohol related deaths has shown a nearly steady drop since 1982. In 2008, out of all traffic fatalities, 37% involved a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08 or higher, the same as the previous two years. The table below shows the total number of traffic fatalities (Tot) for the Louisiana, alcohol related fatalities (Alc-Rel) and fatalities in crashes where the highest BAC in the crash was 0.08 or above (0.08+). All 50 states in the US now apply two statutory offenses to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. The first (and original) offense is known either as driving under the influence (DUI), driving while intoxicated/impaired (DWI), or operating while intoxicated/impaired (OWI). This is based upon a Louisiana police officer's observations (driving behavior, slurred speech, the results of a roadside sobriety test, etc.) The second offense is called "illegal per se", which is driving with a BAC of 0.08% or higher. Since 2002 it has been illegal in all 50 states to drive with a BAC that is 0.08% or higher. It is important to note that the Louisiana drunk driving statistics, as shown below, include data from individuals in Louisiana who were in an alcohol-related crash, but not driving a motor vehicle at the time. The U.S. Department of Transportation defines alcohol-related deaths as "fatalities that occur in crashes where at least one driver or non-occupant (pedestrian or pedalcyclist) involved in the crash has a positive Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) value." The fatality rates shown above refer to the number of people killed in all traffic accidents and, separately, in alcohol related traffic accidents, per 100 million vehicle miles traveled. Year Fatalities Tot Alc-Rel % 0.08+ % 1982 1,091 658 60 568 52 1983 933 538 58 472 51 1984 961 590 61 525 55 1985 931 471 51 399 43 1986 932 502 54 441 47 1987 826 460 56 394 48 1988 925 490 53 414 45 1989 878 442 50 385 44 1990 959 550 57 469 49 1991 862 491 57 428 50 1992 886 493 56 427 48 1993 878 483 55 420 48 1994 843 429 51 379 45 1995 894 476 53 395 44 1996 902 461 51 390 43 1997 931 444 48 386 41 1998 926 443 48 375 40 1999 938 445 47 389 41 2000 938 454 48 391 42 2001 952 444 47 378 40 2002 907 427 47 365 40 2003 894 406 45 363 41 2004 904 414 46 345 38 2005 955 394 41 347 36 2006 982 425 43 364 37 2007 985 435 44 368 37 2008 912 404 44 338 37 2003-2004 Louisiana Alcohol Related Issue: Percentage % Ranking Alcohol Abuse or Dependence 7.89% [24th of 51] Alcohol consumption > Binge drinkers 14.2% [32nd of 52 Alcohol consumption > Casual drinkers 45% [42nd of 52 Alcohol consumption > Heavy drinkers 4.5% [35th of 52 Alcohol related traffic fatalities 414 [16th of 51 Alcohol related traffic fatalities (per capita) 0.915 per 10,000 people [9th of 51 Alcohol related traffic fatalities, as a percentage 46% [2nd of 51 Alcohol Use in the Past Month 46.09% [40th of 51] Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 2003-2004, Office of Applied Studies 2003-2004 and the MADD Official Website statistics 2004 When is a driver considered to be legally drunk in Louisiana? Non-commercial drivers age 21+ in Louisiana are considered legally drunk when their blood alcohol level is .08 or more. Drivers of commercial vehicles in Louisiana are legally drunk when their blood alcohol concentration is .04 percent or greater. Under Louisiana law, school bus drivers are commercial drivers. Drivers under 21 in Louisiana are considered legally drunk when their blood alcohol level is .02 or greater. Penalties in Louisiana for Drunk Driving in Louisiana First-time offenders in Louisiana face a term of imprisonment ranging from 10 days to six months and are subject to pay a fine of $300 to $1,000. The driver's license suspension period is 90 days. If, however, the offender in Louisiana had a BAC of .20 or more, the fine increases to $700 to $1,000, and the driver's license suspension period is increased to two years. A person in Louisiana who commits a second offense within 10 years of the first conviction faces a prison term of 30 days to six months and is subject to pay a fine of $700 to $1,000. The driver's license suspension period is 12 months. Additionally, any vehicle operated by the offender must be equipped with an ignition interlock device for not less than six months. The device must remain installed and operative during any suspension period and for any additional period as determined by a judge. If a second-time offender had a BAC of .20 or more, the fine increases to $1,000, and the driver's license suspension period is increased to four years. For a conviction of a second offense when the first offense resulted in the death or injury of another, the offender in Louisiana will be imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for one to five years. Under those circumstances, the fine increases to $2,000. A person in Louisiana who commits a third offense within a 10-year period faces a term of imprisonment, which may or may not include hard labor, for one to five years. The fine is $2,000, and the driver's license suspension period is 24 months. The vehicle that was owned and driven by the offender at the time of the offense will be seized, impounded, and sold at auction. The driver's license suspension period is 24 months. A person in Louisiana who commits a fourth or subsequent offense within a 10-year period faces a term of imprisonment, with or without hard labor, for 10 to 30 years. The fine is $5,000, and the driver's license suspension period is 24 months. The vehicle that was owned and driven by the offender at the time of the offense will be seized, impounded, and sold at auction. Ignition Interlock DUI offenders in Louisiana may apply for a restricted driver's license following the expiration of a certain portion of the driver's license revocation period, which time period is determined by the circumstances of the conviction. If the request is granted, the Louisiana offender will be required to use an ignition interlock system for a time period that will also be determined by the circumstances surrounding the conviction. Louisiana's Child Endangerment Law First, second, and third-time offenders who commit DUI in Louisiana while a passenger age 12 or under is in the vehicle must serve the mandatory minimum prison sentence without the possibility of the sentence being suspended. Fourth-time offenders who commit a DUI in Louisiana while a passenger under 12 is in the vehicle must serve at least two years in prison, without the benefit of a suspended sentence. Commercial Drivers In addition to other penalties associated with Louisiana's DUI laws, a commercial driver who is convicted of DUI for the first time while operating a commercial vehicle will be disqualified from driving a commercial vehicle for at least one year. If, however, the offender was driving a commercial vehicle and transporting hazardous materials at the time, the disqualification period is at least three years. If a commercial driver in Louisiana commits a second DUI while driving a commercial vehicle, the offender will be disqualified from driving a commercial vehicle for life, which may or may not be reduced to 10 years. Depending on the class of commercial license the offender holds, he or she may be disqualified from driving a commercial vehicle even if the DUI occurred while driving a non-commercial vehicle. Drivers Under 21 If a person under 21 in Louisiana drives with a BAC of .08 or greater, the offender may be charged and penalized as an adult. Additionally, a first-time underage offender in Louisiana who drives with a BAC of .08 or greater will receive a 180-day driver's license suspension. If the underage driver drove with a BAC of .02, but less than .08, the offender will be charged and penalized under Louisiana's underage driving under the influence law. Under this statute, first-time offenders are subject to pay a fine of $100 to $250. They must also participate in a court-approved Louisiana substance abuse and driver improvement program. For a second or subsequent offense, an underage driver in Louisiana faces 10 days to three months in prison. The offender will also be fined between $150 and $500. What is Louisiana's Anti-Dram Shop Liability Law? Under this law, Louisiana drinking establishments and social hosts who serve alcohol to persons over 21 are not liable for injuries caused by intoxication. Criminal Penalties in Louisiana for Prohibited Sales of Alcohol Under Louisiana law, it is a crime for a Louisiana drinking establishment to sell or serve alcohol to any person under 21 or to any intoxicated person. A violation of this law subjects the offender to a prison term of 30 days to six months, as well as a fine of $100 to $500. Additionally, the bar's license could be suspended or revoked. Contact Us Name: Email: Phone: Additional Info: The alcohol industry spent more than $1 billion on television, radio, print and outdoor advertising in 1997. Approximately 5-10% of male drinkers and 3-5% of female drinkers can be diagnosed as alcohol dependent. Alcohol is the most frequently used drug by high school seniors, and its use is increasing. 10% of alcohol health care costs are for care of fetal alcohol syndrome. Copyright ? 2003 - 2016 Questions? Feedback? powered by Olark live chat software Whois

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