Enterhealth Ranch

524 N. Lincoln Park Road, Van Alstyne, Texas, 75495

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Our goal is to dramatically improve the quality of life for those in need of addiction recovery services. Our comprehensive treatment approach is different from the minute you pick up the phone to call us. Each treatment experience is customized to the individual. Our full-time staff includes leading addiction psychiatrists in the nation, Masters and PhD level therapists and qualified nurses that are on call 24/7. The staff will assess your unique situation and choose the right combination of tools to create a personalized recovery strategy. Your treatment will involve a combination of a thorough medical and psychiatric evaluation; extensive individual therapy; group and family therapy; as well as health and wellness, stress management tools and, if applicable, anti-addiction medicines.

Facility Highlights

  • 12-Step program principles and beliefs
  • Ongoing life care
  • 24-hour nursing supervision

Specialization

  • Relational & Family Therapy Support
    Alcohol and drug addiction research suggests that appropriate family involvement and support is a critical component for long-term drug and alcohol rehabilitation. As part of the addiction recovery process, Enterhealth offers individualized family therapy sessions as well as educational support for families in a group setting. Clients and family members are taught to rebuild and establish healthy relationships by learning how to assertively communicate feelings and needs. This allows clients and families to develop a connection with others, creating a strong support system for their drug or alcohol addiction recovery and lifelong sobriety.
  • Addiction disease model
    The addiction disease model defines drug and alcohol addiction as a unique, irreversible and progressive disease that cannot be cured, but can be arrested through abstinence. There is evidence that, in certain individuals, each incidence of substance abuse chemically alters the brain causing them to become dependent upon the substance. The disease model demonstrates a progressive process where, over time, addicts experience powerful cravings and when they don't respond quickly enough, strong and sometimes deadly withdrawal symptoms occur. Continued use can also result in irreversible damage to the brain, liver, kidneys and other vital organs.

Facility Settings

  • Wilderness

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Laura

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What a rip off!!! I have no fond memories of this place, some of the nurses lie and you are basically under their control. Even after you complain, they never make any changes. You are just another number, all they care about is you paying for every little thing up to the last aspirin you take. Very short staffed, your lucky if you get your sheets changed and trash taken out once a week. There are different rules for everyone, some people have their phones all the time and others are given phone time of 3 hours a day for no apparent reason. They put everyone on the same drugs no matter what your in there for. If your not an alcoholic you will be in the minority. The classwork is all based around alcoholics. They are always trying to get people to stay longer and spend more money. If your worried about Covid-19 this is not a place for you. They have new people coming in all the time and everybody is put together in the same group with no spacing between. Personally it was very stressful to be there and made recovery very difficult. This is not what they say it is, don\'t let them fool you. Once you check in you will be responsible for paying the entire amount no matter how unsatisfying you find it. They will not give you any money back. Also one problem I had with the way they teach is they are setting you up to fail. Welcoming people back 2 and 3 times. All about the money! Do yourself a favor and stay as far away from here as you can.

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Founded by a marketing professional and charging up to $100,000 for 60 day inpatient plus 90 day outpatient care, this facility relies heavily on medicating addicts seeking help. After detox, patients are put on anti-depressants and anti-craving drugs: Serequel, Suboxone, Campral, and Anabuse. If a patient does not go to the nurses station to pick up their sleep meds on time, they’re charged an extra $75. Enterhealth provides individual counseling, group meetings, and can patients can purchase a’la cart tests and “add-on” therapies. After patients are released, they offer an expensive (over $1,000) injection of a “blocking” drug like Vivitrol, which needs to be administered on a repeated basis. Although Enterheath is charging an inordinate amount of money for recovery, they seem to be understaffed and therefore rely on patient assistance with many incidents including physical altercations, drug-induced episodes, and addicts trying to leave. There is a fitness center, a salon spa and a pool. Sleeping arrangements are private, but it’s not uncommon for patients to hook-up with each other. Even though patients pay through the nose, they’re expected to “give back” once they leave by returning to the facility to give lectures and invest themselves in a myriad of ways. They have over 30 beds available at a time... and from what I’m told, they lose about 1 former patient per month to overdose or suicide. Enterhealth does not recommend AA or NA to addicts seeking help. AA and NA are free and available to anyone at multiple times and locations throughout every city every day... which would directly compete with Enterhealth’s costly program Personal note: Of the successful recovering addicts/alcoholics I know... some went to rehab, some didn’t... but they all did the 12 steps. For those looking for treatment... keep looking. There are some great facilities out there. This place is a cult-like money grab. “Sedation Resort and Rehab for Singles: We’re your drug dealer now”

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Worse pace ever! I was drugged from the minute I arrived. They look down upon the 12 step program. I was treated horribly, given expensive tests that were not necessary and 95% of patients were told they were bipolar. DO NOT GO HERE! Go to La Hacienda in Hunt Texas and get well- the right way!!!

SI

    The staff at the ranch and outpatient are very sincere about my individual mental and recovery needs.

    JW

      My experience was horrible with this place. I wrote a check for 10 grand at check in after my boyfriend and I met with one of the counselors there. She explained everything, gave us a tour and showed us where my boyfriend would be staying. That evening at home I began getting harassing and threatening messages from my boyfriends dealer out of the blue. Realizing my bf must have been in contact w him from this place I called up there bc he was not supposed to have a phone. I was asked to not call so ok, no problem. I get it. The staff must focus on the clients. Next thing I know less than 36 hours later, a therapist and an aide are driving my boyfriend back to my house followed by his parents. No one has told me anything about him coming home so I begin to get upset because part of him remaining in the house was him agreeing to help. The therapist is telling me I need to calm down and that she could lose her job for doing this. She tells me that she’s driving him home bc he has way too much to worry about at home to be in rehab right now and that I need to give him a chance. I’m sorry, what? Is that how rehab works? Fast forward to when I call the facility the next day and they tell me it was HIS decision to leave and therefore my money is non-refundable. The evening before your therapist who drove him home told me it was her decision. In fact, did you know your staff drove him home? Something is not adding up so I ask to speak to the director but for days he is unavailable and I go round and round with this place trying to get a refund. Each time they attempt to put me back in touch with the woman who initially convinced my bf to go in- I reckon she is crisis outreach but she can’t help me. And of course due to privacy laws, I am unable to access medical records and my bf is not reliable for the truth, so I reported the situation to NBC 5 Consumer Investigates and called Enterhealth back and let them know. The administrator was immediately available to talk with me that time and I received all but 2 grand back. Looking back, I’d have gone somewhere else given our experience at check in but I was desperate for some help. Instinct told me my bf would play that therapist like a fiddle & he obviously did. The entire experience still makes zero sense to me and I have no explanation from them.
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