About Ridgeview

Ridgeview is a community mental health organization providing mental health care and treatment for adults, children, and families in Anderson, Campbell, Morgan, Roane, Fentress, Pickett, Union and Scott Counties in Tennessee.

How We Help

  • Crisis Response
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Substance Use Treatment
  • Mental Health
  • Outpatient Therapy
  • Children and Youth Services
  • Recovery Job Placement & Support
  • Medication Management
  • Support Groups
  • Recovery Housing
  • Other Services
  • Integrated Primary and Behavioral Health Care

Our Philosophy

Recovery is achievable. We are partners in the recovery process, providing those we serve with compassion, hope, and quality care, regardless of the ability to pay. Your health matters most. The road to recovery includes a healthy mind and a healthy body, and our services promote both these goals.

Our History

Ridgeview is a private, not-for-profit community mental health center. We first opened our doors in Oak Ridge in 1957. Then named the Mental Health Center of Anderson and Roane Counties Inc., it was founded to meet the mental health needs of adults and children in the community. In 1969, a newly-constructed 22-bed inpatient hospital opened at 240 W. Tyrone Road, which operates as our primary facility to this day. Since then, we have added numerous outpatient clinics and services to meet the needs of East Tennessee.