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Compassionate Behavioral Health Center in Provo, UT

Give your child the help they need with their behavioral and mental development by enlisting the services of Provo Canyon School in Provo, UT. Since we took ownership in August 2000, our behavioral health center has placed a heavy focus on the academic, therapeutic, and developmental needs of our patients. We have programs for boys and girls at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. By separating our residency services into these groups, we can tailor our treatments to our patients at different stages of their growth and development.
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We want to welcome you and your loved ones to our Springville Campus and or our Provo Campus, both located in the state Utah.

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Insurances Accepted

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Family Resources

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Treatment Team

Dedicated team members provide compassionate, quality care to our patients each day.

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Services & Programs

High School Boy’s Program
Effective treatment for boys that require behavioral and mental health therapeutic intervention and support.

General Information:

  • Serving Boys Ages 13 to 18
  • Providing both short-term stabilization & Long-term residential treatment options
  • Fully accredited, year-round academic support (general and special education)
  • Medical model behavioral health services (Full-time Psychiatrists, Nursing Staff)

 

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High School Girl’s Program
Specifically designed treatment for girls with complicated mental health and behavioral health challenges.

General Information:

  • Serving Girls Ages 12 to 18
  • Providing short-term stabilization & Long-term residential treatment
  • Fully accredited, year-round academic support (general and special education)
  • Medical model behavioral health services (Full-time Psychiatrists, Nursing Staff)

 

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Middle School Boy’s Program
Latency-age and gender treatment focus to help youth dealing with transitional age mental health needs.

General Information:

  • Serving boys Ages 11 to 14
  • Gender Specific and Age Specific Programs (Older Elementary and Middle School)
  • Fully accredited, year-round accredited academic support (general and special education)
  • Special Education Certified Faculty

 

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Middle School Girl’s Program
Latency-age and gender treatment focus to help youth dealing with transitional age mental health needs.

General Information:

  • Serving girls Ages 11 to 14
  • Gender Specific and Age Specific Programs (Older Elementary and Middle School)
  • Fully accredited, year-round accredited academic support (general and special education)
  • Special Education Certified Faculty

 

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Elementary School Program
Our educational treatment approach for youth needing mental health and behavioral health therapeutic support.

General Information:

  • Boys Ages 8 to 13
  • Age Specific Programs (Older Elementary and Middle School)
  • Accredited Elementary and Middle School
  • Year-Round Academic Program
  • Special Education Certified Faculty
  • Power School Academic Updates

 

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Parent Stories

Patient Testimonial

“I arrived at Provo Canyon School after running away from a treatment facility in St. George, Eagle Ranch Academy. I had been at Eagle Ranch for only 4-6 weeks.

My arrival date was 02/14/2006. I was 15 years old. Before going to boarding school, I had gotten into drugs, I was running with some very dangerous characters, stealing cars, and robbing people, etc. I was also running away from home for days at a time and was hanging out with people who were ten years my senior and were contributing to my self-destructive and illegal behaviors. I was discharged near the end of that year in November.

In my time at Provo Canyon, I learned much about myself, and the errors in my thinking. I came to terms with my sexuality, and gained the structure and discipline I needed to go forward and become successful. Not that my parents hadn’t tried, they spoiled the crap out of my brother and I, but I was a spoiled brat. The staff at Provo Canyon School were not only some of the nicest and most genuine people I have ever known, but by far some of the most patient.

They endured a lot of verbal abuse, and sometimes even physical threats from the many other troubled young adults on campus. Day in and day out, they worked to coach, mentor, and improve the lives of us all.

I never witnessed, nor heard of any abuse in my time there. I only saw love and care.

Jenny Taylor was my counselor, and if she is still there, I would love to reconnect with her. Ms. Dana Tew, and Mr. Ben Francis were amazing teachers and amazing people. And the unit staff made sure to keep us active and did activities with us, such as running, volleyball, cards, board games and more. I will never forget the many incredible people I had the opportunity to meet there.

Provo Canyon School Saved my Life. I would likely not still be alive, and if I were, I would certainly not be who I am without the growth I had while attending.”

– Former PCS Patient

Patient Satisfaction

4.87 / 5
I was treated with dignity and respect
5.00 / 5
I feel better now than when I was admitted
4.96 / 5
Overall I was very satisfied with my treatment

* Data based on patients surveyed Q2 2022.

Our Facility

Building Relationships through Connection - NEW

This presentation is about building connection through Relationship: Rupture and Repair. What happened to you…conversations on trauma, resilience and healing. Brittany walks through different ways of communication and helps us understand the why and the how. By Brittany Taggart, LCSW

How Trauma Impacts Relationships - NEW

This presentation is on how trauma impacts relationships. Our relationships as infants impact our world view and it carries on from there. We bring all the pieces of trauma with us in each relationship. Jordan explains how to minimize some of that baggage. By Jordan Rascon, LCSW

Resiliency and Relationships - NEW

This presentation is on resiliency and relationships. Jenni describes what resiliency is, how our society as a whole has minimized the impact and assumes that kids are resilient and can handle anything. This defeats the concept of expecting kids to be able to handle anything that has come their way and not be changed on the other side of it. By Jenni Smith, LCSW

Provo Canyon School Campus Video

Provo Canyon School Springville Campus Video

Spingville Campus courtyard

Provo Canyon School - Springville Campus

763 North 1650 West, Springville, Utah 84663Contact Us
High School and Residential Treatment Center for Boys Ages 13 to 18

Provo Canyon School - Provo Campus

4501 North University Ave, Provo, UT 84604Contact Us