Director of Admissions
Becky Brown
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
1223 South 620 West
Orem, UT
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The Arise Society is a highly individualized, therapeutically immersive, transitional program for young adults. We use a relationship based model to positively influence and motivate students to develop social, emotional, and organizational skills in order to achieve interdependence and scholastic success. Most Arise students are enrolled at Utah Valley University. Our free choice model strives to replicate a normal college experience in order to organically assess and address each student's unique challenges. Students live in apartments with one roommate in an apartment complex that is located directly across the street from Utah Valley University. Students participate in weekly individual therapy as well as, weekly group therapy. We partner with Cedar Psychiatry to conduct bi-weekly psychiatry services on site. A wide range of social activities are offered on a daily basis, with robust individual mentor support. Mentors develop a collaborative relationship with students and their support system. The Arise Society not only connects mentors with students in one-on-one relationships, but also establishes a culture and community where students can meet others with similar interests and goals. Students describe Arise as a "therapeutic fraternity" where they can get the support they need and want, without the stigma of feeling like they are in a program.

General Information

Private Company - Owners On-Site
Leased By Program
Flexible lease durations years
Mountain Run Apartments

Learning Disabilites / Spectrum

No
18 - 30
Yes
12 Months
18
Suburban
Apartment Living: Support staff on call

Program

Executive Functioning or Social or Life Skills
Failure to launch
Supportive College Environment
85
College Support (mentoring)
No
0 Hours
No
Typical Vacations (holidays, summer, etc)
Yes
Unstructured Communication
Private Pay
Apartment Living: Support staff on call
Provided as Part of Program
Yes

Technology

Students have Laptops and unlimited Internet Access
Internet may be limited on a case by case basis
All students have phones

Staff

1:4
Yes
Yes

Accreditation

State License
Outpatient Therapy Program
N/A

Nuts & Bolts

Call for more information
Call for more information
No
Salt Lake City [SLC]
1 Hours
No
No
0 Months
12 Months
Infectious Disease
Major Injury | Death
1 Hours
18

Transitional Living / Community Based Support

No
18 - 30

Program

Executive Functioning or Social or Life Skills
Failure to launch
Supportive College Environment
Yes
3 Hours
No
Whenever, Regular College Environment
No
Urban
Unstructured Communication
Private Pay
Apartment Living: Support staff on call

Therapy

Provided as Part of Program
Yes
Offsite

Technology

Students have Laptops and unlimited Internet Access
Internet may be limited based on individual needs
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All students have cell phones

Education

University, Community College, Vocational or Technical Programs, GED programs
Utah Valley University
UVU.edu

Staff

1:4
Yes
Yes

Accreditation

State License
Licensed as an Outpatient Therapy Program by the Utah DHS
Utah Valley University

Nuts & Bolts

Call for more information
Call for more information
No
Salt Lake City [SLC]
1 Hours
No
No
0 Months
12 Months
Private / Self Pay
Breakout Billing For Insurance
Call For More Information
Infectious Disease
Major Injury | Death
All Critical Incidents as outlined by DHS
With adult clientele, very situational.
Mission Statement
At The Arise Society, we set young adults up for independence and academic success, while simultaneously interrupting maladaptive patterns that have created emotional barriers in their lives and impeded their scholastic and social development. We achieve this by fostering authentic and meaningful friendships between students and mentors that spark motivation, transformation, and self-exploration. We live, work, and play alongside our students, sharing real-life opportunities for interpersonal, emotional, and academic growth. Through the power of connection and community, our young adults experience a profound shift in confidence and self-worth as they build healthy and sustainable habits around school and relationships.