Defending your country is a great honor, and University Behavioral Center is proud to offer support for military members and their families. We are deeply dedicated to providing specialized behavioral health treatment for the brave men and women who serve in the United States Armed Forces. At our facility located in Orlando, Florida, we provide therapeutic services that treat military mental health and addiction issues to those who have served our country.
The military treatment track at University Behavioral Center was specifically designed to address the needs of active-duty service members, veterans and military families. Throughout the program veteran trauma informed care is utilized encompassing these six principles: trustworthiness, safety, empowerment, peer support, collaboration, and choice. Our staff is trained to target and treat a number of particular challenges including trauma, mental illness, addiction to drugs and alcohol or a dual diagnosis of addiction and psychiatric illness.
This program provides structured, effective treatment in an environment tailored to the unique needs of military personnel and their families. In addition to treatment, service members gain support camaraderie, professional treatment guidance, and personal growth. University Behavioral Center is honored to provide a comfortable atmosphere that is sensitive to the needs of our service members, veterans and their families. We are proudly contracted with TRICARE® and the Veterans Administration, and many of our therapeutic providers are also veterans.
Contact us to learn more about our services for veterans. We’re here to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we look forward to hearing from you.
University Behavioral Center offers no-cost, confidential assessments for individuals in need of mental health or substance abuse treatment. Our staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to schedule assessments. Call us any time at 407-281-7000 or complete and submit our online contact form. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.