Ridgeview Institute, located in Atlanta, Georgia, offers adult addiction services, such as treatment and relapse prevention; woman's services, such as the eating disorders program; youth services, such as dialectical behavior therapy; and adult psychiatric services for trauma patients and addicts. Ridgeview Institute also offers addiction and psychiatric services for older adults and a four-phase treatment plan for recovering professionals, according to the company website.
Patients undergoing treatment for an adult addiction at Ridgeview Institute may live in the recovery residence located on-site, states the company website. Ridgeview also offers a partial hospitalization program, which allows a recovering addict to return home every night during the treatment process, and an intensive outpatient program, which allows participants to continue work or school. Treatment helps recovering addicts deal with cravings, learn recovery tools and develop healthier relationships. For those who relapse, Ridgeview Institute offers group therapy, prevention planning, a 12-step recovery program and education about the warning signs of relapse as part of the relapse prevention program.
As part of its women's services, Ridgeview offers treatment options for teens and adults suffering from an eating disorder including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorders, according to the company website. Available treatment options include 24-hour nursing care, medication management, family therapy, 12-step recovery meetings and support group meetings.
The Ridgeview Institute offers four phases of the treatment plan for professionals with addiction, dual diagnosis disorder or with a primary psychiatric illness. They are inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization and recovery residence, intensive outpatient treatment, and mirror imaging and continuing care, informs the company website.