Enterhealth, a Dallas-based drug and alcohol addiction treatment company, is expanding the medical rehab operation at its Enterhealth Ranch residential treatment facility in Van Alstyne, north of Dallas. The $1 million expansion and upgrades will further improve the facility’s ability to provide a comfortable and secure environment for those recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, a chronic brain disease. Upon completion in early 2016, the 38-bed Enterhealth Ranch will offer 2,000 more square feet in its main house and additional private therapy offices in a separate building.
Enterhealth, a Dallas-based drug and alcohol addiction treatment company, has come out in support of the new direction Director of National Drug Control Policy Michael Botticelli recently proposed for changing how we address the nation’s drug problem, along with the stigma and language of addiction. Botticelli, who was appointed as the nation’s “Drug Czar” last year, is helping to garner more attention to the scientific fact that addiction is a brain disease that needs to be treated with medical intervention. Enterhealth Chief Medical Strategist Harold Clifton Urschel III, M.D., M.M.A.
Parents of Highland Park High School juniors hosted an eye- opening program on November 3, “How to Protect Your Family from Drugs and Alcohol,” presented by Dr. Harold Urschel, MD, MMA, chief medical strategist for Enterhealth, an addiction treatment company.
Two dozen parents attended the Junior Lunch Bunch program at Dunston’s Steakhouse to hear Urschel’s powerful message about the impact of alcohol and drugs on the teenage brain. Frances Jones and Audrey Schmit co-chaired the event.
In recognition of National Red Ribbon Week, a drug awareness and prevention campaign, Prestonwood Christian Academy high school students participated in an eye-opening program, “How to Protect Yourself and Your Friends from Drugs and Alcohol,” featuring Dr. Harold Urschel, MD, MMA, chief medical strategist for Enterhealth. Five hundred and fifty students in grades 9 – 12 attended the assembly to hear Urschel’s compelling message about the impact of alcohol and drugs on the brain.