Ennet House Drug and Alcohol Recovery House (sic.)
- pp. 137 1st appearance in the text
- plus: origin story (“chewing feldspar”)
constituent members of Enfield Marine Public Health Hospital complex
Psychiatric care and medications for “wild-eyed” Vietnam vets with “very delayed” PTSD.
Methadone clinic, and the target of a prank by Don Gately back in the day.
Currently under renovation.
Treatment for (mostly) Alzheimer’s patients. (The “HELP WANTED” prank, pp. 196.)
In-patient care for “the catatonic and vegetablish”. a.k.a., “The Shed”
Ennet House Drug and Alcohol Recovery House (sic); pp. 197 for physical description of the building itself.
Boarded-up and effectively abandoned. Ennet House residents use it for their secret relapses; Ennet House residents discovered to be going in there are subject to immediate expulsion. Unit 7’s rent is paid for by ETA.