Our residential boarding schools and therapeutic programs provide students with the necessary structure and time to internalize positive change. Our boarding school and treatment programs last from six months to two years, allowing time for each child to experience a stable educational community. This fosters personal growth, and healthy self expression, inspires academic excellence, and teaches individual responsibility and service to others. Parents participate in quarterly seminars and family resolution conferences in order to build mutually respectful and responsible relationships. The major goal of all our boarding schools and residential programs is to realize true healthy growth and assist in the creation of a positive future for each student and their family. For international inquiries, click here.

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Copper Canyon Academy - Rimrock, Arizona
Copper Canyon, in Rimrock, Arizona, is a boarding school for girls ages 13-17 that are in need of a structured therapeutic environment. The program offers a warm, nurturing environment that promotes emotional and academic growth for every student. The staff at Copper Canyon Academy is comprised of well-trained professionals working with adolescents. Copper Canyon Academy boarding school for girls assists families and gives them the reassurance that there is a wonderful future ahead for their child and family. We truly believe combining a warm, caring, structured environment allows students to progress to their fullest potential.



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Island View - Syracuse, Utah
Island View is a licensed residential treatment center that provides comprehensive services and programs for children 13 to 18 years of age. The program at Island View ensures a safe, predictable, organized and supportive environment where residents are taught and encouraged to overcome maladaptive and self-defeating behaviors and are challenged to acquire and practice pro-social behaviors. By taking a complete approach to healing, Island View has a proven track record of building and reshaping the lives of troubled youth. The academic program at Island View is fully accredited with the Utah Department of Education, the California Department of Education and the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges.



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Turn About Ranch – Escalante, Utah
Turn-About Ranch is a short-term, high-impact therapy program on a working ranch that emphasizes family values and relationships. This co-ed program is located on a cattle ranch in Escalante, Utah and accepts students between the ages of 13 to 18. Licensed as a residential treatment center, Turn-About Ranch has 30 students on campus and offers education and treatment with a Christian-based philosophy.



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Youth Care Inc. - Salt Lake City, Utah
A residential treatment center for teens located in a suburb of Salt Lake City, Utah, Youth Care Inc. is a companion program to Pine Ridge Academy. Youth Care Inc provides individualized care in a family oriented environment. Enrollment is limited to 14 students between the ages of 11-18. Youth Care Inc. provides a therapeutic environment for both mental health and chemical dependency diagnosis. Accreditation is by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations making Youth Care Inc. a preferred provider for many insurance companies.



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The Aspen Institute for Behavioral Assessment - Syracuse, Utah
Sometimes, a teenager presents a challenging and often perplexing picture for their parents. Other professionals have been unable to diagnosis their problems and therefore create a treatment plan. Subsequently, their future remains uncertain. The Aspen Institute for Behavioral Assessment is a unique resource by bringing clarity of diagnosis and optimal intervention options. We conduct all of the assessments necessary to gather and assemble a treatment plan and provide recommendations regarding the best possible follow-up care for adolescents relative to their diagnostic picture.