"Like Your Child..  Unique, One of a Kind."

Our purpose and our motto is "Healing Families, One Youth at a Time.."
If you would like more information or if you have questions please call us at:   1-877-372-5250
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Diamond Ranch Academy is a premier Youth Residential Treatment Center for struggling teens ages 12-18.

DRA has separate, individually licensed programs divided by age and gender - located on 60 acres in Utah's beautiful color country.

Different by Design

Students experience a normal, safe, structured High School experience without the negatives of public school - without the stigma of troubled teen programs.

Students become their best selves. They are built up rather than broken down. When they leave, they exude confidence.



Recommended by DR. Drew

Diamond Ranch Academy

"I don't make this recommendation casually;
this is from years of experience in dealing
with people with behavioral problems.."
General Information
• Founded:  1999
• Located:  Hurricane, Utah
• Enrollment:  Year Round
• Program Duration:  8-12 Months
• Academic Accreditation: NWAC
• Clinical Licensure:  Residential Treatment Center, State of Utah Department of Human Services

Students Admitted

•  Male (12-18)
•  Female (12-18)
•  Grades:  6-12
•  International: Yes

   Quick Links

Troubled Teen Residential Treatment Center in Utah

DRA is Located in
Hurricane, Utah

Diamond Ranch Academy Videos - Click on any video thumbnail below to play..                  

Diamond Ranch Academy Tour
Parent Interview Video
Our Unique Academic Program.
Fine Arts Program 
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Drama at DRA
"Being the best you"
Building Character
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Different By Design 
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“No one will ever love your child as much as you do;
however, these people come a close second.  You can trust
them with your most valuable treasure
- that child who has lost his/her way for the moment.”

- Dr. Taylor Hartman, Psychotherapist and Best Selling Author


We help youth ages 12-18 struggling with a myriad of emotional and behavioral issues including:
substance abuse, depression, ADHD, impulse control, peer pressure, anger management, oppositional defiance,
self-esteem, grief/loss issues, family relationships, communication, and academic struggles.

Student 411 News!

Produced biweekly by DRA's Student Media Club!

Associated with the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs, Utah State office of Education, IECA, EAGALA, National Association of Accredited Schools, and College Board