84% Success Rate
Enterhealth’s 84% Success Rate – It’s a Science.
At Enterhealth we know that addiction treatment isn’t a step, it’s a science. Unlike 12-step programs with an average 20% success rate or traditional rehabs that only treat chemical dependency, we have learned through proven research that the most successful outcomes are a result of a holistic treatment of addiction that includes psychological, neurological, spiritual and relational aspects of each individual’s life.
Everyone is different, so we treat everyone differently, each with his or her own treatment protocols administered by a team comprised of a psychiatrist, neuropsychologist, PhD or master’s level therapist.
It’s why at 90 days post-discharge, 84% of Enterhealth patients are sober and have an enhanced quality of life. Those statistics are unprecedented in our industry and a testament to the high quality of our doctors, therapists and staff.
We have the best clinicians. It’s why we have the best outcomes.
If you’ve found this page, you’re already on the path to recovery.
Consistent, Ongoing Treatment
Our residential and outpatient treatment doesn’t end when you leave our doors. We provide constant monitoring of progress to update treatment as needed. In fact, many of our patients stay engaged with us for three to five years, scaling back on frequency of services from acute, 24-hour care to semiannual medication management, individual and family behavioral therapy.
Outcome Monitoring Program
Addiction is a chronic medical brain illness and relapse can happen. It’s why we developed our comprehensive Outcome Monitoring Program to immediately identify issues and treat patients quickly to return them to the maintenance period of recovery.
Treatment Effectiveness Assessment (TEA)
Created by Dr. Walter Ling, MD, at UCLA, the TEA instrument is vital upon admission and at certain follow-up intervals. It is key to our 84% success rate, and you can read more about it and download it here:
Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs and Health
Research shows the longer a patient remains in treatment, the better his/her quality of life as noted in the U.S. Surgeon General’s report found here:
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