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At Provo Canyon School, every phone call, email and inquiry is important to us.  Our admissions team understands the challenges being faced when trying to get more information about youth care residential treatment centers in Utah, so we are dedicated to helping you through this process to make it as easy as possible.  Like you, we are committed to ensuring that your child receives the care and treatment that he or she deserves.  We encourage you to contact any one of our admission coordinators to at 1-800-848-9819 so that we can explore how our youth treatment facilities may be of assistance to you and your family.

Do not use this form if you have a medical emergency or urgent problem. Instead, please call us at 800-848-9819. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.

For information regarding school transcripts or medical records please contact the following individuals:

Provo Campus School Transcripts – Diana Cornaby (801) 227 2008 or fax (801) 227-2130
Springville Campus School Transcripts – Mary Norton (801) 704 1399 or fax (801) 227-2130
Medical Records – Janet Davidson (801) 227 2102

Tuition & Financing: Provo Canyon School has an extremely diverse set of resources for funding our services. We are contracted with most of the national managed healthcare organizations and insurance companies, as well as, a contracted provider with many state Medicaid systems. Since we are nationally recognized by The Joint Commission and CMS, we have the ability to negotiate individual service agreements with most other insurance companies and/or government agencies. Also, we are recognized as a private, nonpublic special education school, which allows us to access public school funding for many of our students.

We encourage you to contact us directly so that we may help with the process of seeking financial support in order to provide the care your child needs.

Because of our reputation and history working with individual insurance companies, government agencies and other financial resources, we encourage you to give us a call in order for us to assist in looking at the various funding options. We will contact the funding agent, seek prior approval for services, and bill the funding agent directly with whatever additional information is requested.

Admissions Process: Provo Canyon School and youth treatment facilities accommodates new admissions 365 days a year. Our application process is very simple and our admissions coordinators are able to walk you step by step through the process of enrolling your child. They are also available to answer any questions you might have along the way. In order to help with the admissions process, we have attached the following documents for your easy access:

  • For information regarding confidentiality and in order to authorize Provo Canyon school to review applicable clinical information regarding your child – Download Release of Information (pdf)
  • For information regarding personal items that are approved to accompany the student to Provo Canyon School.

References: If you would like to speak to a current parent of a student at Provo Canyon School or a parent of a former student of Provo Canyon School, please contact us and we will provide you with a list of parents that have volunteered to provide information regarding their experience.

Needs: Children and adolescents most appropriate for Provo Canyon School exhibit significant need for a supportive but intensive intervention due to psychiatric, emotional and behavioral problems that have been disruptive to the individual, the family and/or to the community/school. Our expert admission staff can provide you with the support and guidance for determining if Provo Canyon School is right for your son or daughter. To help you with identifying specific behaviors or emotions that may be causing you child sufficient distress in order to consider our services, please refer to the following Behavioral Checklist attachment.