Red Rock Canyon School

Long Term Residential Program



Number of Beds: 60
Detox Available: No

Last Year’s Admissions:

New Program No historical data
Total Adolescent Admits: N/A
Average Length of Stay 6-12 months
Percent of Women N/A
Percent under age 25 100%
Percent with College Education: N/A
Percent Covered by Public assistance N/A
Receiving some form of psychiatric medication other than for detoxification: N/A

Admissions Procedures:

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



Facility has separate program for:

  • Adolescents (Ages 12-17)
  • Life Skills Training
  • Native American
  • Vocational Skills

Facility has special track for:

  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Psychiatric (Dual Diagnosis)

Facility has group sessions for:

  • Abuse/PTSD/Trauma
  • Anger Management/Conflict Resolution
  • Anorexia/Bulimia
  • Cocaine Addiction
  • Codependency
  • Compulsive Overeating
  • Crystal Meth Addiction
  • Family
  • Grief & Loss
  • Heroin Addiction
  • Inhalant Abuse
  • Marijuana Addiction
  • Methadone
  • Nicotine Cessation
  • Obsessive Compulsive
  • Parenting/Life Skills
  • Relapse
  • Sexual Addictions



Self-pay Cost per week: $1050
Public Assistance coverage may be accepted: Yes
Medicare Coverage accepted: DNS
Insurance Coverage verified before admission: DNS
Follow-up Care included at no additional charge: Yes



Licensed by: Division of Human Services, State of Utah
Type of License: Residential Treatment Program
Accredited by: National Private Schools Associaton Group


Self Description:

“A state licensed treatment facility for adolescents, ages 12-17 with behavioral and or emotional problems who require a level of structure and treatment beyond that which is available in traditional outpatient clinics, but who do not require intensive psychiatric care.”

Treatment Philosophy:

“We provide a full continuum of care which is designed to help young people break through their denial, take accountability for their actions, gain a positive vision of their future, develop specific skills and experience necessary to set and achieve meaningful goals and to develop a feeling of self-worth.”

Approach To Dual Diagnosis:

“Our therapy program is designed to apply each of the 12 Steps in the context of dual disordered patients and to teach the youth about the negative implications of continued drug usage to self-medicate psychiatric conditions.”

Family Program:

“Many of our Family Program sessions focus on educating families about the disease of drug addiction and how it affects the entire family, as well as teaching and developing healthy family systems to heal the wounds which have resulted from that addiction.”

Position On 12 Step Involvement:

“Our program integrates and uses the 12 Step principles in all aspects of treatment to break through the denial, learn accountability for one’s actions, develop skills to recognize relapse triggers and practice refusal skills, and to take one day at a time in a lifetime commitment to continued sobriety.”

Position on Confrontation:

“Youth are appropriately confronted for continuing denial, false image, dishonesty, and other self-defeating behaviors, which can interfere with their recovery, in both individual and supervised group settings.”

Additional Characteristics:

“We provide families with monthly written progress reports in order to keep them updated and involved; allow weekly phone contact and monthly visits which include therapy sessions; provide quarterly Family Week Programs with housing and meals provided; and have Case Managers keep in close touch throughout aftercare.”

Contact Information:

Admissions Telephone Number: (866) 932-5985
General Information: (866) 932-5985
Address: 747 East St. George Blvd.
St. George, UT 84770