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Heritage Youth Services

Spanish Fork, UT

Heritage Youth Services Opens New Facility

C. Lynn Loftin
Administrative Director

Our Mission

The mission of the Timpview RTC is to provide an individualized treatment program for youth needing the personal growth required to be contributing members of their families and communities. Through the efforts of the youth, their families, and dedicated treatment professionals, each youth will find productive ways to overcome life’s challenges.


The Timpview RTC is a small intimate residential treatment program, providing care and treatment for male youth ages 13 through 17. The program is licensed and monitored by the State of Utah Department of Human Services. The program is specially designed to help youth manage problematic behavior associated with oppositional behavior, attention deficit, relationship problems, poor school performance, teenage substance abuse, poor boundaries and unhealthy sexual behaviors. All our professional staff have years of experience working with adolescents and meet Utah’s requirements for licensure. By holding youth accountable for their behavior and by emphasizing the value of healthy living, the program offers youth the opportunity to develop a new perspective on life and successfully transition back to their families and communities.

Treatment Focus

Commitment to Healing
Relapse Prevention Planning
Social and Emotional Growth
Support Cultivation
Positive Peer Culture

Therapy Components

Individual Therapy
Group Therapy
Family Therapy
Parent Education Curriculum
Psychological Evaluation
Specialized CD/SA Treatment

Character Development

Healthy Self-Expression
Overcoming Limitations
Healthy Life Choices
Caring for Others

Skills Training

Anger Management
Grief Resolution
Communication Skills
Understanding/Expressing Feelings
Building Self-esteem
Stress Management
Basic Living Skills
Social and Personal Responsibility


The Timpview RTC School is fully accredited by the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools. The students benefit from individualized educational plans and small class size. The focus of the school challenges the students to work at the highest ability to achieve academic success.

Admission Criteria

Male 13 to 17-Years-Old
IQ of 80 or Above
Adequate Functional Ability
Display of Potential to Benefit From Therapeutic Residential Placement

Exclusionary Criteria

Wanting To Harm Self Or Others
Adjudicated Sexual Offenders
Serious Mental Illness
High Risk To Run Away

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