Hammond Addictive Disorders Clinic location & phone number

  • Our Address:
    835 Pride Drive Suite B
    Hammond, Louisiana

    Phone Number:
    (985) 543-4730
    We are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

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  • 0
    new-orleans,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    The court party is under way! Main event starts at 7pm!
  • 9
    new-orleans,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    Are you coming to Cochon Cotillion XIX?!? Bridge House Grace House added 2 new photos.
  • 11
    new-orleans,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    Get out of the rain tomorrow night and come out to Mardi Gras World (Eastbank) for the Cochon Cotillion XIX! We are getting set up now for a great party! Tickets are $100 and available at the door! 7-11pm Bridge House Grace House added 4 new photos.
  •  It is extraordinary how extraordinary the ordinary...
    5
    lafayette,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    It is extraordinary how extraordinary the ordinary person is. —George F. Will At our meetings, we often hear stories of the courage of ordinary people and their triumph against great odds. When we hear of a person's life being restored, we are witnesses to miracles. Our friends are heroes and so are we. As a man describes his passage from insanity to recovery, we are moved. Whenever we are truly open to knowing the people around us, whether at a meeting or in getting to know a neighbor, we will see heroism. It is amazing that when we get to know most people, and hear what their lives have been like, we find so much to admire and respect. It is a privilege to have such friends. It is amazing that they are so abundant when we open ourselves to them. God truly does speak to us through others. I am grateful when I think about the extraordinary people around me and the courage in each of them. I am grateful to be among them. -Touchstones-
  •  It is extraordinary how extraordinary the ordinary...
    5
    lafayette,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    It is extraordinary how extraordinary the ordinary person is. —George F. Will At our meetings, we often hear stories of the courage of ordinary people and their triumph against great odds. When we hear of a person's life being restored, we are witnesses to miracles. Our friends are heroes and so are we. As a man describes his passage from insanity to recovery, we are moved. Whenever we are truly open to knowing the people around us, whether at a meeting or in getting to know a neighbor, we will see heroism. It is amazing that when we get to know most people, and hear what their lives have been like, we find so much to admire and respect. It is a privilege to have such friends. It is amazing that they are so abundant when we open ourselves to them. God truly does speak to us through others. I am grateful when I think about the extraordinary people around me and the courage in each of them. I am grateful to be among them. -Touchstones-
  • 14
    rayville,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    How has Palmetto helped you or someone you know?
  • 2
    new-orleans,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    Vote for the Bridge House Thrift Stores for best thrift store!
  •  Resident Q & A:

What have you learned about yourself?...
    6
    new-orleans,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    Resident Q & A: What have you learned about yourself? Past (while you were using) and Present (clean and sober you). While I was using, I didn’t really have an identity or even care to know who I was. Now, I truly love and care about myself. I never thought my life could have such light.
  • 11
    denham-springs,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    The journey back from drug addiction is different for each of us. No matter where we come from or how our addiction affected us we can all learn from each other. The mountains of Eastern Kentucky have a rich musical tradition intertwined with the harsh realities of coal mining and the ever present natural beauty of the Appalachian Mountains. Loretta Lynn, Crystal Gayle and Dwight Yoakum are all from this backwater of America. Martin, Kentucky is one of those small American towns which sprung up around coal mining and the railroad and over the years continued to exist as a small pit stop off the highway. The dusty streets and crisp mountain air hide the desperation felt as the coal industry moved to strip mining mountain tops. The magic that created great musicians is still there. Bart grew up listening to his dad play violin and the mandolin. The mountains of that area of the country echo with hundreds of years of bluegrass and county music, so it’s no surprise that music was in his blood. One of his first memories is pulling down a gravel drive to arrive at the workshop of the man who created his father’s prized possession, a mandolin. As his feet hit the ground and he walked up the stairs to the second story workshop, he was entranced by the sound coming from within. The smell of wood shavings and cigarette smoke permeated the air as he climbed the stairs and entered a menagerie of instruments hanging along the walls and strewn across the workshop table. He was hooked and the fine woods used to craft the instruments buried in his memory. As Bart grew up music become more and more of an influence and the early morning rides with his Dad were filled with bluegrass from John Prine played on the tape deck in his father’s work truck. Bart played the guitar while southern rock, country and blue grass rattled around in his head as he tried to concentrate on his school work... Click below to read the rest of his story
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    new-orleans,LA
    2 years, 9 months Ago
    Vote for the Bridge House Thrift Stores for best thrift store!

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