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2020 University Behavioral Center Scholarship Application

The UBC scholarship was established in 2017 to recognize a student who has dealt with mental health challenges either personally or with a friend/family member. This year’s scholarship will recognize four students from any of the following counties – Seminole County Graduating Senior ($500), One- Brevard County Graduating Senior ($500), One Orange County Graduating Senior ($500) and One- Osceola County Graduating Senior ($500).

Download 2020 Scholarship Application 

We are happy to announce the recipients of the 2019 University Behavioral Center Scholarship. Congratulations to the following High School students:

  • Orange County: Sydney Larson, Winter Park High
  • Osceola County: Bonnie Walden, Heritage High
  • Seminole County: Marcel Baez, Lake Mary High School
  • Brevard County: Lilly McGuire, Cocoa Beach High School

Professional Events

University Behavioral Center proudly offers CEU training opportunities for licensed mental health practitioners. These events are held on the first Friday of the month from September through May. We offer two CE training credits at no cost for mental health therapists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, nurses and psychologists.

To learn more about our upcoming events, or if you are interested in presenting at University Behavioral Center, please contact Windy McCarty Van Bemmel at 407-461-0768.

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We’re Here to Help

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.