The Recovery Village Ridgefield

The Recovery Village Ridgefield offers a full variety of rehab programs for drug and alcohol addictions and co-occurring mental health conditions. We believe that anyone can overcome addiction in a supportive environment with compassionate treatment. Complete with a full-time medical and clinical staff, an array of amenities and many recreational therapy options, The Recovery Village Ridgefield is equipped to help clients begin lasting recovery.

Our Washington Alcohol and Drug Rehab Facilities

Located in Ridgefield, Washington, our 80-bed facility sits on five acres of land and provides people with a safe environment that promotes recovery from addiction. Our standalone detox facility, The Recovery Village Ridgefield Detox Center, offers high-quality medical detox care in addition to the programs at our main facility. A short drive from both Portland, Seattle and surrounding cities, The Recovery Village Ridgefield aims to curb addiction in Washington, Oregon and the greater Northwest US.


Our Locations

The Recovery Village Ridgefield

888 Hillhurst Rd.
Ridgefield, WA 98642
(360) 857-0007

The Recovery Village Ridgefield Detox Center

5114 NE 94th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98662
(360) 719-1480

Levels of Care

  • Medical Detox

    Entirely devoted to medical detox care, The Recovery Village Ridgefield Detox Center helps people take their first steps in rehab.…Learn More

  • Residential Treatment

    After detox, clients can transition to residential treatment at our main facility, where they can receive 24-hour medical support and…Learn More

  • Partial Hospitalization Programming

    Clients in our partial hospitalization programs usually live in on-site cottages or, in some cases, off-site housing. During this level…Learn More

  • Intensive Outpatient Programming

    During intensive outpatient programming, clients usually participate in therapy for several hours a day and multiple days a week. People…Learn More

  • Outpatient Programming

    Outpatient care is the final step of treatment as clients prepare for life after rehab. Clients live off-site during outpatient…Learn More

  • Aftercare

    It can be difficult to stay accountable to recovery goals without continued care after treatment. Through aftercare initiatives, counselors at…Learn More

Paying for Alcohol and Drug Rehab

Several payment methods are available at The Recovery Village Ridgefield, including paying through:

Our Staff

The Recovery Village Ridgefield is led by full-time medical and clinical staff who are passionate about helping people overcome substance use disorders.

Kevin Wandler
Chief Medical Officer
Daniel Roa

Carey Sebera

Our Accreditations

The Recovery Village Ridgefield is accredited by The Joint Commission. Additionally, our facility is licensed by the state of Washington, Chemical Dependency Services, and the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS).

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Tour Our Facility

See inside our facility and amenities by touring The Recovery Village Ridgefield virtually.



Indoor and outdoor amenities at The Recovery Village Ridgefield include:

  • Two fully equipped exercise gyms
  • On-site putting green
  • Outdoor basketball courts
  • Horseshoes
  • Pool and ping pong tables
  • Badminton, kickball and Wiffle Ball
  • Disc golf
  • Off-site softball and bowling
  • On-site yoga, art and music therapy
  • Off-site equine therapy
  • Two recreational cottages
  • Computer lab
  • Designated smoking areas
  • Refreshing mountain views

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What to Expect

Understanding the expectations for treatment, including items that are and aren’t allowed, can help clients prepare for a positive rehab experience at The Recovery Village Ridgefield. 

We recommend that clients bring:

  • Comfortable, closed-toed shoes
  • Seasonally appropriate clothing (approximately one to two weeks worth of clothes)
  • Sleepwear
  • Sealed (unopened), alcohol-free toiletries, including facial cleanser and moisturizer, shampoo and conditioner, sunscreen and feminine products

We do not allow the following items at our facility:

  • Any drugs or alcohol, drug-related paraphernalia or clothing depicting drugs or explicit language
  • Any item containing alcohol (including mouthwash, hairspray or other toiletries)
  • Pants other than yoga pants or leggings
  • Opened cigarette cartons, medications, vitamin bottles or toiletries
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What Our Clients Say

Robert Cammiso
Robert Cammiso
18:55 27 Sep 19
RVR is a facility that is in turmoil. There is a lack of cohesion between staff & management and the primary goal of this for-profit organization seems to be cutting costs. Management rarely interacts with patients and the negative impact of its often sudden and ill-timed decision-making is considerable. The patient handbook is perpetually being updated, which denies both clients & staff the most basic foundation of guidelines for behavior and expectations. The failures of management, it’s disregard for staff, & its condescension toward patients created palpable demoralization & frustration. PROS1) Counseling Staff:- KAMI is the gold standard for patient counseling.She is in long-term recovery & empathizes with the issues & challenges faced by addicts & alcoholics. Those that were served by her praise her expertise & compassion. Many assigned to other counselors actively advocated to be placed under her care. A++- Although SARAH was not my counselor, I did join her on RVR excursions & she proved to be knowledgeable, insightful, accessible & motivating.2) Facilitators- ESTELLA is a brilliant expert in how the brain functions & the physiological changes in the brain through substance abuse. She presented informative & meaningful classes & explained in detail how medications could mitigate physical & mental conditions faced by addicts. She is also CEO of Choice Wellness, which runs a highly acclaimed IOP program of its own- JOAN facilitates classes on self-analysis that encouraged a sense of personal philosophy. Her classes were met with great enthusiasm.- Although WILL is not a full-time staff member, it was nearly unanimously agreed that his presentations were among the very best. His presentations were well-organized, easy to understand, & left me with the clearest, most useful tools for coping & prevention. Outstanding.3) Nursing StaffMake no mistake; the nursing staff is the heart of day-to-day operations & care for all patients. With the exception of the obnoxiously domineering Lauren, all nurses showed great care & understanding of the personal needs & issues of each patient. Stand outs for me were:- Becky, Linda, Lesley, Tiina, Janelle, Christina, Larry4) BHTs - Frontline staff guiding patients daily. Shout outs to:- Michelle, Brenda, Scot, Hailey, Olivia, Leslie5) SecurityThe contributions by the security team to treatment and recovery can not be minimized. - Nate, Robert5) Maintenance & Housekeeping - Unsung heroes.Roger, Kelsi, Crystal6) Kitchen - Cheerful & hardworking- Anthony7) Reception- Patients go by TARA numerous times daily & her warmth and care for each of us is heartfelt & dependable.CONS1) This is NOT a dual diagnosis facility. It has a well-defined process for individuals seeking to recover from addiction to alcohol & drugs through education & prevention strategies. It merely medicates mental health issues with no meaningful education on how those diagnoses impact addiction. DO NOT expect any substantive mental health services.2) This facility is grossly understaffed to the point of negligence. There is a bare-boned staff at night and this resulted in a number of safety and security breaches including inappropriate sexual contact between men and women, patients escaping necessary oversight, a abysmal amount of adequate counseling staff, and a no on-site medical / mental health professionals during evening / overnight hours.3) There are no doctors at this facility, by that I mean no MDs, DOs or PsyDs. Note the billing records Kevin Wandler MD as the provider. He is a Florida-based physician under whom all services are rendered. 4) ON NUMEROUS OCCASIONS, prescribed meds were administered or nearly administered incorrectly. If not for my personal knowledge of my meds, I would have been under-dosed or over-dosed on medication. I had to forcefully advocate to get the proper dosages and medications I knew I needed for medical and mental health reasons. The Medical Director, Jason Roa, gets a vote of “no confidence” from me.
David Roche
David Roche
18:19 11 Sep 19
My experience was mixed. The detox was good in general, but there is always a disconnected with people there. Some of the counselors were attentive. Once in Ridgefield inpatient I was quite frustrated. It took me 5 days to see my counselor, although a couple of them took time to talk to me. All very corporate with endless classes in very odd topics. Art Therapy? Really? Some bonding with people and the AA evening meetings good, but the big frustration is lack of communication and one on one meetings. I have been in AA a long time and this was not for me. I stuck it put a couple weeks and now home for some real recovery. Biggest issue is the disconnect. Good food, nice people, but they believe too much in their own recovery methods whatever they are. Usually consisting of keeping you longer
Russel Reynolds
Russel Reynolds
20:27 03 Sep 19
My grand daughter is currently in this place she is doing so good and showing so much growth. When she gets to visit since she is in php she is always excited to go back. This ia her 5th rehab and she said this is the best one and Scott is here favorite Bht. And all the staff are loving and truly care so much. All the clients are like family all support and care for eachother. Would highly recommend. If you have to payouta pocket do it its so freaking worth it and it can change your life forever
Chrissy Brodrick
Chrissy Brodrick
22:40 06 Aug 19
Amazing staff!! The BHT team goes above & beyond, Brenda, Michelle, Marissa, Scott & Hayley to name a few! The nursing staff is hands down the best you’ll find! Leslie, Linda, Larry, Janelle, Christina…I could go on and on!! Participate in classes, you will get 100% of what you put into it. Estella, Will, Katherine, Kami…they are amazing. All the clinicians are there to help you on this journey. I may be biased towards a shout out to Sarah!! I cannot forget Chef Anthony, Cassie and Larissa for making sure we were fed and amazingly!! Thank you RVR!!
Amy King
Amy King
23:06 29 Jul 19
Jake Johnson
Jake Johnson
16:53 28 Jul 19
BEWARE OF THE COSTS UPFRONT!!!! This company has numerous locations in different states. I found out that the original person I spoke with was out of Florida, even though she had an Oregon phone number that came up as being in Sherwood. VERY SHADY! They told me they had "great news" about my insurance coverage and what my out of pocket would be. Once I arrived at intake to detox I was again told what my out of pocket would be but was given ZERO paperwork confirming it. The financial counselor didn't even show me the computer screen she was using to calculate it. Overall the detox facility was new and clean. The staff was very nice and professional as well aside from the financial aspect. Just so you know..In Detox there are very few activities. No gym. 15 minute "mindfulness time" outside where most people smoke. And two classes that last about 30 minutes each. My takeaway was that the facility got me detoxed, good staff, food okay but COULD NOT TRUST them financially.

Alumni Testimonials

After trying on his own and failing, one patient decided it was time to make a change. Learn how one man’s life was changed by making the call to speak to one of our intake coordinators and getting into treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

At The Recovery Village Ridgefield, we understand that people have a lot of questions about addiction treatment. We’re available to answer frequently asked questions about addiction treatment, including:

  • How much does rehab cost at The Recovery Village Ridgefield?

    The total cost of rehab at our facility will depend on whether a client has private health insurance, the level of care they need and how long they stay in treatment. We work with many private health insurance companies to make the out-of-pocket costs of rehab more affordable.

    Read More About Rehab Costs

  • Is cell phone use allowed during rehab?

    Cell phones will be securely stored upon arrival at our facility, and there is a 72-hour blackout period for all phone use. During residential care, clients can use a phone during designated times, and clients in partial hospitalization may use phones located in our cottages. Clients in intensive outpatient programming may be allowed to use cell phones during non-programming hours.

  • Does The Recovery Village Ridgefield cover travel costs?

    No, we do not pay for travel to or from our facility. However, our representatives can help people coordinate travel plans for a safe and timely arrival.

    Read More About Traveling for Rehab

  • Can family and friends visit clients during treatment?

    Generally, no, loved ones are not allowed to visit people in rehab, except for during family therapy. Family therapy sessions are held in most levels of care at our facility.

For more answers about treatment, call our facility, view answers to other frequently asked questions or read our full what to expect guide


Communities We Serve in Washington

At The Recovery Village Ridgefield, we’re proud to welcome both in- and out-of-state clients, and we’re here to serve the surrounding communities of:

Whether you’re traveling from another city in Washington State, Oregon or from across the country, The Recovery Village Ridgefield can tailor a treatment program for your needs. 

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