2650 W 2700 S
Syracuse, UT 84075
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90 day minimum
A Residential Treatment Center providing comprehensive services.
Each resident admitted to Island View receives the following assessment:
Leisure skill and recreational therapy assessment.
Alcohol and chemical dependency assessment.
Complete physical and medical history evaluation.
Struggle with chemical abuse, or who have experienced significant loss, been exposed to traumatic events, have particular difficulty interacting with the opposite sex, or have issues related to adoption. Teens benefiting from Island View are those who require a structured, 24 hours per day environment composed of a strategic therapy program, a diversified activity component, a fully accredited on-campus school, an in-house medical/psychiatricservice and a strong,positive peer environment. Perspective residents may also include a young person who has been emotionally stabilized in a psychiatric hospital or ward, but who requires additional intensive care, or whose outpatient regime has proved ineffective.
Island View operates its own on-campus private school, since resident's education and pursuit of a high school diploma are an important part of the interdisciplinary treatment. The school is fully accredited with the Utah Department of Education, the California Department of Education and the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. The educational program provides individualized instruction to meet the resident's particular needs and increase academic skills and knowledge.
Recreation therapy. Sports and games. Camping. Hiking. River running. Skiing. Rockclimbing. Theater and drama. ROPES initiative course. Community outings.
The Clinical Services provided by in-house professional staff are core elements of treatment for each resident at Island View. A carefully selected group of professionals with masters or doctoral degrees provide individual, group and family therapy. Recognizing that each resident is unique, Island View customizes an individual treatment plan for each youth. These treatment elements help residents develop communication and relationship skills, strengthen personal identity and foster pro-social attitudes and behaviors. • Individual Therapy • Positive Peer Group • Grief and Loss Group • Art Therapy • Adoption Group • Multi-Issues Group • Men's Issues Group • Women's Issues Group • Coed Group
Family Therapy is provided by the resident's primary therapist and is an integral part of the resident's comprehensive treatment.
The owners and operators of Island View are clinicians with a long history of working in various adolescent treatment settings including: group homes, diagnostic clinics, day-treatment centers, outpatient practice, residential treatment centers and psychiatric hospitals. In the early nineties, they united their forces and talents to make their dream come true - Island View. In doing so they have fused their own expertise with what they considered the most effective components of successful programs throughout the United States into a unique program. Their personal, day-to-day involvement at the Center assures programmatic continuity, integrity, and success.
: Island View Residential Treatment Center is licensed or accredited with the following agencies and organizations: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Utah Department of Human Services, Department of Licensure. Utah State Board of Education. California State Board of Education. Northwest Association of Schools and College.
We are happy to assist you in finding the help you need for your troubled teen or struggling child.