Paris Jackson will soon be heading to her next treatment facility.
After spending the last month at UCLA hospital following her June 5 suicide attempt, rumors are swirling the 15-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson will soon be transferred to Diamond Ranch Academy in Hurricane, UT, a year-round residential treatment facility for "struggling teens ages 12-18."
The facility—which Dr. Drew has featured on Lifechangers—features academics, therapy and athletics, and all students are required to participate in the music program as a way to "discover how music can influence their lives in positive ways."
At the treatment center, which also serves as a boarding-type school, "students experience a normal, safe, structured High School experience without the negatives of public school," the facility's website boasts.
Sean Elsmore, the admissions counselor at Diamond Ranch, would not confirm or deny if Paris is planning on moving to the facility, but tells E! News that "based off what we have read about her from online reports, she would be a good fit for our facility."
He added: "We are aware of the reports of our connection with Paris" but won't confirm her admittance out of respect and comfort for the family.
Elsmore also says the facility held an executive meeting to discuss how to handle the media attention upon learning Diamond Ranch is Paris' rumored new treatment center.
According to Elsmore, 60-70 percent of the students graduate the academy and the average stay is between 10-12 months long, with less than five percent of those who graduate returning because they have relapsed.
The cost of the facility is $7,000 a month, and the enrollment varies, but there are anywhere between 150-198 students enrolled at the academy.
The facility does have its detractors; there is currently a Diamond Ranch survivors site, which is critical of the center.
While the rumor mill continues to churn, there's still no guarantee Paris will transfer to the treatment center—a source previously told E! News there were "concerns of logistics, about bodyguards and the privacy of the other patients" at the facility. Distance is also an issue as it would be difficult for the 15 year old's family, particularly grandmother and co-guardian Katherine Jackson, to see her.
Despite the setbacks, a source tells E! News Paris is "getting better" but admits it's going to be a "long road" to recovery, "She is still doing therapy and on medication. It is a long process, but she is doing well."