The Juniper Canyon Way of Being
The Juniper Canyon core philosophy is based on a way of conducting one's life we call a "Way of Being". At the center of this way of being is having a "Heart at Peace," which means seeing people as people and not objects. Rounding out our way of being are "Honorable Adulthood, Recovery, Self-awareness, and Healthy Relationships." Members of the Juniper Canyon treatment team embrace this way of being in their personal lives and teach and model it for our clients.
All of the owners of Legacy and Juniper Canyon are involved in daily operations. All management decisions are made by the people who work at the programs. We are guided by our commitment to providing the best care to our clients and supporting the personal growth and job satisfaction of the members of our team. Legacy attracts employees who embrace our vision.
Our mission is "To provide the most effective treatment by creating the most engaged team of professionals in the field." Our culture is characterized by the core values of integrity, compassion, personal growth, and having a “Heart at Peace.” Legacy’s small size allows a high degree of individualization, responsiveness to client and family needs and personal oversight of quality of care and safety.
From our inception we have been guided by the belief that effective research can improve outcomes and inform performance improvement. We collect data on our clients weekly to monitor progress and for a year after discharge to gauge long-term effectiveness. We collect data to improve risk management. We contribute outcome data to the OBH Center and NATSAP data bases to be used in conducting research on treatment effectiveness and other topics by professional researchers in the field.
Juniper Canyon's guiding principles include seeing recovery as a way of being, taking a strength-based approach to treatment, fostering individual agency, modeling honorable adulthood, and acknowledging the importance of the family. These principles guide our approach to therapy and all programming and management decisions at Juniper Canyon.
We treat addiction as a disease that impacts the brain's ability to accurately weigh risk and reward and make good decisions. Many of our clients may not be fully addicted, but are exhibiting addictive behaviors and are on track to become addicts. Affective treatment can reverse that process and set in motion a healthy fulfilling life in recovery.