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Compassionate Behavioral Health Facility in Denton, TX

Trust the team at University Behavioral Health of Denton to provide you or a loved one with the help when dealing with mental health or substance abuse issues. As a behavioral health facility in Denton, TX, we offer a variety of care and treatment services for adolescents and adults who are dealing with psychiatric conditions. With our services, we help as many patients as possible to cope with their issues and find positive outcomes from their situations.


For a free and confidential assessment, call 940-320-8100 or 1-888-320-8101.

We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond to calls.

Our Services

Adult Inpatient Care

When an adult is experiencing a severe mental health crisis, and need help right away, they can turn to our team for the immediate assistance that they require.

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Teen support groupAdolescent Inpatient

UBH Denton provides inpatient treatment services for adolescents, ages 13 to 17, suffering from behavioral health, trauma and co-occurring disorders.

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Outpatient Programs

We will help you or a loved one with various therapy and counseling sessions, while still allowing the patient to maintain work and family obligations. These sessions are perfect for helping cope with anxiety, grief, depression, or stress.

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The Ross Institute for Trauma

The Ross Institute for Trauma at UBH Denton is a specialized program developed for the treatment of clients with disorders related to unresolved trauma and multiple addictions including the treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder.

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Military Program

UBH Denton’s Military Program is one of oldest of its kind in the nation. With specialized tracks to meet service members where they are, our staff has deep experience working with veterans and active duty military in all branches and ranks.

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A Word From Our Patients

Patriot Support Male

“The importance of mental health can not be stressed enough. No matter where you grew up, the level of education you earned, branch of service, marriage status, or culture you belong to, asking for help is vital. UBH Denton is the place you want to go. There is no place like It! The team works hard to get all the moving pieces in place so that you can be in a better state of mind and back with family and friends, as smoothly as possible. This program is 14-30 days, based on your needs. Which is not very long, when you realize at the end how much happens during your stay. You will see the doctor individually to get a treatment plan honed out, if needed and your counselors will give you group work as well as individual work.”

Retired Army Sergeant, Patriot Support Program
mother daughter

“My family and I can never thank you guys at UBH enough for getting our daughter through her darkest times with depression and saving her life. She graduated from high school in 2009, and in 2013 from the University of Arkansas, and is now a graduate student at Texas A&M. These milestones would never have happened without your intervention.”

Family from NorthPointe Family Center Adolescent Program
Female Air Force

“I was ready to commit suicide the day I was brought in. The group setting and receiving feedback from my peers was more effective than any treatment I’ve been through in 18 years. UBH, The Groups, and Therapists, saved my life.”

Female, Air Force
mexican male

“When I arrived at UBH, I thought no one was capable of helping me. I was wrong! The therapists challenge you to find yourself again and bring the “real you” to light. If you need help and are willing to begin by helping yourself, UBH is the program you need.”

Male, Trauma Program
Male army older

“After 28 years of service, I felt like I had come to the end of my road. Once I came to UBH, I found my purpose again through excellent counseling, fellow patients, and dedicated staff members. If I hadn’t been able to be cared for in a timely fashion, by UBH, I wouldn’t be alive today.”

Male, Army

“When I arrived at UBH, I thought no one was capable of helping me. I was wrong! The therapists challenge you to find yourself again and bring the “real you” to light. If you need help and are willing to begin by helping yourself, UBH is the program you need.”

Male, Trauma Program

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University Behavioral Health of Denton
2026 W. University Drive
Denton, TX 76201

Phone: 940-320-8100

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