Specialty Programs

Our specialty programs treat populations with unique needs.

Breaking Free

Breaking Free is an integrated therapy program that focuses on adults who face multiple mental health disorders or a combination of mental illness and drug or alcohol dependency, also known as co-occurring disorders. Patients receive motivational enhancement therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and 12-step facilitation therapy. The program allows patients to recognize and manage the issues related to their mental illness and chemical dependency problems.

Former Dallas Cowboy and Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker authored the book “Breaking Free” in which he discusses his battle with a severe mental health crisis. Mr. Walker is an advocate for individuals seeking help. He is a spokesperson for  Breaking Free and Freedom Care Programs.

If you or someone you know needs help, contact us to schedule an assessment at 940-320-8100 or through our online form.

For Service Members and Veterans 

Our Military Program provides unique treatment services to active duty military, retirees, veterans, and their families. Military members and families must deal with life events such as family separation, combat stress, exposure to destruction and human suffering, threats to self and comrades and grief or loss. UBH Denton is proud to care for our military service personnel and their families.

For military personnel, we offer evidence-based treatment of combat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Addiction, PTSD/Addiction dual-diagnosis, general psychiatric diagnoses and woman’s issues including sexual trauma.

For more information about our program, please contact us at 940-320-8100 or use our online form. For information about what to pack for your stay, please read our What to Bring / What Not to Bring list.

Adolescent Program

Both inpatient and outpatient services for adolescents are offered at UBH Denton. UBH Denton offers its families full educational case management and educational options with a state certified public school teacher.  The adolescent program works with adolescents with mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, trauma, self mutilation and oppositional defiant disorder.  Our adolescent program also treats co-occurring disorders with the combination of mental illness and chemical dependency.

If an adolescent or teen you know needs help, contact us to schedule an assessment at 940-320-8100 or through our online form.