Sundance Canyon Academy Announces Scholarship Opportunities for Spring 2022
Herriman, UT. – Sundance Canyon Academy in cooperation with Sundance Canyon Foundation announces scholarship and donation opportunities for students who need Intervention for mental and behavioral health issues. “We recognize the continuous need for therapeutic and educational assistance for struggling youth, especially after the COVID epidemic. So many kids across the country are failing at home and at school. Anxiety, depression, and suicidal ideation are significant issues for them. And, most parents who contact us feel helpless and do not know what to do to help their child,” said Simon Timms, Clinical Director of Sundance Canyon Academy.
Sundance Canyon Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides tuition assistance through scholarships and donations from invested individuals, businesses, organizations, family trusts, and program alumni. The mission of the foundation is to build partner alliances, mentors, and maintain fiscal responsibility to donors and recipients.
“The foundation has been instrumental in providing adoption assistance to counties in California who have kids in need of therapeutic services,” said Boyd Hooper, co-founder of Sundance Canyon Academy. “We are looking to expand the foundation’s reach for scholarships and donations from those businesses and individuals who understand the real need to invest in our youth. We want to change the stigma of mental health, especially for our youth who have their whole lives ahead of them. In the right environment, with the appropriate services, and invested advocates and families behind them, our kids do exceptionally well and change their lives,” Hooper concluded.
About Sundance Canyon Academy
Sundance Canyon Academy is a licensed and accredited residential treatment center, founded in 2007. The mission of the academy is to help families in crisis with defiant or struggling teens. The academy provides accredited and professional educational, therapeutic, and life-skill services to young men and their families.
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