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RESIDENTIAL LIFE ON THE RANCH
What’s it like to live at Discovery Ranch for Girls? Parents want to make sure their daughters have a clean, safe, and inviting place to live. Our 60+ acre campus meets all those criteria.
A VACATION HOME TURNED THERAPEUTIC HAVEN
Our Cedar City campus began as a private vacation home for an American industrialist. The main lodge has been converted to office space. Three private homes are now student dorms that comfortably house girls. Each house features a living area, small kitchen, bedrooms, and baths.
Our lodge features a commercial kitchen and dining area, game room, theater room, and indoor pool and sauna.
Our school is housed in a waterfront building that boasts beautiful views of the mountains to the east and water area to the northwest.
The campus also includes stables, a riding arena, a man-made pond stocked with native fish, putting green, and waterfall.
RESIDENTIAL LIVING CAN INSPIRE POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS
While our facility itself is breathtaking, Discovery Ranch for Girls is “more than just a pretty face.” Each area plays a specific role in the therapy process.
Residential living is a critical part of our experiential, action-oriented therapy approach. Mentors and supervisors bring a love of teens, along with a wealth of experience, to the task of creating a home away from home for girls at Discovery Ranch.
Therapists and residential staff work together to create an environment where girls feel safe, respected, and supported. Discovery Ranch has a four-to-one ratio of students to staff. Our emphasis is not on managing behaviors but on building positive relationships that inspire change.
Residential activities reinforce what students are learning clinically. They become an opportunity for girls to “walk the talk.”
“People come from all over the world because they don’t have these facilities.”
Take a tour of our campus or come for a personal visit! if you prefer, calling our admissions department at 855-667-9388.
“It was just a very good feeling leaving here and thinking I can see my child in this setting. I really could.”