Intensive Treatment Program

Our intensive treatment residential program is for adults age 18 and older, who struggle with substance use disorder involving alcohol, opiates and other drugs. In addition to guiding individuals on their personalized path to recovery, our team and our programs work to help people to build the coping strategies and skills fundamental to leading a healthier life with the goal of sustained recovery.
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A Comforting Atmosphere Conducive to Healing

The Ridge is designed to provide a comfortable and safe space for individuals on the journey to recovery. Simple but well-designed private rooms with ensuite baths ensure that participants have sufficient time for solitude, quiet contemplation, respite and rest.

Group spaces, including the beautiful, round space known as The Sanctuary, provide places for socializing, sharing and participating in group and recreational activities. The natural beauty of our campus offers solace and serenity, as well as space for walking, working out, and experiencing the restorative powers of nature.

Goals of the Program

The goals of the intensive treatment program are to help individuals overcome the challenges of substance use disorder and addiction and addiction and to develop a personalized strategy for sustained sobriety. To do so, we use a holistic approach that promotes physical, emotional, and mental well-being.

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24/7 Care Around The Clock

While The Ridge offers many opportunities for privacy and solitude, dedicated team members are on site 24/7 to provide support and assistance, address urgent needs and ensure a safe, healing environment.

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Your Treatment Team

Your treatment team includes people dedicated to helping you with your recovery, and may include social workers, nurses, recovery support specialists and physicians.They work together to help create and facilitate a personalized treatment plan crafted for each individual, to meet their personal needs.