Sunrise Treatment Center

All Genders

13-17

Residential

Now Offering Residential Treatment to Adolescent and Teen Girls, Boys, and LGBTQ+ Youths!

A Residential Treatment Center in Utah

Sunrise is a residential treatment center for teen and adolescent girls, boys, and LGBTQ+ youths in St. George, Utah. As the leading dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) program in the United States, teens and adolescents come to Sunrise to find healing as they learn to regulate their emotions and successfully manage daily life tasks with increased independence – all while continuing their education.

Meet Your Clinical Director!

Tifany Barlow

Tifany Barlow, LCSW

Senior Clinical Director

Tifany is a Licensed Master of Social Work and received her master’s degree in social work at the University of Utah.

How Our Residential Treatment Center Can Help

Sunrise has a holistic approach to treatment on a continuum of three phases. In the first phase, students are assessed and stabilized; in the second phase they are treated, and in the third and final phase, they transition into independence. Sunrise is the only adolescent and teen girls, boys, and LGBTQ+ residential treatment center that offers all three on their campus.

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What to Expect

Our evidence-based treatment program is committed to helping the whole family heal, and in fact, will not enroll a student without a commitment of involvement from her family. Families participate in weekly family therapy (through a conferencing platform), attend quarterly on-campus family weekends, and make regular phone calls with their son, daughter, or LGBTQ+ youth.

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A Day at Our Residential Treatment Center

At Sunrise, students learn the skills and then integrate them into everyday life as the skills are taught and modeled by the entire staff. Each student receives 8-10 hours of therapy weekly.

While each student is undergoing intense therapy, she is also attending classes at Sunrise’s college prep school. Sunrise is a fully-accredited junior high and high school taught by licensed teachers. Each teen boy, girl, or LGBTQ+ youth receives an individual curriculum plan that meets her where she is and considers career and educational goals. Students leave Sunrise caught up on academic credits and ready to transition to college – academically, emotionally, and socially.

Residential Treatment at Our Program

Sunrise’s treatment program is strength-based, working closely with each student to develop strengths and harness their gifts, passions, and talents. Their vision is for every Sunrise teen girl, boy, or LGBTQ+ youth to have a life of emotional balance and independence.

Services Our Residential Treatment Center Offers

Conditions We Treat

Sunrise is open to teens and adolescent girls, boys, and LGBTQ+ youths. Students are capable, curious and smart, and also struggle with deep-rooted emotional issues. Many students at Sunrise have experienced chemical dependency, mental illness and trauma. Others have anxiety or depression, low self-esteem, or have one or more eating disorders. Sunrise works with adolescents, teens, and their families to develop a treatment program that begins with intensive clinical therapy and ends with a community-based transition that demonstrates how skills learned in residential treatment can be transitioned to their everyday lives.

Types of Therapy We Offer

Sunrise offers a range of therapies, and each student’s plan is customized for her needs. Treatments offered include adventure therapy, animal therapy, family therapy, group therapy, individual therapy and recreation therapy. Additionally, Sunrise is a fully integrated DBT program. DBT is a specific set of skills to control behavioral issues, manage emotions, improve relationships and improve overall well-being.

Services Our Residential Treatment Center Offers

Conditions We Treat

Sunrise is open to teens and adolescent girls, boys, and LGBTQ+ youths. Students are capable, curious and smart, and also struggle with deep-rooted emotional issues. Many students at Sunrise have experienced chemical dependency, mental illness and trauma. Others have anxiety or depression, low self-esteem, or have one or more eating disorders. Sunrise works with adolescents, teens, and their families to develop a treatment program that begins with intensive clinical therapy and ends with a community-based transition that demonstrates how skills learned in residential treatment can be transitioned to their everyday lives.

Types of Therapy We Offer

Sunrise offers a range of therapies, and each student’s plan is customized for her needs. Treatments offered include adventure therapy, animal therapy, family therapy, group therapy, individual therapy and recreation therapy. Additionally, Sunrise is a fully integrated DBT program. DBT is a specific set of skills to control behavioral issues, manage emotions, improve relationships and improve overall well-being.

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All Genders

13-17

Residential

Hours

Sunday: Closed
Monday: 9AM - 5PM
Tuesday: 9AM - 5PM
Wednesday: 9AM - 5PM
Thursday: 9AM - 5PM
Friday: 9AM - 5PM
Saturday: Closed

Areas Served

Nationwide and

  • Washington, UT
  • Springville, UT
  • Saint George, UT
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Flagstaff, AZ
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Reno, NV
  • Slat Lake City, UT
  • Grand Junction, CO
  • Denver, CO
  • Sacramento, CA

Sunrise Treatment Center

3611 S Camino Real
Washington, UT 84780

Other Nearby Treatment Options in Utah

Is your family looking for a residential treatment center for girls only in northern Utah? Take a look at Embark Behavioral Health in Springville, Utah, offering healing treatment to adolescent and teen girls.

Your healing journey starts here.

Contact Embark Behavioral Health to learn more about how we treat mental health challenges in adolescents, teens, and young adults today.

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