Safety & Success
At Copper Canyon, we realize that the safety and success of your child are of primary concern and we take these responsibilities very seriously. Our parent company, Aspen Education Group, has been providing the highest quality care for youth and families for over two decades. Aspen programs have earned outstanding reputations and are solidly committed to evidence-based treatment that will produce positive results.
In addition to implementing Aspen’s proprietary best practices, we abide by a strict set of safety protocols to enhance the care that your child will receive. In addition, you can feel confident that all Aspen programs are appropriately licensed or regulated by state or local agencies and adhere to established standards of care.
We know that the decision to send your child away can be one of the most difficult choices a parent will ever have to make. We understand your feelings of worry, loss of control and uncertainty for the future. Our highly qualified program staff have been trained how to help you through this difficult time. We hope to be of assistance and support to you throughout the therapeutic process. But don’t just take our word for it; read or listen to what other parents have to say about Copper Canyon. Or, if you prefer, contact some of them yourself.
After all, we share the common goal of wanting your child to succeed at Copper Canyon, for the sake of your family, your child’s future, and so that you too can become one of our many success stories.
I would like to express my support for Aspen Education Group and the programs that they provide for troubled and addicted youth. As a parent of a teen that participated in and graduated from Copper Canyon Academy, an Aspen Education program, I greatly appreciated their status as a licensed residential program. As a licensed counselor in the state of Arizona, I appreciated that Copper Canyon was accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement. The oversight that accreditation requires gave me a great deal of assurance that Copper Canyon would provide a quality program for my daughter.
Therapeutic Boarding Schools Promote Genuine Change in Struggling Teens
By Meghan Vivo
Most people play a number of roles in their daily lives – boss/employee, brother/sister, house cleaner, cook, student – but none requires more strategic decision-making, patience, and fortitude than being a parent, especially a parent of a teenager.
When teens are struggling with emotional or behavioral issues like defiance, depression, or drug abuse, deciding how and when to get help can make the job of parenting the most challenging anyone could face. Although help is available, it comes in a staggering number of forms, leaving even the most informed parents confused and overwhelmed.