Mission

Ridgeview is committed to providing a high quality regional system of services focused on the treatment of mental illness and alcohol and drug and co-occurring related problems

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leadership

Ridgeview’s governing body includes eleven community volunteers who represent each
of the counties served. The diverse range of backgrounds of these volunteers provides

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oversight

Ridgeview is committed to continuous quality improvement and relies on both internal and external resources to accomplish this goal. Internally, monitoring activities are

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Ridgeview Behavioral Health

Thank you for accessing Ridgeview's Website. I hope you will find it both helpful and informative. We have attempted to anticipate the type of information that will be useful to you and we hope that you will find that our links provide you with the information you are seeking.

Should you have questions or need to schedule an appointment please call Toll-Free 800-834-4178. If you have an emergent need please do not hesitate to contact our 24 hour crisis line at 800-870-5481. If you have any suggestions as to how we might improve our site please do not hesitate to contact me at 865-482-1076, Ext. 1180.

Thanks again,

Brian Buuck, CEO

featured news

CIT Task Force
East Tennessee Crisis Intervention Team Task Force Meeting is being held at Roane State Community College in Harriman on 9/18. Anyone interested in learning more about CIT is welcome to attend. To register, please contact Jan Cagle at caglejg@ridgevw.com. To learn more Click Here
MIST Program
Ridgeview is grateful for our partnership with Dayspring Family Health Center in Jellico, where we’re working together to ensure that mothers and newborns begin life together in a healthy, safe environment. To learn more Click Here
Your Stories Matter
Commencement and Open House for “Your Stories Matter” project is scheduled for August 14th @ 5:30 pm at Ridgeview’s Louise Singleton Center, 221 Devonia St., Harriman. Please come celebrate with us and listen to empowering stories of recovery and healing.
Prescription For Success
Ridgeview supports statewide plan to address drug epidemic. "Prescription for Success: Statewide Strategies to Prevent and Treat the Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic in Tennessee" is a strategic plan developed by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. To learn more about this effort go to: Prescription For Success
Walk In Access
Walk In Access: Ridgeview now offers you the ability to come in for an initial evaluation without requiring an appointment at our Roane County clinic from 11:30 to 2:30. The Roane County clinic is located at 221 Devonia Street in Harriman. Our clinicians will get you started today on your path to mental health and well-being. Regular business hours for scheduled appointments remain 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Extra Mile Award
Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services, presents the quarterly employee Extra Mile award to Bobby Jordan, licensed clinical social worker. Click HERE to read more.
New Partnership
Ridgeview is glad to partner with the Scott County Remote Area Medical (RAM) Clinic June 21st and 22nd at Scott County High School. Ridgeview staff will be on hand to offer information and support on how participants can receive screening, assessment, and treatment for emotional and behavioral health needs. Ridgeview and RAM are glad to complement services to support the holistic, integrated care of persons unable to afford services.
Buuck Promoted to CEO
The Board of Director’s of Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services recently announced the appointment of Brian D. Buuck to the position of Chief Executive Officer, effective January 1, 2014.
Mothers and Infants Sober Together
Ridgeview partners with Dayspring, Jellico Hospital and BlueCare
Scott County Community Health Needs Assessment completed
The Appalachian Life Quality Initiative (ALQI), Mountain People’s Health Council and Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services recently announced that the Scott County Community Needs Assessment, initiated in late February of this year, has been completed.
Morgan County Community Health Needs Assessment completed
The Morgan County Medical Center and Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services announced that the Morgan County Community Needs Assessment, initiated by both agencies in late February of this year, has recently been completed.
CIT Training
Oak Ridge Police Department officers Simon Byrne, Leslie Miller, Nathan Stinnett, Jonathan Wilson and dispatcher, Lawrence Marlow completed crisis intervention training on May 10
Ridgeview pioneers telecommunications in mental health in Tennessee
Ridgeview is using telemedicine communication to improve access to mental health services in Morgan, Campbell and Scott counties.
Ridgeview receives $1.5 million grant
Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital and Center, Inc., was recently notified that they were awarded a $1.5 million grant by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to serve chronically homeless individuals with behavioral health problems associated with substance abuse and/or mental illness.
Morgan County Medical Center partners with Ridgeview
Morgan County Medical Center and Ridgeview have joined forces to provide integrated healthcare at the M.C.M.C. location in Wartburg.
Benning receives special recognition from the Office of the Governor and
Tennessee Department of Mental Health
The Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations honored Robert J. Benning, Chief Executive Officer, Ridgeview, in Oak Ridge, Tennessee with special recognition from the Office of the Governor and the Tennessee Department of Mental Health for his exceptional, dedicated service and advocacy for citizens who have a mental illness or substance abuse disorder.