Varied Treatment for Specific Needs
Breadth & Depth of Programs to Meet Your Needs
Where local options might lack the intensity or frequency that produces meaningful results or changes, families looking for long term solutions find Family Help & Wellness.
Families come to us looking for high-quality, immersive therapy for their child. We serve clients across a variety of diagnoses and ages, and offer varied programs from short-term psychiatric hospitals to long-term residential treatment centers.
If you’re ready for the answers and real results you haven’t found elsewhere, FHW is here for you.
RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTERS
Designed for individuals who exhibit more intensive diagnoses and require long-term, intensive therapy in order to see lasting results, these programs provide a warm, inviting setting with a strong focus on individual growth and academic progress. Average length of stay is 8-12 months.
Elevations RTC (Syracuse, UT – Coed 13-17)
Solstice East (Weaverville, NC – Girls 13-17)
Solstice RTC (Layton, UT – Girls 13-17)
Equinox (Hendersonville, NC – Boys 13 – 17)
Uinta Academy (Wellsville, UT – Girls 12-17)
THERAPEUTIC TREATMENT PROGRAMS
Combining academics with behavioral therapy, these facilities offer a more traditional boarding school environment best suited to softer therapeutic approaches instituted over time. For clients with less intensive diagnoses, these programs feature a smaller, yet still intensive clinical approach to maximize long-term results. Average length of stay is 6-12 months.
Asheville Academy for Girls (Weaverville, NC – Girls 10-13)
ADDICTION AND RECOVERY TREATMENT
Uinta Academy offers intense clinical treatment in the form of individual, family, and group therapy delivered by licensed professionals. A research-based therapeutic milieu, accredited academic program, equine assisted psychotherapy, a robust integrated cultural arts program, recreational therapy, and a healthy lifestyles element round out the program at Uinta.
East home – Residential treatment for sixteen girls ages 12-17.
West home – Residential treatment for sixteen girls ages 12-17.
Transition home – For girls in the final stage of treatment. The reduced structure and increased autonomy prepare girls for the step home.
Young Adult home – Residential treatment for eight young women ages 18-21.