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Enterhealth online resources made available to Texas university students, counselors

December 24, 2012
by Gary A. Enos, Editor
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 The Dallas-based addiction treatment and recovery support organization Enterhealth has finalized an agreement with the University of North Texas (UNT) in which university faculty and students will have access to resources in Enterhealth’s online recovery platform.

Enterhealth’s EnterhealthSupport.com offers e-learning modules to support all phases of recovery and to promote wellness and prevention. According to a news release from the treatment organization, the university plans to make the resources available to its faculty and counselors working with students with substance use problems, as well as to weave the content into the course curriculum for its students who are pursuing addiction studies.

“We feel fortunate to be able to partner with an outstanding institution like UNT to help make an impact on the well-being of their students who are dealing with addiction issues as well as support students who someday might be working in the community as therapists, nurses or counselors,” said Enterhealth president David Kniffen, Jr.

For individuals pursuing recovery, the resources in EnterhealthSupport.com include self-paced modules that can assist them during or after treatment.          

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