Mental health disorders are very common, affecting tens of millions of adults every year in the United States. In 2012, there were an estimated 9.6 million adults over the age of 18 with a serious mental illness. Only a fraction of these people receive treatment for their mental health disorder. Highland Ridge Hospital is dedicated to treating each person who comes to us for help with the dignity and respect they deserve as they begin their journey of healing.
Highland Ridge Hospital has helped many men and women learn to recover from their serious mental illnesses, such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and anxiety disorders, and go on to lead happy, productive, and fulfilled lives. We are committed to providing compassionate, nurturing care to people who are struggling to live with mental illnesses. Inpatient treatment for serious mental illnesses that includes acute crisis stabilization, medication management, and a wide array of therapies has been shown through decades of research to be one of the most effective ways for people to begin their path toward recovery from mental health disorders.
Our intensive inpatient program was designed to first efficiently and effectively stabilize our clients, after which we create an individualized plan of treatment that meets all the needs of each person who comes to us. Highland Ridge Hospital believes that the best way to treat serious mental illnesses is through plans of treatment that are as unique as the people we treat. After crisis stabilization, our licensed therapists and medical staff will work tirelessly to help each person who comes to us learn lasting, adaptive coping mechanisms that can be used in everyday situations. Through a combination of medication management, group therapies, one-on-one individual therapy, family therapy, and experiential techniques, we strive to heal the whole person. Highland Ridge Hospital is dedicated to helping each of our clients achieve the highest level of functioning in their interpersonal, occupational, social, and personal lives.