Ridgeview's renovated Harriman campus opens to public

*Media Release*


DATE: April 29, 2016 PHONE: 865-719-7221

Ridgeview’s renovated Harriman campus opens to public

Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services celebrated the renovation of the Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Peer Support Center, located at 221 Devonia Street in Harriman, on April 22, 2016. “The programs in the newly remodeled facility complete and complement Ridgeview’s continuum of services and promote opportunities for individuals to realize their goals” stated Brian Buuck, CEO. The public was able to tour the facility, enjoy lunch, and learn how educational programming and peer supports are key interventions to promote overall mental health, wellness, and recovery to individuals diagnosed with a mental illness and/or substance abuse issues.

Jan McNally, Chair of Ridgeview’s Board of Directors, said, “We’re delighted to be able to provide an environment that helps promote health, recovery, and hope to individuals who are living with a mental illness.”

Learn more about Ridgeview services through www.ridgevw.com or contact us about Same Day Access availability at 865.834.4178.

Picture from left to right: Lee Sinnott, Anne Pirtle, Dr. Dudani, Brian Buuck, Sonya Ashford , and Melody Morris
Michael Yates is the Director of Development at Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services.
Ridgeview is a private, not for profit community mental health center with locations in Anderson, Campbell, Morgan, Roane, and Scott counties. Ridgeview’s walk-in hours for first time appointments at the Harriman Outpatient Clinic are Monday – Friday 11:30 – 2:30. Regular office hours remain 8 – 5 weekdays. If you have an emergent need please do not hesitate to contact our 24 hour crisis line at 1-800-870-5481. Follow Ridgeview on Facebook.