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Kolob Canyon RTC

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1338 E 600 S Siouth New Harmony, Richfield, Utah, USA 84701-7097

Kolob Canyon Residential Treatment Center provides services to troubled teenage girls between the ages of 14 through 17 who are experiencing challenges with depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicide ideation, eating disorders, adoption issues, difficulties in school, poor peer and/or family relations, limit setting, oppositional defiance and low self-worth. Kolob Canyon takes a holistic approach to therapy and growth for adolescent females while teaching social skills and interpersonal development. Kolob Canyon believes that behavior is a function of one's self-perception and that self-worth profoundly affects behavior. Depression, low self-esteem and misbehavior are almost always manifestations of deeper problems.

Kolob uses a busy, but fun schedule of experiences and adventure to help our students find a "Life Worth Living". Girls and parents participate in regular outdoor adventures that provide connection, skills building, insight and mastery. We believe that a soft, patient approach where your daughter is cared about and loved, while still being held accountable for her decisions and conduct is the ideal treatment that teen girls struggling with depression, anxiety, attachment issues and oppositional behavior. Our small intimate setting of just 12 girls is the ideal place for a troubled teenage girl who needs a relationship model of care.

Kolob Canyon's Core Values are:
1. Health and Safety
2. Adventure
3. Individuality
4. Diversity
5. Choice and Accountability
6. Gratitude
7. Attunement
8. Integrity

Kolob Canyon and it's warm environment and clinical sophistication is an industry leader in treating adolescent girl's emotional and/or behavioral issues. We are uniquely equipped to individualize treatment to the needs of each girl, while she progresses in a loving community of girls. We know that advances are deeper and more lasting when treatment happens in a single gender program, as well a smaller sized program, where the interactions and connections mirror that of a family.

Admissions Contact Name: Kaysha Sorensen

Contact Information
Phone: 888-406-5968

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