Red Hawk Academy for Girls
3767 Scenic Blvd, Littlefield, AZ 86432
Girls Only, High School, Junior High School, Licensed
Red Hawk Academy for Girls is a residential treatment center and boarding school in Northern Arizona, designed for girls, age 13-17, who are experiencing future-impacting relational or emotional difficulties brought on by trauma.
Red Hawk offers intense treatment from expert counselors, leading to quicker recovery than typical therapeutic boarding schools — students can complete the program in 6-8 months. Red Hawk limits care to 24 girls allowing more attention to be given to each girl by therapists and trained staff. An individualized therapeutic plan and focused care help residents move to a better place mentally and emotionally in a much shorter period of time, alleviating the difficulties they are currently experiencing in their lives. The Red Hawk program helps each girl find positive new ways to manage life’s obstacles and traumas that have strained their well-being and relationships in the past.
WEB: https://www.redhawkrtc.com PHONE: (435) 236-5423
Red Hawk Academy Provides Expert Therapy for:
- Adoption-Related Issues (Reactive Attachment Disorders)
- Depression, Anxiety or Lack of Motivation
- Histrionic Personality Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- After-Effects of Physical/Emotional Abuse or Abandonment
- Substance Abuse and Addiction
- Inappropriate Behavior or Anger/Aggressiveness
- Eating or Sleep Disorders
- Cutting, Self-Harm or Risky Behaviors
- And other personality or psychological disorders
RED HAWK’S ACADEMIC PLAN FOR GIRLS WHILE IN THEIR CARE
Red Hawk has an on-campus school that can pick up the girl’s academic status and transfer credits back to the girl’s local school. We believe that academic work must continue, even when intense therapy is underway. We have many educational options to help students learn in ways that best fit their needs and their learning styles.
All students of Red Hawk have the privilege of an extra month of academic access (online) to continue their studies wherever they go from here, whether back home or to another residential program. Options are also available to continue a girl’s schooling online at home and graduate with a high school diploma. Red Hawk helps maintain continuity through your daughter’s educational needs once graduating from the program and returning home.
MAIN THERAPEUTIC TOOLS WE EMPLOY
• Individual, Family and Group Therapy
• Equine-Assisted Therapy
For Equine Psychotherapy, Red Hawk utilizes the Eagala Model, a distinct experience-based framework designed to empower young women to analyze their situations, make connections, and find their own solutions through personal and physical experiences. The horses and trainers are on-campus.
Each week, Red Hawk students experience numerous recreational activities. Adventures include horseback riding, hiking, swimming, kayaking, skiing, sledding, and service projects. Students regularly attend local cultural events and activities. Therapists attend weekly recreational activities to ensure therapy doesn’t stop at the office door.
Youth are able to learn integral skills in each part of their stay at Red Hawk Behavioral Health. All of the recreation activities in the program are hand-picked specifically to teach skills to help with independence, life skills, teamwork, and problem-solving. Activities are planned and executed to complement the therapeutic objectives the girls are working on in their program. If your girl needs help, please contact us here at the Red Hawk Behavioral Health Center. Our program is quicker because we offer more intense and condensed therapy. We work with most insurance carriers.
Executive Director Sonny Faaootoa, of Polynesian descent, began his career working with at-risk teens 22 years ago. He has worked closely with youth as the program director/administrator for multiple state & private treatment programs. Sonny is excellent in cultivating relationships with young people. He and his therapeutic team are passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of teens and their families.
“We believe each YOUNG person is a unique individual. We respect the contributions they have made and will make in our lives and to our communities. We are sensitive to their social, emotional, intellectual, and physical needs. We believe strongly in providing a physical environment that is safe, clean, healthy, and oriented to the highest quality of life.”
–Sonny Faaootoa, Executive Director