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Dr. Harold Urschel

Addiction Psychiatrist

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Dr. Harold Urschel is Chief Medical Strategist and Co-founder of EnterHealth, an addiction disease management company based in Dallas (www.enterhealth.com). He is also Founder of Enterhealth Outpatient Center of Excellence, formerly Urschel Institute of Recovery Science, based in Dallas, Texas. The primary goal of both Dr. Urschel’s work is to combine the best behavioral treatment methods with the latest scientifically proven medications to maximize his patients' chances of a successful recovery from the life threatening, chronic medical disease of addiction.

He graduated from Princeton University for his undergraduate training and from U.T. Southwestern Medical School and the University of Pennsylvania for his graduate and medical training. Dr. Urschel is currently certified in both addiction and general psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He additionally earned a Masters in Management Administration from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Since 1998, Dr. Urschel has been implementing the Recovery Science program at two area hospitals and an addiction treatment residential facility, Enterhealth’s Life Recovery Center in North Texas. His Recovery Science addiction treatment program has been utilized as the clinical addiction treatment program for the UT Southwestern Medical School, Department of Psychiatry.

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C. Mallang
C. Mallang

Somebody tell me how to help my 20 year old nephew I am watching the heroin episode and it is like they are filming my family except we are not rich people who can afford the Dr's in Dallas and 90 day in patient treatment   I am 3k away from him and have been able to get a Church rehab here to take him but I am scared they do not have the resources to deal with the medical part ,  somebody tell me how to start , I have talked to him several times he ask for the help and is supposed to get his ID so he can fly but I am so far away I can be there to push him