National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs - Members of NATSAP

Members of NATSAP

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As of 2010, current and past members of NATSAP include:

  • Academy At Sisters
  • Academy at Swift River (Aspen Education Group)
  • Adirondack Leadership Expeditions (Aspen Education Group)
  • Alpine Academy
  • ANASAZI Foundation
  • Applewood Academy for Progressive Learning
  • Aspen Achievement Academy (Aspen Education Group; closed)
  • Aspen Institute for Behavioral Assessment (Aspen Education Group)
  • Aspen Ranch (Aspen Education Group; closed)
  • Aspiro
  • Auldern Academy
  • Benchmark Young Adult School
  • Birdseye Boys Ranch
  • Boulder Creek Academy
  • Bridges Academy
  • Bromley Brook School (Aspen Education Group; closed)
  • Building Bridges
  • CALO (Change Academy Lake of the Ozarks)
  • Caron Adolescent Residential Treatment Center
  • Catalyst Residential Treatment, LLC
  • Catherine Freer Wilderness Therapy Programs
  • Cedar Ridge Academy
  • Center for Change
  • Chaddock
  • Cherokee Creek Boys School
  • Cherry Gulch
  • Chrysalis
  • Clearview Horizon, Inc.
  • Copper Canyon Academy (Aspen Education Group)
  • Copper Hills Youth Center
  • Coral Reef Academy
  • Cottonwood de Tucson
  • Cumberland Heights/River Road Academy
  • Daybreak Canyon
  • Decision Point Center
  • Diamond Ranch Academy - Crystal Springs/Whisper Creek
  • Diamond Ranch Academy - Stone Ridge/Lava Falls
  • Discovery Academy
  • Discovery Ranch
  • The Discovery Schools of Virginia
  • Dragonfly Transitions and Adventures
  • Eagle Summit
  • Eagleton School, Inc.
  • Eastwood Center
  • Echo Springs Transition Study Center
  • Eckerd Academy at Brooksville
  • Eckerd Academy at Deer Lodge
  • Eckerd Academy at Blue Ridge
  • √Član School (closed)
  • Elk Mountain Academy
  • Estrella Vista Ranch
  • Evangel Ranch Christian Academy
  • Explorations
  • F. L. Chamberlain School
  • Falcon Ridge Ranch Academy
  • Family Foundation School
  • Family Life Center
  • Florence Crittenton's Center for Pregnant and Parenting Teens
  • Four Circles Recovery Center (Aspen Education Group)
  • Gatehouse Academy
  • Gray Wolf Ranch
  • Graydon Manor
  • Greenbrier Academy for Girls
  • Grove School
  • Heart Mountain New Beginnings
  • Heritage Schools
  • The High Frontier
  • Hunter School
  • In Balance Ranch Academy
  • Innercept
  • Intermountain
  • Ironwood
  • Island View RTC (Aspen Education Group)
  • John Dewey Academy (no longer a member)
  • The Journey, LLC (The Journey at Mount Pleasant)
  • Kailana
  • King George School (closed; no longer a member)
  • Kolob Canyon
  • Kootenai Behavioral Health Center
  • La Amistad
  • La Europa Academy
  • Lakeview School at Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center
  • Life Designs Ranch
  • Little Keswick School
  • Living Well Transitions
  • Logan River Academy
  • Maple Lake Academy
  • Menninger Clinic
  • Meridell Achievement Center
  • Mission Mountain School (closed; no longer a member)
  • Montana Academy
  • Montcalm School for Boys
  • Montcalm School for Girls
  • Mount Bachelor Academy (Aspen Education Group; closed; no longer a member)
  • Mount Carmel Youth Ranch
  • Mountain Homes Youth Ranch
  • New Haven
  • New Leaf Academy (Aspen Education Group; closed; no longer a member)
  • New Lifestyles
  • Newport Academy
  • New Summit Academy of Costa Rica
  • NorthStar Center (Aspen Education Group; closed)
  • Northwest Academy
  • Oakley School (Aspen Education Group)
  • Odyssey Wilderness Programs
  • Open Sky Wilderness Therapy
  • Optimum Performance Institute
  • Outback Therapeutic Expeditions (Aspen Education Group)
  • Oxbow Academy
  • Paint Rock Valley
  • Pasadena Villa
  • Passages to Recovery
  • Penikese Island School
  • Penrith Farms
  • Phoenix Outdoor
  • Pine River Institute
  • The Pinacle Schools/Elk River
  • Ponca Pines Academy
  • Provo Canyon School
  • Red Rock Canyon School
  • RedCliff Ascent
  • Remuda Ranch Programs for Eating Disorders
  • Ridge Creek
  • Rimrock Trails
  • Rogers Memorial Hospital - Child and Adolescent Center
  • Santiam Crossing School
  • Schrom Boy's Home at Hawks Landing
  • SeaChange Hawai'i
  • Second Nature Blue Ridge
  • Second Nature Cascades
  • Second Nature Entrada
  • Second Nature Uintas
  • Solstice RTC
  • Sorenson's Ranch School
  • South Shore Academy
  • Spectrum College Transition Program
  • Spruce Mountain Inn
  • Stone Mountain School (Aspen Education Group)
  • Summit Achievement
  • Summit Lodge Recovery Center
  • Summit Preparatory School
  • SunHawk Academy (Aspen Education Group; closed)
  • Sunrise RTC
  • SUWS Adolescent and Youth Programs (Aspen Education Group)
  • SUWS of the Carolinas (Aspen Education Group)
  • Tamarack Center
  • Telos Residential Treatment, LLC
  • Trails Carolina
  • Trinity Teen Solutions
  • True North Wilderness Program
  • Trump Youth Services, LLC
  • Turn-About Ranch (Aspen Education Group)
  • Turnabout/Stillwater Academy
  • Turning Winds Academic Institute
  • Uinta Academy
  • Valley View School
  • The Village
  • Visions Adolescent Treatment Centers
  • Vista, RTC
  • Waterfall Canyon Academy
  • Wediko NH School and Treatment Program
  • Wellspring Academy
  • Wendigo Lake Expeditions
  • Wilderness Treatment Center
  • WinGate Wilderness Therapy
  • Woodland Spring Lodge
  • Youth Care

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