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1338 East 600 South
New Harmony, Utah 84757

Financial & Insurance Details

  • Insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Financing

Services

  • Average Location/Amenities

Facility Highlights

Equine Therapy

Develop Courage

Medical, Psychiatric and Dental Care

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Tawny Davis, LCSW
Executive Director

Originally from Seattle, WA, Tawny completed her Bachelors degree at Brigham Young University and her Master's degree at University of Utah in Social Work. She has worked as a therapist, a Program Director and a Residential Director for a large treatment program. Tawny's interests and expertise include adolescent treatment, family work, groups, substance abuse recovery, equine therapy, and program management. She's excited to be working with the girls and families of Kolob Canyon.

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Heather Harris, LCSW
Clinical Director

Heather Harris earned her Bachelors degree in Social Work from Utah State University and her Masters degree in Clinical Social Work from Walla Walla University in Washington. She is a Utah Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She spent the past four years working with at-risk youth in residential treatment and providing aftercare services to families across the nation. Prior to coming to Kolob, Heather worked with individual couples and families in an outpatient setting and with adolescents in the juvenile justice system. She has a wide range of clinical experiences including working with trauma, mood disorders, attachment, oppositional defiance, family relationship issues, adolescent substance abusers, battered women, Clinical Director of children’s therapeutic programs, she worked with the Guardian Ad Litem pro bono services to children in the foster care system and sexually abused women.

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User Reviews

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My daughter was sent here for drugs, self mutilation, and suicidal behaviors. They treated her horribly, according to her claims..In her own words, she came out after two years in far worse shape than she went in. In my daughter \'so words, once again \"they didn\'t care about me . They were working for my dad, whatever that meant.\" I think the poor girl who posted here is on the right track. They need to be investigated.
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I am a previous girl from Kolob and i will say i had the worst time ever.I did not like the medication administered. Don\'t like how you feel on them, too bad you have to wait for the \"Doctor\" to come back in and talk to you. I understand \"safety and super safety\" (when you first come in to make sure you are not a run or suicide risk) but a lot of times girls would have to do early morning horse chores in the cold. There is no real dietary care for each girl individually, when i was there we were put on the dietary needs of the biggest girl that was there ( around 200 pounds) i gained a tremendous amount of weight to the point where i had to go on a diet when i get home cause i was considered obese. I was lied to by my on site therapist and i was made to take punishments for things i did not do. The girls there have no say in anything and will never be listened too. I am actively working to get Kolob looked into and investigated. I would highly recommend that you find alternative methods to helping your child.
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My children both attended Kolob Canyon. This was presented as a residential treatment facility with high academic teaching facilities. The teaching was completely nil. The equestrian facilities provided just one or two hours per week of therapy. And, worst of all, the staff appeared completely incompetent. ... Really, scary stuff. All for $6,500/month/child. I am sorry I subjected my children to this and it did not cure the ailment they were sent for, anorexia, self-mutilation.
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