At Ridgeview Institute, our clinical staff offers a variety of expertise and experience. We are devoted to caring for patients struggling with mental illness and are committed to treating them with professionalism, respect, and dignity.

Our eclectic approach to behavioral health allows us to treat a wide array of mental illnesses including but not limited to:

Depression, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Substance Abuse, Anxiety Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Schizophrenia and Psychological Trauma.


Depression shows up differently depending on the person. Some common forms of depression include: major depressive disorder, persistent depressive disorder, postpartum depression, depression with psychosis, and more.


Most of the patients we treat at Ridgeview Institute come to us with some form of trauma experience, whether it is Acute, Chronic or Complex trauma. Our trained staff of mental health professionals understand the complexities of treating patients with trauma and bring years of expertise into the formulation of our treatment plans.

Substance Abuse and Addiction

At Ridgeview Institute, we offer many recovery programs both, inpatient and outpatient, including medically supervised detox services for alcohol, opiates and benzodiazepines on an inpatient basis. Our outpatient recovery programs include Recovery Residences, Recovering Professionals, Support groups for patients and their loved ones and our Alumni Group. These individuals will also receive services for their mental health needs.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder can be tough to understand, diagnose and treat. Our staff at Ridgeview have expertise in managing this diagnosis and are here to help patients through therapy and medication when appropriate.

Suicide Attempts, Suicidal Thoughts and Self Harm

Every suicide is a tragedy that affects families and communities and has long-lasting effects on the people left behind. There is a correlation between mental illness and suicide. With that in mind, all of our treatment teams have completed extensive training in treating individuals with a history of suicide attempts, suicidal thoughts, and self-harming behaviors. We know how to connect with patients who struggle with these difficult issues.


Psychosis, a symptom of schizophrenia and other mental health diagnoses affects a person’s ability to think, feel, and behave clearly. Oftentimes the person struggling with these symptoms is unaware of their behaviors and how it is affecting the people around them. At Ridgeview, our staff is sensitive to the needs of this population and our treatment plan often involves a combination of psychotherapy and medication along with coordinated aftercare upon discharge to increase the likelihood of medication/treatment compliance.


The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organization which certifies health care organizations and programs across the U.S. Their seal is a symbol of quality in an organization’s commitment to meeting certain industry standards.

Ridgeview Institute has been awarded the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of approval, which speaks to our dedication to ongoing quality care, patient safety, and best practices.



Ridgeview Institute is here to guide your journey toward mental wellness. For your convenience, we offer 24/7 assessments at no cost. If you or a loved one is struggling with a mental health or substance abuse issue contact us to see how we can help.