Cinnamon Hills specializes in treating youth who demonstrate: Emotional Disturbance, Specific Learning Disability, Speech or Language Impairment, and Other Health Impairments. Cinnamon Hills is accredited through Northwest Accreditation Commission to teach grades 6-12.
Cinnamon Hills educational focus is based on each students IEP and addresses three components:
Cinnamon Hills mission is to establish an educational and therapeutic community which emphasizes the dignity and importance of each individual, impacts positively upon student attitudes towards learning, promotes value of individual accountability for choices and consequences, improves academic, social and life skills, influences students towards becoming persons of character, and promotes family reunification.
Supportive Services Offered
Cinnamon Hills offers a highly-structured environment with a proven record of success for students with special needs. For the highest level of safety possible, students remain under 100% eyeball supervision 24 hours a day. On-site therapeutic intervention and psychological services with a personal therapist are provided daily. The Program Psychiatrist holds regular meetings to address each student’s specific psychiatric and medication management needs specific to that student. Medical treatment is provided by the Program Pediatrician and his team of Registered Nurses ensuring the highest standard of care for each program resident.
Cinnamon Hills offers smaller class sizes where teachers can individually address each students unique academic needs and maintains a full time reading specialist to work one on one with students who are reading at below average grade level and a speech and language specialist is available for students who have impaired speech or communication skills. Students special needs are individually addressed to maximize their success academically and therapeutically.
The inherit value and importance of each individual under our care, along with their individualized special needs are emphasized at every level of program operation.
Cinnamon Hills Youth Crisis Center
770 E. St. George Blvd.
St. George, UT 84770
(435) 674-0984 | Fax: (435) 674-0114
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: Closed.