The historic Moses Andrus Home serves as
ATC's centralized "clubhouse."

Built during the mid 1880’s, the home is a historically registered staple in the St. George community. Listed on the St. George Historical Tour, the two-story home was painstakingly built with a black lava rock foundation. Once laid, the foundation was allowed to settle for one whole year before any more work on the home began. This measure was taken to insure the house would not crack or experience any undesirable settling.

Resembling this history – and in the spirit of the Moses Andrus Home, we believe a young adult’s time at ATC will afford them the opportunity to lay a solid foundation – on which they will rely for the rest of their lives – as they move on to subsequent successes.

The clubhouse serves as the collective hub amongst all of our residences. It is here that you will find staff offices, group therapy rooms, student computer lab, putting green, basketball hoop, student lounge, a kitchen, as well as multiple common areas for the enjoyment of staff members and students alike.

You will always find ATC students gathering here to take care of their various needs and commitments, study and complete school work, search for jobs, work on therapy assignments, watch sporting events, eat meals, organize games, and put on talent shows – or to just spend their free time.

ATC Historic Clubhouse

Resident Housing -
Diagonal House

Resident Housing -
400 East House