Elevations RTC is excited to announce their new campus in Syracuse, UT; As of May 5th, 2014, they have reclaimed their status as an owner-operated organization for troubled teens. In an effort to make a clean break from their previous corporate owner, they have opened two new programs called Elevations RTC and ViewPoint Center.
Elevations RTC is a residential treatment center on a beautiful therapeutic campus, and ViewPoint Center is an assessment and treatment center on a nearby campus. Both programs serve adolescent boys and girls ages 13–17.
With their staff having served over 3,000 families during the past 20 years, they look forward to continuing to help students and families. Their programs are grounded in evidence-based and industry best practices; and are well-positioned to provide innovative, high-quality treatment.
Elevations RTC is perhaps the only true co-ed residential treatment center in the country offering comprehensive psychiatric and medical services, college preparatory academics, robust recreational programming and an integrated therapeutic approach that combines milieu, group, individual and family therapies. They pride themselves on offering an extensive scope of services at an all-inclusive rate.
Located across the campus is ViewPoint Center, a specialty psychiatric hospital providing psychiatric stabilization, neuropsychological assessment, comprehensive clinical treatment, and integrated prescriptive services for adolescents ages 13-17. This multi-disciplinary team is highly regarded for making sense of complex psychiatric presentations and providing a treatment roadmap to greater health and well-being. Additionally, they successfully assist families in accessing insurance benefits to help defray the cost of treatment.
They thank families for their support and confidence in the programs previously located on their campuses. They are sorry to see these programs close, but they look forward to partnering with ideas, new management, and new families with their new programs of Elevations RTC and ViewPoint Center.