University Behavioral Center (UBC) is committed to providing intensive mental health services to children, adolescents and adults as well as detox and substance abuse programs for adults. They provide safe and effective inpatient treatment to assist individuals in leading more productive/fulfilling lives. They also provide partial hospitalization for adolescents and intensive substance abuse outpatient services for adults. Their facility is located on a 14-acre campus in Orlando, Florida, and includes 114 inpatient beds.
UBC programs include the following: The Adult Acute Inpatient Treatment servicing adults of all ages struggling with mental health issues. Recovery Solutions Program: Inpatient Substance Abuse and detox inpatient services for adults. Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse program for adults. Bridges Program – ages 17 and under needing crisis stabilization. The goal is to address the immediate needs of the youth in order for them to achieve stabilization and transition quickly back to the community. Connections Program – a more intensive inpatient program lasting up to 30 days for minors ages 13-17. Promises Program – residential program designed to treat females 17 and under with various behavioral problems/psychiatric issues. Solutions Program – designed to treat males 17 and under with various psychiatric diagnoses including: Depressive Disorders, Oppositional Defiant Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and many others. UBC also offers the following specialty tracks: ASAP (Inappropriate Sexual Behavior) – designed for males 17 and under that are in crisis due to inappropriate sexual behavior, and STARS Program – designed for females 17 and under with a history of psychological trauma, which can be physical, sexual or emotional in nature.