Industry leader in family-based treatment for almost twenty years, New Haven Residential Treatment Center announced the opening of its new residential home and new school for teen girls on its Saratoga Springs Campus, located 30 minutes south of Salt Lake City. Current students aptly named the new residential home Florence Nightingale to honor the pioneering woman who made significant contributions to modern nursing and social reform.
Mixing experiential and clinical therapies for girls struggling with complex emotional and behavioral issues, New Haven's therapeutic philosophy is family focused, values based, and multi-systemic. Florence Nightingale will provide a beautiful and spacious setting for 16 young women, who along with their parents, will engage in the healing process.
"We are excited to announce the opening of our new residential home and school building on our Saratoga Springs Campus," John Stewart, New Haven's Executive Director said. "Creating additional space for new students helps us further our commitment to helping young girls move toward a promising future."
"So many people have enabled this growth for us, and we greatly appreciate it. We are honored to be able to help even more families heal," he added.
New Haven treats teen girls struggling with complex emotional and behavioral issues including, but not limited to depression, personality and eating disorders, substance abuse, learning disabilities and anxiety. Over the last 14 years New Haven has helped more than 1000 girls and their families from all over the United States as well as Canada, Bahamas, Australia, England, Japan, Spain, China, Israel, Honduras, Bermuda, Mexico and Panama.