Videos About Life at New Haven
At Home at New Haven.
Cradled by the majestic Wasatch Mountains, New Haven's twenty-six acre campus provides the security, comfort, and warmth of home. On campus, girls take walks, ride horses, swim, and enjoy a healing sense of freedom. Our individual campus houses offer the embrace of a smaller community within the program-a home where girls feel the coziness of friendship and belonging.
It's the People. It's the Place.
We know that without love and deep relationships, healing cannot happen. In the scary process of beginning treatment, parents and students at New Haven are almost universally relieved to find themselves in a homelike setting surrounded by a warm and loving staff. It's this kind of setting that fosters the best clinical work and the deepest healing.
Hope for your Daughter. Hope for You.
Your family holds the key to your daughter's healing. We work with parents and siblings to help them unlock their own resources for dynamic growth, expansive hope, and lasting change. New Haven provides opportunities for each student's entire family to heal along with her and provide the support she needs at home to keep the changes she's made here.
Clinical Sophistication. Heart Connection.
Clinically sophisticated approaches work best when delivered in a context of safety, support, and love. The New Haven team stays current with the most advanced, research-supported treatment and educational approaches, and we apply these approaches from a place of heart connection with every student and every family. This combination of clinical sophistication and heart connection creates a powerful alchemy of hope, change, and healing.
We work diligently to offer the best treatment program possible to our families, but even we don't fully understand the magic that happens here. New Haven is a special place. Miracles happen. Families are restored.
Despite a beautiful and confident outward appearance, on the inside Maggie was a tortured child, longing for love and self-acceptance. Her desperate attempts to satisfy her need for belonging led her through a series of painful relationships and self-harm. After a roller-coaster ride of failed treatment programs, Maggie finally found peace and self-esteem at New Haven...
Beautiful. Talented. Troubled. As a young child, Maliha felt like she didn't "fit in". She was prettier, smarter, and darker-skinned than other children. After a traumatic experience robbed her of her ability to trust, she became aggressive, angry and unwieldy. It was only through the powerful relationships she found at New Haven that she began to trust herself and others again...