AEG – Aspen Ranch

Long Term Residential Program



Number of Beds: 84
Detox Available: Yes


Last Year’s Admissions:

Total Adolescent Admits: 125
Average Length of Stay 11 months
Percent of Women 45%
Percent under 25 100%
Percent with College Education: 0%
Percent Covered by Public Assistance 0%
Receiving some form of psychiatric medication other than for detoxification: 50%

Admissions Procedures:

Night Admission Available: Yes
Weekend Admission available: Yes
Face to Face Interview or exam required before admission: No



Facility has group sessions for:

  • Abuse/PTSD/Trauma Resolution
  • Adolescents (Ages 12 – 18)
  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Anger Management/Conflict Resolution
  • Depression
  • Domestic Violence
  • Family
  • Gay & Lesbian
  • Grief & Loss
  • Inhalant Abuse
  • Internet Addiction
  • Marijuana Addiction
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
  • Oppositional
  • Parenting/Life Skills
  • Prescription Drug Addictions
  • Psychiatric (Dual Diagnosis)
  • Relapse
  • Self Esteem
  • Substance Abuse



Self-pay Cost: Data Not Supplied
Public Assistance coverage may be accepted: Yes
Medicare Coverage accepted: No
Insurance Coverage verified before admission: Yes
Follow-up Care included at no additional charge: No



Licensed by: State of Utah
Type of License: Residential Treatment Center
Accreditation: Northwestern Association of Schools and Colleges


Self Description:

“Aspen Ranch is a long term adolescent treatment center.”

Treatment Philosophy:

“Our program offers a dual diagnosis intervention with a heavy emphasis on treating the family system.”

Approach to Dual Diagnosis:

“Chemical dependency and substance abuse are seen as interactive symptoms of other underlying diagnoses and are treated concomitantly.”

Family Program:

“Family therapy and parent education are the core interventions of our program.”

Position on 12 Step Involvement:

“Aspen Ranch’s chemical dependency intervention is centered on the 12 Step model.”

Position on Confrontation:

“Firm yet compassionate confrontation of the family system is an integral part of intervening in the pathology of presenting behaviors.”

Additional Characteristics:

“Our program is highly active learning focused which includes equine assisted psychotherapy. Experiential learning enhances insight and self discovery.”

Contact Information:
Admissions Telephone Number: (866) 932-5985
General Information: (866) 932-5985
Address: P.O. Box 369, 2000 West Dry Valley Rd
Loa, UT 84747