Potential Clients

Legacy Outdoor Adventures works with young men ages 18-40 who are struggling with challenges related to substance abuse, addiction and addictive behaviors, low self-image, lack of purpose, fear of failure, lack of motivation, involvement in unhealthy relationships and emotional issues such as poor judgment, ineffective impulse control, and failure to take personal responsibility.

Residential and Outdoor Treatment

Legacy Treatment Center programs are unique blend of licensed residential treatment (RTC) and accredited Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare (OBH).  We integrate into our residential treatment center experience the healing influence of time outdoors and the effectiveness of adventure therapy to guide clients on a journey of healing, self-discovery and personal growth.  Legacy Outdoor Adventures (for men) and Juniper Canyon Recovery Center for Women are accredited by the Joint Commission and  as Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare programs, and licensed by the state of Utah to provide residential treatment to adult men and women struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues.

Location of Healing

Located in an outdoor environment near five national parks, Legacy Treatment Center has access to thousands of square miles of pristine wilderness.  Here we embark on adventures designed to challenge, heal and inspire.  Clients are guided and supported on safe, fun and meaningful adventures by trained and experienced guides.  Adventures include hikes through slot canyons, repelling, mountain biking, top-rope climbing, fishing and summiting peaks.

Spending time in nature is a healing experience.  Looking across a slick rock cannon, being surrounded by a beautiful forest, sitting on the shore of an alpine lake, or being immersed in natural beauty completely separated from the busy outside world fosters deep therapeutic work.  

Transiton to Adulthood

Legacy Outdoor Adventures specializes in guiding young men through the often difficult transition to manhood.  Each young man goes through a structured process to identify the kind of adult he wants to be and is then given the tools to become that person. Each young man learns that there are parts of the child within him that he must let go of and new responsibilities he must embrace to become a man.  During his wilderness adventure, he has the opportunity to take on many of the responsibilities of manhood in a small structured community.  The result is a clearer vision of manhood and the self-confidence, tools and motivation to make the transition to responsible adulthood and strive toward personal fulfillment.