The Aspen Institute is your child’s first step toward a safer and brighter future. Established in 2007, we are located on a 7-acre campus in Syracuse, Utah, 40 minutes north of Salt Lake City. Licensed and nationally accredited, Aspen Institute has a caring, trusted and highly-trained team that specializes in providing short-term stabilization and assessment services for struggling 13-17 year olds.
You will be contacted by a troubled teen specialist within 24 hours
This organization does not disclose, give, sell, or transfer any personal information about our visitors, unless specifically required for law enforcement or statute.
We offer an intervention for teenagers requiring diagnostic clarity, psychiatric stabilization, medication evaluation and management.
Our team includes 3 psychiatrists, a neuropsychologist, master’s level clinicians, and 24/7 registered nurses.
Our student profile is represented by the full continuum of mental health disorders.
Assessment involves clinical, psychiatric, medical, academic and neuro-psychological testing services.
Answers to frequently asked questions may provide insight and information you need.
Get information on our admissions process, including how to contact us and apply for our program.
"The Aspen Institute is a special place that provides a unique set of services for teens in crisis. We know that many young people are struggling with issues that resist quick diagnoses or simple treatment plans, and we understand the confusion and frustration that this can cause for the teens themselves and for their parents and other caregivers." Read more
Our motto at Aspen Institute is “Putting the Pieces Together for a Healthier Tomorrow.” Through our integrated treatment approach, we strive to assist students and families in developing greater awareness and understanding of the factors impacting their daily functioning and overall well-being. Read more
“I am writing to thank you for all you have done for my son and for our entire family. The only difficulty is finding the words to fully express my gratitude. Your unfailing devotion, your compassion and your understanding in the face of this very emotional situation were life-saving. That is how I describe what you do – you save people –for that there is no ample thanks.”