Glass of alcohol and pills, a common combination for cross addiction patients.

The Challenge of Treating Cross Addictions

What is cross addiction? Cross addiction, also known as addiction transfer or addiction interaction disorder, is a term for when a person with one addiction develops another addiction to something else. These addictions can occur at the same time (polydrug addiction) or they may happen months, years or even decades apart. In addition, these addictions …

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‘Tis the Season to Be Healthy: Helpful Tips to Survive the Holidays

The holiday season is a special time of year full of celebrations with family members and loved ones. Whether it’s traveling to see extended family, having kids home from college, or reconnecting with out-of-town friends, the holidays are often an exciting way to end the year. While this time is often associated with joy, it …

Home for the Holidays: Tips for Recovery Survival

The holiday season is usually a time for families to come together to celebrate with the ones they love. It’s also a time when many families have loved ones visiting from out of town and kids coming home from college for the holiday break. While this time of year is fun for most, for those …

How Faith Can Help with Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery

By Scott Trout, Enterhealth Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer  At Enterhealth, many of the patients we treat come into our program with underlying mental illnesses, spiritual dilemmas and personal problems that need to be addressed during their treatment for alcohol or drug addiction. As many as 80% of people who come to Enterhealth …