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Aspiro Group, Inc.
63 East 11400 South #186
Sandy, UT 84070

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Most frequent questions and answers

While Aspiro is not contracted with any insurance company, we are able to provide you with a superbill that you can use to petition your insurance company for reimbursement. Whether an insurance company will reimburse families for any costs depends upon your individual insurance company and plan. Because insurance reimbursement is never guaranteed, families should be prepared to cover most, if not all, of the cost out of pocket.

Aspiro takes into account the financial burden that privately funded mental health care can place on a family. Aspiro works with partial scholarship sponsors including Sky’s The Limit Fund and the Parker Bounds Johnson Foundation that can assist qualified families. If you’d like more information on how Aspiro works with families to meet the financial obligations for the program, please contact an admissions counselor at (801) 349-2740 and they will work to assess your individual needs.

The average length of stay at Aspiro is 8 -12 weeks. Since the Aspiro program is truly individualized the length of stay is determined by your child’s and family’s progress in coordination with your therapist. 

Our wilderness program has single-gender groups for teens 13-17 years old and coed groups for young adults 18-28 years old. This design allows us to better individualize each student’s therapeutic experience.

Meet the Team Answering Your Call

  • Leah Shingler
    Leah Shingler
    Admissions Director
  • Ally Jackson
    Ally Jackson
    Admissions Counselor

What Our Clients Say

"Aspiro gets 10 stars! The decision to send a child to a wilderness program is not an easy one. Everyone we dealt with at Aspiro was supportive and communicative throughout our time. We soon realized that the Aspiro program is a team effort. We were able to watch the process of self-awareness and ownership on our child’s part unfold. Our child has learned to take responsibility for herself and her actions, to communicate and be vulnerable with us, her peers, and her therapist. She is independent and self-reliant in a way we never would have thought possible. She went in a shutdown, broken soul, and came out glowing, smiling, and physically healthy."
Dobee S.
Aspiro Parent, California
Sending our son to Aspiro was one of the most difficult decisions we have had to make as parents. That being said, from admissions to discharge, the staff was knowledgeable, available, and supportive. In addition, our son's therapist was amazing both at developing a rapport quickly with our son and guiding us through this challenging time.
Margie L.
Aspiro Parent
"It has been almost 3 years since my daughter completed her time in the Aspiro wilderness program. It was an intervention that brought my daughter back and set the stage for a successful transition to a therapeutic boarding school where she has thrived as a result. Both she and I attribute her level of success to the incredible ability of her therapist to match the most appropriate therapeutic intervention to the child and at the right moment. I am forever grateful!"
Cecilia S.
Aspiro Parent, Massachusetts


Leah Shingler
Admissions Director

Leah is a graduate of Sterling College, where her passion for outdoor education and wilderness therapy truly began. She joins the Aspiro team with over 20 years of experience in the field of Wilderness Therapy where she has worked in various capacities, ranging from Field Guide to Director of Admissions and Outreach. Leah brings with her a genuine passion for assisting families and referring professionals in finding the best possible solutions for the difficult situations they face. Leah is dedicated to helping students, families and employees achieve growth, healing and personal well-being. Her professional and caring approach instantly fosters trust and connection for those with whom she works. While she has lived in many beautiful regions of the country, Leah grew up in Western Massachusetts and still remains a New Englander at heart. When she is not working Leah enjoys spending time with her husband, friends and fur baby, Josie. She also loves watching most sports, eating most foods, playing golf, road biking, adventuring to new destinations and finding new home-improvement projects to do.

Ally Jackson
Admissions Counselor

Ally is a Denver, Colorado native and has lived in Utah for nearly 15 years. Ally has been working with families in crisis since 2013, facilitating admissions and outreach roles at residential treatment and wilderness therapy programs. Ally has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Utah Valley University and four years of experience as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused and neglected children. Ally is passionate about what she does and has a gift of connecting with families and helping them feel supported while navigating the admissions process. Because of her experience in a treatment program as an adolescent, Ally brings an extraordinary amount of warmth, compassion, and hope to the families she works with. Ally fully believes in and is passionate about Aspiro’s Adventure model and the fantastic team she works with daily. Outside work, Ally holds the title of “Favorite Aunt” to her three nieces, loves to be active, practice yoga, and spend time with family and friends. She also has a sidekick that goes everywhere with her-her Goldendoodle named Sadie.