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Kolob Canyon Residential Treatment Center

1338 East 600 South, New Harmony, Utah, 84757
Our clinically acclaimed residential treatment program is designed exclusively for girls ages 12-17 suffering from depression or low self-esteem. Our residential treatment program successfully helps many troubled teenage girls change behavior patterns and make better choices.

Facility Highlights

  • Prescription Medications
  • Medical, Psychiatric and Dental Care
  • Develop Courage

Specialization

  • Kolob Canyon School Education Program

    The Kolob Canyon School is child-focused rather than curriculum-focused. A broad enrichment program of art, science, horsemanship, French, and drama give our students opportunities for success that empower them to succeed elsewhere. Teachers are carefully selected based on their expertise and love for what they teach. Most importantly, the program is a place where students feel loved and respected, based on our belief that a child that feels loved will eagerly want to learn and will feel self-confident in doing so.

Facility Settings

  • Wilderness

Meet the Staff

  • Heather Harris, LCSW
    Heather Harris, LCSW Clinical Director
    Heather Harris earned her Bachelors degree in Social Work from Utah State University and her Masters degree in Clinical Social Work from Walla Walla University in Washington. She is a Utah Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She spent the past four years working with at-risk youth in residential treatment and providing aftercare services to families across the nation. Prior to coming to Kolob, Heather worked with individual couples and families in an outpatient setting and with adolescents in the juvenile justice system. She has a wide range of clinical experiences including working with trauma, mood disorders, attachment, oppositional defiance, family relationship issues, adolescent substance abusers, battered women, Clinical Director of children’s therapeutic programs, she worked with the Guardian Ad Litem pro bono services to children in the foster care system and sexually abused women.
  • Tawny Davis, LCSW
    Tawny Davis, LCSW Executive Director
    Originally from Seattle, WA, Tawny completed her Bachelors degree at Brigham Young University and her Master's degree at University of Utah in Social Work. She has worked as a therapist, a Program Director and a Residential Director for a large treatment program. Tawny's interests and expertise include adolescent treatment, family work, groups, substance abuse recovery, equine therapy, and program management. She's excited to be working with the girls and families of Kolob Canyon.

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