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Each facility or provider offers a different option or approach to the therapeutic process. One thing should be consistent, each should provide an environment where youth can feel safe, supported, and cared for. Below includes a quick list of license types and definitions for the State of Utah.

For the full list of license types and definitions please visit the Utah Department of Human Services website by clicking HERE.

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Day Treatment

Day Treatment

Day treatment is a partial hospitalization program for those individuals with mental, emotional, and/or addictive disorders who do not require 24-hour inpatient care.

 

Per Utah Administrative Code R501-21-4-(3), programs offering not more than 19 hours of treatment services per client per week are governed by an Outpatient Treatment license.

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Outdoor Youth Program

Outdoor Youth Program

Outdoor Youth Programs introduce young people to outdoor education. through a mix of experiential learning, exploration, and physically or. psychologically challenging tasks.

Utah Administrative Code R501-8-3: “Outdoor Youth Program” means a 24-hour intermediate outdoor group living environment with regular formal therapy including group, individual, and the inclusion of supportive family therapy.

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Residential Support Program

Residential Support Program

A residential treatment center is traditionally a live-in health care facility providing therapy for substance use disorders, mental illness, or other behavioral challenges.

Utah Code 62A-2-101(38): “Residential support program” (a) means a program that arranges for or provides the necessities of life as a protective service to individuals or families who have a disability or who are experiencing a dislocation or emergency that prevents them from providing these services for themselves or their families.

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Therapeutic Schools

Therapeutic Schools

Therapeutic schools provide an environment where youth can feel safe, supported, and cared for. This type of therapy provides students with an environment that promotes healing and stability, while still being able to maintain academic goals.

 

Utah Code 62A-2-101(45): “Therapeutic school” means a residential group living facility:

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For the full list of license types and definitions please visit the Utah Department of Human Services website by clicking HERE.

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