Other Services Offered

Team of Experts

Our team of experienced physicians, nurses, and counselors are available to support you through every step of the addiction recovery process, from figuring out how to approach treatment, to maintaining sobriety with aftercare. To complement our residential treatment program, we offer:

Intervention Assistance

The first step toward recovery is getting a patient to voluntarily seek treatment. Often, family members do not know how to approach the subject of persuading a loved one to seek treatment. This is where The Ridge’s network of professional interventionists can help. We work closely with licensed expert interventionists and are happy to refer them to our clients.

Our chosen interventionists have their clients voluntarily choose to enter treatment in 95% of their interventions. We coordinate the process seamlessly with the family so we are ready to receive the patient immediately after a successful intervention.

To learn more about intervention assistance, contact us and one of our staff members will be happy to give you more information.


The first step prior to beginning treatment is to safely complete detoxification. Patients often require detoxification to eliminate the physical dependence on drugs and alcohol. Approximately 80% of patients can be detoxed under our physicians’ care at The Ridge. More severe cases require hospitalization, which can be coordinated through local Detox facilities that we utilize. The detox process typically lasts 3-5 days, but can take longer depending on the severity of the abuse.

Diagnostic Assessment

Not every addicted person needs the same level of treatment. There are many addiction recovery options to choose from, and the residential treatment program offered at The Ridge isn’t one-size-fits-all. Our physicians can assess the severity of a patient’s disease and recommend the level of care that best fits their recovery needs. Whether an addicted person needs detoxification, residential care, outpatient care, or all three, our diagnostic assessment will assure that every patient gets exactly the level of care that’s best for them.