Learn more about levels of care, therapeutic modalities and other treatment options available at The Recovery Village Ridgefield.

Located in scenic Washington, The Recovery Village Ridgefield connects clients in the Pacific Northwest and across the country to comprehensive rehab for drug and alcohol addiction. To help promote long-term recovery and wellness, care involves a full continuum of treatment and evidence-based therapy methods. Our multidisciplinary team coordinates to create comprehensive, customized care plans, so each client receives treatment tailored to their unique needs.

Levels of Care

Due to COVID-19, The Recovery Village Ridgefield is temporarily suspending residential treatment at our Ridgefield, WA location. Partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and other outpatient services will still be available to patients through the Nobu teletherapy app. Inpatient medical detox is still available at our Vancouver, WA facility. For more information, please call (360) 719-1480.

The Recovery Village Ridgefield offers multiple stages of treatment to set clients up for success in long-term recovery. While some individuals may only undergo a few levels of care, most work through the full continuum, which allows them to gradually gain the confidence and coping skills needed to build a solid foundation in sobriety. Currently, The Recovery Village Ridgefield offers medical detox, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient levels of care.

Medical Detox

Clients with substance use disorders involving physically addictive substances usually begin treatment with medical detox. Located just minutes away from The Recovery Village Ridgefield’s main campus, The Recovery Village Ridgefield’s detox center offers medically supervised detox services in a safe, supportive environment. Once detox is complete, clients can transition to additional levels of care at the main campus.


The most intensive level of care provided at The Recovery Village Ridgefield’s main campus, clients in residential treatment undergo therapeutic care and live at the facility on a full-time basis. This safe, stable environment allows clients to stay accountable to their recovery goals while gaining insight into addiction and mental health challenges.

Partial Hospitalization

A step down from residential care, partial hospitalization programming provides clients with the opportunity to transition to less intensive care. During this stage of treatment, healing recreational therapies and amenities are made available as clients continue to participate in individual, group and family therapy. While most individuals live in a sober living facility, some may transition to off-site residency.

Intensive Outpatient

Clients in intensive outpatient treatment may live off-site in supportive home environments, or in sober living communities. Additional flexibility offers the opportunity to practice coping skills while continuing to receive support, accountability and coaching from counselors and clinicians.


Outpatient treatment may either be undergone on its own or as the final step in a complete continuum of care. During this level of treatment, all clients live off-site and attend individual and group therapy sessions at The Recovery Village Ridgefield on a part-time basis. Clients begin to return to family and work responsibilities while coordinating with counselors to secure local therapists, physicians and support groups for continued to guidance once formal treatment is over.

Treatment Therapies

Therapy is the cornerstone to high-quality drug and alcohol rehab. Through individual, group and family and recreational therapy, clients can gain insight into the roots of their addiction, address symptoms of co-occurring mental health conditions and learn emotional regulation techniques. These skills help create a strong foundation for lasting recovery.

Individual Therapy

During individual therapy, clients work one-on-one with counselors to unpack harmful thoughts and behaviors, resolve past conflicts and build resiliency. Different therapeutic methods may be used depending on each person’s unique needs.

At The Recovery Village Ridgefield, clients may undergo any of the following individual therapy methods:

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: Helps clients learn relationship-building, communication, mindfulness, problem-solving and emotional regulation skills
  • Moral Reconation Therapy: Works to increase moral reasoning to reduce the risk of relapse

Group Therapy

Even when armed with additional insights into the roots of addiction and coping skills to deal with emotional distress, it can still be easy to feel alone in your struggles. Through group therapy, clients can take comfort in hearing the experiences of others and realizing how similar they are to their own. Group therapy also provides clients with the opportunity to practice communication skills and learn more about a variety of recovery topics, including addiction, codependency, trauma and relapse.

At The Recovery Village Ridgefield, clients may participate in the following group therapy methods:

  • SMART Recovery
  • 12-Step programming
  • Experiential groups
  • Skills groups

Family Support & Therapy

The support of family and friends can make a world of difference during treatment for drug or alcohol addiction. Mental health professionals at The Recovery Village Ridgefield encourage both client and family member healing through regular family therapy sessions when appropriate. During these therapy sessions, family members can learn more about what their loved one is going through, work through unhealthy family dynamics and create an environment that promotes mutual mental wellness.

Recreational & Holistic Therapies

Recreational and holistic therapies provide people in recovery with the opportunity to cultivate healthy hobbies, build camaraderie with peers and learn stress-reduction skills.

Once clinically cleared by a medical professional, clients may be able to participate in:

  • Yoga
  • Art Therapy
  • Music Therapy

Medication-Assisted Treatment

While traditional therapeutic care is sufficient for some individuals to stay committed to long-term recovery, combining traditional rehab methods with new, evidence-based practices yields better results for others. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) has been growing in popularity in recent years because of its effectiveness in reducing the pleasurable effects of substances, suppressing cravings and easing ongoing withdrawal symptoms. Medical professionals at The Recovery Village Ridgefield provide clients with certain MAT methods on an as-needed basis when deemed clinically appropriate.

Aftercare & Support

It can be difficult to stay accountable to recovery goals without continued care after treatment at The Recovery Village Ridgefield ends. Through aftercare initiatives, counselors at our center help connect clients to medical resources and support in their local communities. Before leaving treatment, team members help locate physicians, clinicians, therapists and support group meetings close to clients’ homes to help them stay healthy and committed to recovery.

Clinical Staff & Leadership Team

Throughout the course of treatment at The Recovery Village Ridgefield, clients work with a dedicated team of nurses, clinicians, physicians, psychiatrists and other specialists. Together, this multidisciplinary team provides individualized, coordinated care that promotes long-term recovery.

The Recovery Village Ridgefield’s clinical staff is led by an expert leadership team of mental health and addiction experts. Their expertise and commitment to high-quality patient care ensure that clients at the center receive individualized treatment that heals.

If you or a loved one live with addiction, treatment is a call away. Reach out to The Recovery Village Ridgefield today for more information about care options or to enroll in a treatment program.

Medical Disclaimer

The Recovery Village aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with substance use or mental health disorder with fact-based content about the nature of behavioral health conditions, treatment options and their related outcomes. We publish material that is researched, cited, edited and reviewed by licensed medical professionals. The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers.