Sacagawea House Reopens After Being Remodeled

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 around it. If its walls could talk, no doubt we would hear countless stories of healing, recovery and progress from the students who dwelt there.

The Sacagawea House is not only special to those who have lived there, but to our New Haven family. Many of our therapists, executives, nurses and teachers all got their start with New Haven at the Sacagawea House where they began working as front-line staff with the residents.

Beginning this summer, and carrying through the winter months, the Sacagawea House was closed temporarily so renovations could be completed inside and outside of this beloved home. Today we are pleased to announce that the Sacagawea House has been reopened and has had a makeover that will allow the home to continue serving families for years to come.

We wanted to share some photos with you of its progress and its completion. We are grateful that the re-opening of the Sacagawea House allows us to heal more families than ever before.