Logan River Academy is a premier adolescent residential treatment center providing services of the highest quality and ethical standards. We are dedicated to improving the lives of youths and families. LRA offers a safe, caring, structured, therapeutic environment, promoting positive change.
Logan River Academy serves 12 to 18 year old girls and boys experiencing behavioral, emotional, educational, and substance abuse problems. Students are admitted under a DSM IV diagnosis and may be experiencing problems such as: depression, adoption issues, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), attention deficit disorder (ADD or ADHD), borderline personality disorder, substance abuse, bipolar disorder, nonverbal learning disorder (NLD), oppositional-defiant disorder (ODD), anxiety disorders, Asperger’s Syndrome, learning disabilities (LD), parent-child conflict, or other emotional-behavioral issues. LRA provides a separate dorm and specialized programming for students with Asperger’s and NLD. LRA also provides gender specific programming for girls, which live at a separate location in a large, comfortable, country home a few miles off campus.
Emphasizing a truly individualized approach to treatment, LRA offers a comprehensive therapeutic intervention and a fully accredited, year-round educational experience. Our Admissions Committee reviews all clinical and educational documentation, as well as other relevant information from parents, consultants, counselors, and physicians to ensure an appropriate match between a potential student/family’s needs and our program. Our goal is to help each student develop the necessary skills to succeed at home, in school, and in the community. This is accomplished through the concerted efforts of a multidisciplinary treatment team and an individualized treatment plan. The treatment plan is developed following a comprehensive assessment and evaluation; and outlines the goals, objectives, interventions, and priorities for the Logan River Academy experience. Each student receives individual, group, and family therapies by licensed therapists. The treatment plan is implemented in a safe, structured, and supportive living environment. Substance abuse intervention is available for students with that need. All faculty members are certified, and the curriculum includes junior and senior high school classes and small class sizes.