Luling is a census-designated place (CDP) in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana. In 2000 the census stated that it had a population of 11,512. Before the Destrehan-Luling Bridge was completed in 1983, automobile ferries connected the towns. In 1976 one of these ferries was struck by a tanker and capsized as it crossed the Mississippi River and then seventy-eight passengers and crew died. Luling has many events and traditions like an annual Krewe of Lul parade on the weekend before Mardi Gras. The median income for a family is $60,625. About 8.3% of the population lives below poverty level. Drugs are a problem in Luling and it is need of drug rehabs.
Get help finding Luling drug rehabs. Drugs are a problem with many arrest going on in the area. Parents can look in the newspaper each day and see that many are being arrested for taking drugs, selling drugs and getting them to our children. Much attention should be given to this situation as drugs can be very harmful to all of us in many areas of our lives. An addict will lie to us and steal from us and maybe even steal from the community. Thousands of dollars are spent each day to prevent the use and abuse of drugs. Attention should be given to the prevention of drug through education to our children and all residents of Luling. Get help finding Luling drug rehabs. Something can be done about it and should be done as soon as possible.
Luling Drug Rehabs
Alcohol Abuse & Drug Rehab
City of Refuge
2715 Gadsden St, Kenner, LA