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5500 W Bagley Park Rd, West Jordan, Utah, USA 84081-5697

A treatment center designed to help struggling teens
At our core, West Ridge Academy is an all-encompassing program designed to heal families. It exists to create an environment of real change for future generations. We provide lasting solutions through comprehensive mental health services for youth and their families. That is where hope begins.

Located in West Jordan, Utah, West Ridge Academy began in 1964 as the Utah Boys Ranch. The organization quickly became recognized for the positive effects its program had on young men who were struggling academically, emotionally, and socially. Today, the academy has served more than 25,000 families, has expanded its services to include outpatient therapy, day treatment, and separate residential campuses for boys and girls. West Ridge Academy continues to bring hope and healing to families all across the world.

Quick Facts
West Ridge Academy sits on 50 acres of pristine property at the base of the Oquirrh Mountains in West Jordan, Utah
Includes a beautiful off-site wilderness retreat called Camp Hanna, located in the Uintah Mountains
Our property includes two separate campuses for boys and girls
We have an NBA regulation gymnasium, an MLB regulation baseball field and an MLS regulation soccer field
We raised funds and built the campus debt free

The path to hope and healing at West Ridge Academy is possible, and proven by many families across the world. Call us with your questions and concerns and learn how your family can become whole again.
We help teens who are struggling with education, anxiety disorder, personality disorder, self-esteem, pornography, peers, motivation, lying, mild learning disabilities, effects of bereavement, anger, bipolar, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), attention deficit, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), substance abuse, depression or dysthymia, reactive attachment disorder (RAD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD),

Admissions Contact Name: Lynn Smith

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