Recovering at The Ridge

An Inclusive and Welcoming Community

View from The Ridge Recovery Center entrance.

Recovering at The Ridge

Individuals who seek treatment at The Ridge have much in common. While their lives and situations differ, they share a similar struggle with substance use disorder and addiction disease along with the desire to achieve and sustain recovery. Some staff members have also experienced a similar journey. This common bond contributes to an atmosphere of acceptance, support and understanding. The Ridge is an inclusive and welcoming community, and offers equitable services and treatment to all, regardless of race; religion, gender or sexual orientation or identity.


What to Expect

At the Ridge, we are committed to providing holistic care that helps to heal the entire individual. Our clinicians and programs help people to address their physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social needs, as they conquer the underlying causes and effects of dependence and addiction.

A sample schedule

Daily Routines & Activities

Each person, and each day, are different at The Ridge.

However, we find a structured schedule that balances therapeutic, social, individual and physical activities to be helpful in the recovery process.

A typical day may look like this:

7 am Breakfast
8:15 am Walking, stretching and meditation
9:15 am Group
11:30 am Lunch/Electronic time
1:30 pm Group
3 pm Electronic time/Community meeting/ Elective time—gym, outdoor activities, small groups
4-5 pm Personal/Free time
5 pm Dinner
7 pm Meetings/Snacks
Social activities such as movies, games, bingo
10 pm Bed/Quiet time/Lights out