All Kinds of News for January 08, 2020
Spanish Fork UT- New Haven RTC is excited to celebrate its 25th year in 2020 continuing to be the leader in all female treatment and recovery for teenage girls and their family. New Haven’s original campus began as a single house in Spanish Fork, Utah with the founders Kathy and Mark McGregor. The McGregors made incredibly personal sacrifices in order to create a treatment center that was vastly different from the models being used at the time. As the 25th year of operation unfolds, New Haven RTC is still doing this important work with a focus on helping girls in partnership with their families to become post-traumatic growth experts.
Over the past 25 years, this model has grown across two campuses and six different homes with 16 girls in each home. As the program has physically grown and adapted to the needs of current female clients and families, the core principle of family healing, with a relational approach to helping students change has remained true and intact. New Haven’s CEO John Stewart says “The legacy that the McGregors started twenty five years ago has evolved into a program committed to each family healing through experiences together. No other program is creating meaningful connections with families through family weekends and yearly camping trips as a program to Moab and Green River. Throughout the years New Haven has become a leader in a College Prep Academic model and continues to focus on the importance of experiential clinical work in individual, group and family therapy.”
About New Haven
New Haven continues to be a leader in female treatment and in providing specialized services to over 2000 female clients and their families in the past 25 years! The research initiatives done throughout the years illustrate the effectiveness of a relational based approach and continue to be apart of weekly interventions used on current students. New Haven looks forward to celebrating 25 years with students, families, alumni, past and current employees and friends.