What We Treat

Personalized treatment for substance abuse.

A person-centered approach to treatment for alcoholism, drug and prescription drug abuse, and co-occurring disorders (dual diagnosis).

As evidenced by our high staff-to-client ratio, with our Residential Treatment program capped at twelve clients, our treatment focuses on the individual and their development in a nurturing and supportive environment conducive to their unique wellness and recovery process. Our expert team of licensed counselors and medical specialists, many of whom have personal experience with addiction, set clients on a path that is free from addiction.

We follow a person-centered philosophy, emphasizing individualized treatment and holistic healing. With respect and dignity, we empower individuals, foster community connections, and promote lifelong learning and growth. Our compassionate aftercare ensures ongoing support beyond recovery. Discover your inner strength and embrace lasting transformation with us.

Retreat at Sky Ridge is committed to providing services that are guided by a person-centered philosophy, ensuring that individuals receiving services are at the center of all decision-making and are actively involved in planning, implementing, and evaluating their own care.

Some commonly sought after treatments at our facility are for:


Dual Diagnosis & Co-Occurring Disorders

What We Treat
Treatment for co-occurring disorders, also termed Dual Diagnosis, is a recommended course of action when an individual is struggling with substance abuse alongside mental health issues.

Alcoholism & Alcohol Abuse

What We Treat
The impact of the abuse is never limited to the individual. Alcoholism and alcohol abuse affect personal and business relationships, families, and the individual’s long-term health. In some cases, it can be fatal.
Mind & Body

Drug & Substance Abuse

What We Treat

Struggling with drug addiction means dealing with uncontrollable cravings and exhibiting drug-seeking behavior even when the resulting action can lead to serious, negative consequences.


Prescription Drug Abuse

What We Treat
The abuse of prescription drugs has become commonplace in the U.S. and around the world. Addiction often begins with a painkiller prescribed for an injury or a benzodiazepine prescribed for anxiety.

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