Student Safety — Our Top Priority

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Student safety has been the top priority at New Haven since its founding in 1995. The following are just a snippet of the policies and procedures that have been in place for decades to keep our students physically and emotionally safe. 30 Policies We’ve Relied On For Decades 1. Safety policies in line with state […]

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Sacagawea House Reopens After Being Remodeled

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New Haven is pleased to announce the re-opening of the Sacagawea House at our Spanish Fork Campus. New Haven was founded in 1995 and the Sacagawea House was the original residence. Over the past decades, the Sacagawea House has served as a home and refuge for hundreds of young women, and the campus has grown […]

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2016 Daddy Daughter Trip: Alaska

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It has been shown that the father-daughter relationship often begins to diminish after treatment for a variety of reasons. At New Haven, we are committed to providing unique and meaningful experiences for our families to not only help improve the relationship between fathers and daughters but truly build a strong foundation. Our Annual Daddy-Daughter trip […]

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Quality Employees, New Haven’s Secret Sauce

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No matter how beautiful the campus or how brilliant the program design, a residential treatment center with sub-par staff is not capable of helping families heal. While it may seem obvious what makes a quality employee, our team at New Haven is held to a higher standard than most. Here’s a thorough breakdown for parents […]

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New Haven Service Trip – Peru 2016

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In April of 2013 New Haven launched its service trip program with a humanitarian trip to Peru. Since then, we have taken groups of families all over the world in an effort to serve others while providing a truly unique and therapeutic and family bonding experience. We were so thrilled to have the opportunity this […]

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Spring Sports at New Haven

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Did you know that New Haven students have the neat opportunity to participate in three competitive sports annually? We get so excited to kick off the school year with our Volleyball season and the girls are ready to play! We have two Varsity level volleyball teams who compete during the traditional volleyball season. In fact, […]

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New Haven Celebrates 5 Years Camping in MOAB

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Recently, families flew from all over the Unites States and even a few countries outside the US, to converge on the scenic town of Moab in Southern Utah.  As part of an annual tradition, families spend two nights camping every fall for family weekend, and returned to Moab for the 5th consecutive year – historically […]

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Our Dads and Daughters Take Glacier National Park

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Family involvement is central to New Haven’s treatment philosophy. We are always trying to help family relationships not just to grow, but to flourish. In particular, we have come to realize that the father-daughter relationship is the one that struggles the most following treatment. We wanted to help fight that trend and created a Daddy/Daughter […]

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Graduation & 20th Anniversary Alumni Reunion

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With early summer has come a time for celebration for our students! On June 19 New Haven had 31 students graduate high school – 26 of which were in Utah to participate in the ceremony with their peers. Three wonderful speakers shared their inspirational stories, and what they learned from their journey through both New […]

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Celebrating 20 Years

One snowy, blustery day in February of 2000, I had the privilege of touring the Spanish Fork campus with Mark McGregor, one of the original owners of New Haven RTC.  As I listened to Mark, his passion and commitment to the well-being and healing of adolescent females and their families was evident.  I caught his […]

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