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Bath Salts Addiction Treatment that Actually Works

For more than a decade, our evidence-based treatment program has helped thousands of people suffering from substance use disorder. By offering inpatient, outpatient, and virtual addiction treatment programs as part of a comprehensive continuum of care, we’re able treat the whole person for a lifetime.

Our team of experienced medical professionals and addiction specialists works collaboratively to create personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s specific needs. This approach demonstrates remarkable effectiveness, boasting an 84% success rate among our patients, which significantly surpasses the 50% success rate of traditional 12-step programs.

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Treatment options for bath salts addiction

At Enterhealth, we firmly believe that addiction is a multifaceted condition that demands a comprehensive approach to address not only the substance abuse but also any underlying psychological and physical factors. We combine cutting-edge pharmacological and medical treatment with time-tested psychological and behavioral therapies to help patients regain a healthy, productive, and stable life.

Treatment protocol typically starts with supervised medical detox, also known as withdrawal stabilization. This allows our 24/7 medical staff to closely monitor patients as bath salts and any other substances are removed from their system.

It’s important to note that while medical detox is an essential initial step, it is NOT a cure. After detox, patients can effectively participate in a long-term program of psychological counseling and behavioral therapy.

These therapies are provided in individual and group settings and may also include family members. Enterhealth also offers continuing care programs to provide patients with ongoing counseling and support for as long as they require, promoting long-term recovery.

We’re dedicated to providing all patients with the highest quality of care and support necessary to overcome addiction and achieve lasting recovery from substance use disorders.

A bath salts addiction treatment program may include:

  • Medication Management using anti-addiction medications
  • Individual counseling
  • Group therapy
  • Medication-assisted treatment (medication management)
  • Family therapy sessions
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
  • Supportive Outpatient Programs (SOP)
  • Maintenance Outpatient Programs (MOP)
  • Holistic treatment services

A range of treatment options based on you

Each person’s path to addiction is unique with different neurological, emotional, social and environmental contributing factors. That’s why the Enterhealth journey to recovery is personalized to meet individuals and families where they are. Whether you need immersive inpatient care or outpatient treatment, we offer a range of evidence-based treatment options and innovative therapies. Enterhealth is the only facility with highly trained on-site addiction specialists, including PhDs, MDs and Master’s Level Therapists, who coordinate care at every stage. Because we understand the science behind addiction, we are best equipped to assess and treat individuals and families. Contact us to see why we’re the only facility with an 84% success rate.



Enterhealth Ranch offers inpatient care that’s on your side, not on the clock. It’s a nurturing environment where treatment is highly personalized and intensified. Every patient has a private room and 24/7 access to addiction trained specialists who use evidence-based treatments and comprehensive care, including medical detox, in-depth medical and psychological assessments, individual and group therapies, life skills and more.

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Enterhealth’s Outpatient Center of Excellence, conveniently located in the Park Cities, is expertly staffed with board-certified addiction specialists. Our comprehensive program is designed for continued recovery care and provides individuals and families the support they need to reconnect with each other and thrive in recovery.

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The Enterhealth Alumni Association offers a unique opportunity for our patients to continue and thrive in their recovery by building relationships through shared experiences. This one-of-a-kind support environment provides a nurturing space where participants can gain understanding, learn from others and continue to rebuild their lives.

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Recovery is one of the most important benefits you can give your employees. Enterhealth provides comprehensive, evidence-based residential and outpatient programs and continued 24/7 technological support with Enterhealth Connect. It’s a tool employees can use to access expert care that fits their schedule for online consultations with highly trained addiction specialists, dynamic content including blogs, podcasts, videos, and continuously updated tools and resources that will aid in their recovery journey.

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How Enterhealth Makes a Difference

“FPO – When I first arrived here, I truly believed I would never be able to function without drugs or alcohol, nor be happy in general ever again. My family did not know how to help me. After being here, I’m a happier person. Laughter comes naturally. I’m repairing relationships I thought were irreparable.”

Hanna (former Enterhealth patient)

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Frequently Asked Questions About Bath Salts Addiction

What are bath salts?

Bath salts are a type of synthetic drug that produces effects similar to those of amphetamines and cocaine. They contain synthetic cathinones as their main active ingredient, which is a type of stimulant. Some common types of bath salts include MDPV, methylone, and mephedrone. Bath salts are often marketed as “research chemicals” or “plant food” and can be purchased online or in specialty shops.

How do people use bath salts?

Bath salts can be used in a variety of ways, including:

  • Swallowed: Bath salts can be ingested orally in tablet form or mixed with a drink.
  • Snorted: Bath salts are commonly snorted in powder form, which can produce a rapid onset of effects.
  • Injected: Some people may inject bath salts, which can produce a more intense high but also increase the risk of infection and other health complications.
  • Smoked: Bath salts can be smoked using a pipe, which can produce a faster onset of effects than other methods of use.

How do bath salts work on the body and brain?

Bath salts work by affecting the levels of certain neurotransmitters in the brain, including dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin. Specifically, bath salts increase the release of these neurotransmitters, which can lead to feelings of euphoria, increased energy, and altered perception. The effects of bath salts can vary depending on the dose, method of use, and individual factors such as body weight and metabolism.

How addictive are bath salts?

Bath salts can be highly addictive due to the way they affect the brain’s reward system. Prolonged use can lead to tolerance, dependence, and addiction. Some factors that can increase the risk of addiction to bath salts include frequent or high-dose use, a personal or family history of addiction, and underlying mental health issues.

What are the side effects of bath salts?

Bath salts can produce a range of negative side effects, both short-term and long-term. Short-term effects may include:

  • Increased heart rate
  • High blood pressure
  • Increased body temperature
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Paranoia
  • Hallucinations
  • Delusions
  • Agitation
  • Seizures
  • Psychosis

Long-term effects may include:

  • Kidney damage
  • Liver damage
  • Cardiovascular problems
  • Respiratory problems
  • Permanent neurological damage

The specific side effects of bath salts can vary depending on the dose, method of use, and individual factors.

How long do bath salts stay in your system?

The length of time that bath salts stay in the system can vary depending on factors such as the dose, the method of use, and individual differences in metabolism. Generally, they can be detected in urine for up to 2-3 days and in blood for up to 12 hours after use. However, some types of synthetic cathinones can have longer half-lives and may be detectable in the system for a longer period of time.

What are bath salts withdrawal symptoms?

Bath salts withdrawal symptoms can include:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Cravings
  • Insomnia
  • Hallucinations and psychosis
  • Suicidal thoughts and behaviors

The specific withdrawal symptoms of bath salts can vary depending on the severity and duration of use.

How do you treat bath salts withdrawal?

The treatment for bath salts withdrawal typically involves a combination of medications and therapy. Medications may be used to manage symptoms of withdrawal, such as depression and anxiety. Therapy may include behavioral therapy, cognitive therapy, and counseling to help individuals understand their addiction and develop strategies for managing cravings and avoiding relapse.

How long does bath salts withdrawal last?

The duration of bath salts withdrawal can vary depending on the individual and the severity of their addiction. Symptoms of acute withdrawal typically last for a few days to a week, while protracted withdrawal symptoms may persist for several weeks or months.

Can you overdose on bath salts?

Yes, it is possible to overdose on bath salts. Overdose can lead to a range of severe symptoms, including seizures, hallucinations, extreme agitation, and psychosis. In some cases, overdose can be fatal. If you suspect someone has overdosed on bath salts, it is important to seek medical attention immediately.

*State standard is 1:10 clinical staff to patient ratio