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Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment By Type

Every type of addiction is different in terms of how the substance affects the body, and each drug addict or alcoholic has a unique combination of personal history, co-occurring psychological or medical conditions and external or social factors that contribute to the abuse.

We understand how various substances affect the brain, and our highly trained addiction specialists deliver a full continuum of care to offer our patients the best possible outcomes for recovery. Our unique, personalized treatment plans are specifically tailored to address each patient’s addiction level, abuse patterns, and co-occurring issues. To help provide some understanding into your loved one’s particular drug or alcohol addiction, here is some information on the most commonly abused substances.

Comprehensive Addiction & Mental Health Treatment

Mental health assessment and treatment

The majority of substance use disorder cases co-occur with other psychiatric illnesses. Enterhealth’s dual diagnosis capabilities provide us greater insight into these cause-and-effect relationships. Our team of MDs, psychiatrists, psychologists, and Master’s level therapists work in tandem to diagnose and treat mental health disorders, including:

  • Major depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar (manic depression/ mood swings)
  • Personality disorders
  • Psychosis
  • Sleep disorders
  • Suicidal/homicidal thoughts
  • PTSD/traumatic experiences
  • Eating disorders, including weight-loss surgery patients
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An integrated treatment approach

At Enterhealth, we know that addiction does not live in isolation. Our extensive experience healing patients reveals that most people diagnosed with a substance use disorder (SUD) also suffer from co-occurring mental health or behavioral disorders that only serve to fuel their addiction through self-medication.

When there is a Dual Diagnosis, it is critical that the patient enroll in a treatment program that can address both problems at the same time and leave no stone unturned in the healing process. Connecting the dots on substance abuse and creating a personalized, integrated approach that treats all underlying mental or behavioral disorders in conjunction with addiction treatment gives patients the best chance to achieve and maintain lasting recovery.