The College of Health and Public Affairs houses a number of centers, a clinic and an institute that offer specialized services, trainings, resources and research programs. To learn more about these dynamic organizations and facilities, visit the links below.
Center for Autism and Related Disabilities
Funded by the Florida Legislature, the UCF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) provides support that helps people in Central Florida with autism, dual sensory impairment and related disabilities realize their full potential.
Center for Public and Nonprofit Management
The Center for Public and Nonprofit Management is the leading research center in the region addressing challenging community issues through collaborative partnerships.
Center for Behavioral Health Research and Training
The Center for Behavioral Health Research and Training expands expertise and scientific discovery in evidence-based prevention and clinical- and population-based research to improve best practices and behavioral health outcomes for local, national and global communities.
Communication Disorders Clinic
The Communication Disorders Clinic is a premiere institution providing cutting-edge diagnostics and services to people of all ages with speech, language and hearing challenges.