In August 2013, president and CEO, Gary Larcenaire, opened Highland Springs to diversify the Valley Behavioral Health Organization. A mental health professional with over two decades of experience, holding a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Public Administration from Angelo State University, Gary saw an opportunity to provide health services to another client base that had not been reached.
As a state-of-the-art behavioral health service, Highland Springs filled a void in the behavioral health industry to provide therapy for non-Medicaid clients. Highland Springs provides multi-specialty, outpatient services for a variety of conditions, including depression, anxiety, trauma, and addiction recovery.
The goal of our organization, along with Gary Larcenaire’s original vision, is to significantly improve the lives of the families and individuals we serve across the lifespan and help them find happiness again. Highland Springs became a well-recognized organization within Utah’s community through its exceptional efforts in improving the lives of people suffering from depression and anxiety.
While this is still a primary focus of Highland Springs, we realized the need for trauma and addiction recovery within Utah has grown. In addition to depression and anxiety treatment, Highland Springs opened its doors to treating those suffering from various addictions and post-traumatic stress disorders.
Highland Springs is operated by experienced professionals in the mental health field. All services are provided by Licensed Mental Health Therapists with a wide variety of specialties. With a team of licensed mental health professionals that specialize in multiple facets of behavioral health, we are able to provide well-rounded treatment to people of all age groups and backgrounds.
The mission of our staff is to provide hope, help, and healing from the moment a person walks into our door through the completion of treatment. With this goal in mind, Highland Springs has provided services to 9,500 clients over the last three years. From individual to group therapy sessions, our team is experienced, knowledgeable, and available to help improve the lives of our clients.
Highland Springs has four behavioral health treatment centers across the Intermountain West. We strive to be accessible and convenient for our patients all across the state.