RedCliff Ascent

RedCliff Ascent Welcomes New Director of Admissions

For Immediate Release

Contact:            Stephen C. Schultz

(801) 380-8820


September 23, 2016

Enterprise, UT – RedCliff Ascent is pleased to announce the addition of veteran Admissions Director, Ryan Walton.

Ryan joins the team as the Director of Marketing and Admissions for RedCliff Ascent. His career has spanned across a range of medical services, from acute care adolescent psych to most recently at a therapeutic boarding school.

His true passion is working with teens as they navigate a challenging time in their life, ultimately helping to heal future generations. A transplant from Maryland, Ryan’s calling to the wilderness has landed him in Utah and ultimately with RedCliff Ascent. When not in the office, Ryan can be found mountain biking, skiing, coaching lacrosse or spending time with his wife and son.

Ryan is perfectly prepared for assisting the students and families as they navigate the processes associated with Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare.

Having worked in various administrative and therapeutic environments over the last 10 years, Ryan is excited about the opportunity to join the RedCliff Administration team.

“We are excited to have Ryan join our team. He brings a unique blend of administrative and therapeutic experience. We look forward to Ryan continuing our commitment to healing families through the process of outdoor experiential therapy that works so well in the teen-treatment environment.” said, Scott Schill, Executive Director.

RedCliff Ascent is a fully accredited and licensed Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare program and a recognized leader.

They have been involved in third party research efforts for over fifteen years and have operationalized research informed wilderness enhanced treatment.

“We’re very proud of our ability to positively impact the lives of these students and their families,” Schill adds

RedCliff Ascent is one of the top rated wilderness treatment programs in the nation!

With over 20 years of experience in the teen wilderness treatment industry, you are on the right track to recovery for your son or daughter.