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Ensuring a military member’s awareness of the limitations and consequences of alcohol abuse and driving under the influence can have on a career could prevent them from crossing the line of another drink or the decision to get behind the wheel. To learn more about the consequences of and alcohol abuse, call Alcohol, Drug Abuse Program and Treatment at 883-8373. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Samuel King Jr.) Just not worth it
I'm Capt. Brad Ervin, the 96th Medical Group’s new Alcohol Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment program manager.  I have been here for two years and work in the mental health clinic.I am a licensed clinical social worker.  I have been lucky enough to work with kids, adolescents and adults in a variety of settings, ranging from community mental
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