New Haven
 
Quick Facts
Residential Treatment Center
Gender:
Girls Only

Ages:
13 to 17

Enrollment:
66

Avg. Duration:
10-12 months

Founded:
1995

Is Individual Psychotherapy Available?
Yes
Contact Info
Phone:
(801) 794-1218

Fax:
(801) 794-9558

Website:
www.newhavenrtc.com

 
2172 East 7200 South
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
 
 
Program Description

New Haven’s school and therapeutic haven facilitates positive change and healing in families struggling with troubled adolescent girls.  New Haven offers girls with emotional or behavioral problems a feeling of retreat, a safe place where they can learn empowerment skills and discover their maximum social, emotional, and academic potential.  We believe that long-lasting change occurs when six areas are addressed:  We emphasize family therapy, and we provide girls with the experiences and the structure to learn how to give and receive love and respect.  They  increase their self-esteem, and take responsibility for choices and consequences, then realign their lives with their individual values systems and spiritual orientation.

New Haven is for girls ages 12-18 who may experience problems including but not limited to the following: depression, drug abuse, manipulation, low motivation, hopelessness, low self-esteem, entitlement, and relationship difficulties.  Also, we commonly treat mood disorders, anxiety, eating disorders, addiction, ADD, Learning Disabilities, oppositional-defiance, personality disorders, trauma-related issues, attachment disorders, and depression. We do not treat Conduct Disorders, pregnant girls, or severe psychosis.

New Haven fulfills its mission through the following: An accredited High School and Jr. High School; close ties to local universities; exceptional client service; reliable and frequent communication with parents, programs, and Educational Consultants; medication management supervised by psychiatric staff; rigorous psychological and educational testing; thorough transitional and aftercare services; Masters- or Doctorate-level therapy (family and individual weekly); Equine-assisted therapy and experiential therapies; and a 1-4 direct contact, residential staff-to-student ratio.

Accreditation, Licensure, Approval:
State of Utah, Office of Licensing, Department of Human Services, Residential Treatment
Joint Commission
Northwest Accreditation Commission
EAGALA certified
Approved by SEVIS