People Get Better Here
Ridgeview Hospital provides a comprehensive range of diagnostic treatment and educational services for adults, through an integrated delivery system. Our facility is licensed by the Ohio Department of Mental Health, and accredited as a hospital by The Joint Commission (TJC) (formerly called the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)), and the Ohio Department of Mental Health.
At Ridgeview, we believe that recovery can be, and is, achieved when an individual with the co-occurring disorders of mental illness and addiction (dual diagnosis) learns to manage both illnesses, so that he or she can pursue meaningful life goals. Recovery is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential. We also strive to prevent, whenever possible, treated problems from continuing, when our patients go back to their daily lives.
During their stay, patients and their families will experience the Security, Dignity, and Community that will promote healing and further their recovery.
Enjoy a Brighter Future.
During your care with Ridgeview Hospital, you’ll find:
- Board-Certified Psychiatrists & Physicians
- Experienced Caretakers & Nursing Staff
- Individualized, Group & Family Therapy Sessions
- Multidisciplinary & Specialized Treatment Programs
- 12-Step Programs, among other Group Sessions
- Specialized Care, Tailored to Suit Your Needs
Who We Are
Ridgeview Hospital is a 66-bed inpatient psychiatric hospital that is committed to providing the highest quality of care to individuals dealing with mental health issues or mental health issues with co-occurring chemical addictions.
We offer a range of services, including Dual Diagnosis treatment, complete psychological assessments, private & semi-private rooms, individual & group counseling, exercise therapy, and much more.
Our mission is to focus on the unique needs and goals of individuals who experience a mental health or psych-emotional problem with co-occurring addiction, and to prevent, whenever possible, these problems from continuing.