Psychiatric Residential Treatment Center for Teens 12-18 who require Structure and Treatment Beyond that Available in Traditional Outpatient Clinics & Intensive Outpatient Services
We promote the experiential hands-on values of trust, care, and services toward others. Becoming “other’s-centered” (empathetic, compassionate, caring etc.) is the basis of Positive Peer Culture..
We utilize a muiti-therapy model of individual, group, and family therapy as well as substance abuse counseling. We emphasize family reunification, parental support, and family counseling..
Our academics are tailored for each student to remediate academic weaknesses, improve study skills, and bring students up to or beyond grade level. They learn to love learning again..
Our people don’t just work for us, they’re like family to us and to the students. We employ highly educated, experienced professionals to teach and mentor the youth..
We Believe in the Worth and Value of Each Individual Teen
Our youth treatment center helps each struggling teen in our center find the worth and value in themselves. The therapy program at Red Rock Canyon School is designed to help each struggling teen identify their problem behaviors and build on their internal strengths.
Red Rock Canyon School does not believe in a punitive approach to bring about change. We believe that there is a great child in each one of our students, they just need to learn how to correct the thinking errors that have brought them recent problems.
A Typical Student May Struggle With One or More of These Issues
History of emotional problems such as poor self-esteem, poor coping skills, or lack of anger management skills, Depression, Anxiety, Poor impulse control, Eating disorders and/or other self harm, History of drug or alcohol abuse, History of poor school performance, History of abuse or neglect, Developing parent-child conflict issues, Obsessive compulsive disorder or other self-destructive behaviors.
For Help, Call Today: (877) 705-7831
Contact us today for a confidential evaluation with an Admissions Coordinator: (877) 705-7831
Please send the staff my thanks for their role in Jake’s recovery. He often tells us how much he appreciated the staff for being genuine with him, something he recognized was missing with his “friends” at home.
Dear Red Rock. Thank you for helping [Jessie] learn to love herself again. The trauma she went through so long ago used to be a recurring nightmare, but now it’s as if it is a long forgotten memory. She is healthy, happy, and now helps others at her school in group therapy overcome eating disorders and self image problems through their counseling center. You have been a blessing in our lives. Thank you for your help in her recovery.
I was so scared that I was losing my son to a lifestyle that was destroying his life. He went from the loving little boy to someone who hated everything about us in just a matter of months. When we realized he was in serious trouble we needed the kind of help we couldn’t provide at home. Red Rock school led us by the hand through the entire ordeal. Week by week we started to see him returning to his old self, with pride, confidence, and a new outlook on life.
All I can say is “thank you for getting our family back together.” The severity of our sons chemical addictions was tearing us apart. It was a difficult thing to go through, but in the end we’re back together and closer than ever. Thank you.. thank you, from the bottom of my heart.
Red Rock Canyon School was the last hope we had for getting real help for our daughter. We tried counseling, AA/NA, and even a wilderness program, but when things progressed to the point that her behavior was putting her in danger we sought help that could be with her 24×7 while she received professional help.
The program is wonderful, the staff is excellent. The experience of making the decision to send her away was extremely difficult. Once she was gone, I continued to feel the pressure, the questioning, of whether I was doing the right thing for her. But now, nearly a year after she has been home, I know that the experience at Red Rock literally saved her life. She also knows that sending her to Red Rock saved her life.