Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
65 North 1150 West, Hurricane, Utah, 84737
At Sunrise, we know that every girl is different. Because your daughter possesses a unique constellation of experiences, talents, relationships, and struggles, Sunrise offers a teen residential treatment program that is customized to meet her special needs. Sunrise works to uncover the academic, social, and emotional potential of girls who have been held back by emotional or behavioral struggles. Our staff knows that in school and treatment one size does not fit all, so we meet your daughter right where she is and design a program that changes with her as she grows confident, secure, and healthy during treatment.
- Skills for Life
- Weekly individual therapy sessions
- Weekly family therapy sessions
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)DBT helps with the problematic actions sometimes used to deal with extreme emotional intensity. DBT emphasizes taking responsibility for one's problems and helps the person examine how they deal with conflict and negative feelings.
SMART RecoverySunrise's recovery philosophy entails viewing and addressing the struggles of chemical abuse and dependency from multiple perspectives and approaches. We believe each girl is an individual in her treatment and SMART recovery encourages individualization of substance abuse treatment. We have found that teenagers respond well to the cognitive-behavioral approaches associated in SMART recovery intervention.
- Average Location/Amenities
Meet the Staff
- Dave Prior, LMFT Executive Director"I love working at Sunrise because of the great people I get to work with and the progress I see in the girls that come here. We have such rich opportunities to interact with families in need and see them make life-changing decisions."
- Brad Simpson, LCSW Clinical Director"I love working at Sunrise because of the relational work environment and way in which the needs of individuals are met. Sunrise provides girls the opportunity to safely learn from their mistakes and find lasting change."