Facility Amenities & Services

Ridgeview Hospital: Tailoring Our Services to the Needs of the Community

The treatment services at Ridgeview are based on a medical staff model with a licensed physician responsible for the quality and appropriateness of care. The multi-disciplinary treatment team, working under the supervision of the physician, is composed of licensed and credentialed staff, highly trained and experienced in effectively implementing treatment plan objectives. All patients who are approved for admission will be treated with dignity and respect within a milieu that is conducive to their long-term recovery.Ridgeview Behavioral Hospital - care image

In an effort to best serve its treatment community, Ridgeview Hospital will continuously improve its inpatient psychiatric program to be consistent with the community’s needs. The service components are designed primarily for adults between 18-75 years of age, who experience mental health issues serious enough to require an inpatient level of care, or, those who experience the co-occurring disorders of mental illness and addiction issues of the same severity. Specialized treatment interventions are developed based on population need and patient census.

 

Amenities & Values you can Expect from Ridgeview

We understands the difficulty that can accompany recovery. Our recovery programs start with hope.

During a patient’s stay at Ridgeview Hospital, they can expect:

  • 24-hour care
  • A skilled, multi-disciplinary staff
  • A countryside location, which assures anonymity & tranquility
  • Private and semi private rooms
  • Board-certified psychiatrists, therapists & physicians
  • A fully-stocked cafeteria, with meals that can be modified to fit your dietary needs
  • An affiliated pharmacy that can supply necessary, prescribed medication
  • Fitness programs
  • Individualized, group & family therapy sessions
  • 12-step programs (for those with dual diagnosis)
  • We will work tirelessly to overcome barriers
  • We believe that each person is unique
  • Our patients can achieve abstinence from mood-altering substances (for those with dual diagnosis)
  • The healing process is often holistic, and encompass body, mind, spirit, & community
  • Our patients can build positive, caring relationships
  • We embrace values, traditions, culture, & family
  • Hope should not only begin the recovery process, but end it as well