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InnerChange is a family of long term residential treatment programs united by a shared commitment to quality care, collaboration, and innovation. Our CORE model is committed to systemic, outcome-based, experiential and relational care, providing common language and structure to the way we care for our students and clients. We want every young person and their family to find success after residential treatment, so that they never need intensive therapy again. Your families will find comfort and success with our InnerChange programs.

Currently our family consists of six programs: Chrysalis School Montana, Lake House Academy, Fushear Treatment to Transition, New Haven, Oakley School and Sunrise Residential Treatment Center.We intend to open our arms and welcome new programs to our One Family. As One Family, we share our best practices, offer help to those who are struggling and push each other to be the best we can be. See our residential therapy veteran team, and how they are leading the way

Our Family of Programs:

New Haven, Spanish Fork and Saratoga Springs, UT: New Haven provides residential
treatment for adolescent girls ages 12 to 18. They specialize in helping girls with severe
anxiety and depression, budding personality disorders, post-traumatic stress, addiction,
low self esteem, OCD, bereavement, learning disabilities and eating disorders. New Haven
is dedicated to healing the entire family, through weekly family therapy and intensive,
individualized family weekends.

Oakley, Oakley, UT: The Oakley School is a coed therapeutic boarding school for high-school
aged students located minutes from Park City, Utah. Students discover new strengths and
passions through their four learning modules : adventure-based learning experiences ,
academics, student life and therapy. Oakley school challenges students to truly become
citizens of a global community.

Sunrise, Hurricane, UT: Sunrise is a residential treatment for girls ages 12 to 18 that is
customized to meet each girl’s unique needs. Sunrise works to uncover the academic,
social and emotional potential of girls who have been held back by emotional or behavioral
struggles. Sunrise incorporates Relational DBT into every aspect of the program, and ensures
therapists and staff are trained to help girls practice these skills. They combine the warmth
of a home, the safety and clinical expertise of a residential treatment program, and the
community access of a transition program.

Chrysalis, Eureka, MT: Chrysalis is a small therapeutic boarding school for adolescent girls
ages 13 to 18. Chrysalis uses a combination of therapy, individualized academics, family style
living and adventure based activities to help girls who have struggled academically, socially
and at home. Each Chrysalis student participates in an international service trip to better
appreciate diversity wile positively affecting the lives of others, and ultimately, changing her
own life forever.

Fulshear, Houston, TX: Fulshear is a treatment to transition program for women 18-24.
Fulshear guides young women through healing and transitioning until they have achieved
healthy independence. Women start at the peaceful ranch to begin their journey, and then
transition to apartment living while working on academics, internships, or on their careers.

Lake House Academy, Asheville, NC: Lake House Academy is a year round therapeutic
boarding school for young girls ages 10—14. They provide an environment where young girls
can reconnect with their families, establish and maintain academic success, and gain the skills
needed to thrive as healthy young women.



What unites us? Though we may be diverse in terms of who we serve, and our tools of service are unique to our Programs, we are united by a common manner of serving. Together we rally around four key CORE concepts.


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