- Team Members Who Care About Each Patient
- Leading and Knowledgeable Psychiatrists
University Behavioral Center
Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
At University Behavioral Center, the research-based treatment philosophy is highly structured, intense and individualized. The team-based approach to treatment and the promotion of better health emphasizes cognitive-behavioral therapy which, when necessary, focuses on past trauma, sexual history and psychiatric issues, along with creative arts and recreational therapies and team-building activities.
University Behavioral Center Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
My stay at ubc was great the staff was very kind it was a lot of people that they had to be there for but some how made it work they really have a lot on there plate every one not just us the patients...
These people don’t care the slightest bit about taking care of their patients & the families of the patients. They are absolutely rude & miserable.
Very poor customer services and support.
Good place. But if you're going for detox you might as well detox at home. The check in time is horrendous.
I can see why they only rate less than 3 stars. My daughter is being detoxed and they won't talk to me to get a full and accurate medical history. Alcoholics commonly lie about the severity of their i...
My first year of sobriety is completed. I tried 5 times before UBC and eventually went back to drinking. This time I succeeded. Every day has been a choice; to become someone I can be proud of, or ret...
They may delete this because it is not favorable. After telling a facility in another county that they would accept a patient. Transportation was arranged, patient transported. Ok, so the family think...
This place sucked
Lied to me and my family several times. Gave me the wrong medicine, putting me in an even worse situation than before. Thanks.
This is the worse place you can't get anyone on the phone nobody calls you back the receptionist is a very very rude the nursing supervisor is a lair and has no compassion 2 was 2 people that tried
I was brought to this place on a Baker Act. The staff was rude, inpatient and unorganized. I felt like I was in prison while there. The so called socIal and rehabilitative activities are as such for a...
Ubc saved my life!!!! Dr. and therapist saw me 7 times,I just wasn't ready the first 6 times...I'm clean and sober now..I was a hopelesss addict who kept trying and thru the embarrassment of returning...
No classes or activities, she had to complain to staff before the dorm was allowed to do anything
This place was terrible they make you feel like you are crazy they do not help you at all when I got discharged they didn't give me my things back very rude staff members
I looked in to University Behavioral to get help for my son who has ODD, the website and the person I spoke to on the phone prior to taking the 1-1/2 hour trip to the facility both claimed this was th...
They saved my life. From the medical staff to the psych staff they are wonderful.the staff is the best part,they are kind,understanding,and caring,please if you have a drug,alcohol,or mental issue,I'm...
Well according to other people this facility was a lot better than others It made me feel like I was in prison Although it is better than some other facilities, it felt like a prison nevertheless. I'v...
This place was out there. I was threatened with medical restraint that could have overdosed me.The most unprofessional place I have ever been. Now the finance office is trying to tell me my Medicare d...
I was baker acted and sent to this facility... I was here for a suicide attempt and this facility only made me feel worse. I had to get medicine every day for neausia and I lost 10 pounds in a 5 day s...
After being on a voluntary admission was sent into what they consider the \"addict\" side of the facility, I suffer from bipolar depression. Rooms were decent, showers disgusting... I would never go b...
Were able to properly sedate my child without overdosing him. Was able to handle my son's destructive behavior. They were unable to find a medication that worked. I have faith in the facility's doctor...
One on one counseling. Food was good. Over crowded. Room mate was crazy...didn't feel safe sometimes
The staff was great and made the whole family feel welcomed. The therapy was very beneficial. The wait time for appointments was long. The check in and discharge was extremely long. although my family...
Its a wonderful facility but alas its not perfect. My step son has mental issues and was abused as a baby by his biological father. There is one staff member in particular who is a nasty mean man. Aga...
Staff was great and they had plenty of outside and off campus activities. Movement through the program was purposeful and relevant. Communication with the family was excellent. Therapy sessions were a...
- Holistic Therapy
Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.
- Equine Therapy
A form of animal therapy, equine therapy involves visiting, working with and sometimes riding horses as a way to create a metaphoric relationship that leads to life-altering insights.
This Center is Known For...
- Yes Detox Services
- Yes Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- Yes Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
Licensing & Memberships
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