Our mission at United Behavioral Transitions (UBT) is to provide quality services to Individuals with complex behavioral and mental health needs.
United Behavioral Transitions (UBT) Supported Living Services (SLS) is based on the principles of normalization and inclusion. The program encourages consumers to make personal decisions and choices about issues impacting their life. UBT values equal opportunity, full access, informed decision making, self-determination, choice, empowerment, and self-advocacy. To that end, UBT provides services in accordance with the Core Quality of Life Principles, as adopted by the American Association of Mental Retardation in 1997.• Quality of Life for persons with disabilities is composed of those same factors and relationships that are important to all persons.• Quality of Life is experienced when a person’s basic needs are met and when he or she has the same opportunities as anyone else to pursue and achieve goals in the major life settings of home, community, school, and work.• Empowering people to participate in decisions that affect their lives enhances Quality of Life.• Quality of Life is enhanced by the acceptance and full integration of a person into their local communities.• Quality of Life variables should occupy a prominent role in program evaluation.UBT defines supported living to mean that people with disabilities want the same opportunities and the same choices in everyday life that their able-bodied peers take for granted. That includes living in their own apartment, alone or with a roommate, using the same public transportation, procuring employment that is within their education and abilities and going to a movie or play and having equal access to the same service and venues. More importantly, just like everyone else, people with disabilities need to oversee their own lives, thinking and speaking for themselves.UBT works with Consumers to develop and implement a unique set of services based on individual need and desire.