Universal Health Network takes a new approach to a Residential Treatment Plan through the concept of a "manualized drug and alcohol rehabilitation.” This very unique program consists of 8 phases of rehabilitation that when combined with Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and our 12teer curriculum, will produce an individual who has achieved full physical detoxification, who has become aware of the
causes of his or her addiction, who has a renewed ability to identify and solve problems, and who can change unwanted conditions for the betterment of his or her life. This unique program also addresses the three main causes of relapse after treatment: physical cravings, lingering depression and guilt from past misconduct connected to drug or alcohol addiction.
Universal Health Network has a drug treatment program that is unique in several ways. Most treatment centers use a combination of 12-step recovery and group therapy in an effort to handle addiction. While some people respond to this type of treatment, many do not. The Network drug treatment program addresses three (3) areas that are not intensively treated in most other traditional programs.