Ridge Recovery Center

The Ridge provides personalized paths to recovery in a serene, tranquil and private setting.


May 17, 2024

Examining Trends in Alcohol Use

The Behavioral Health Network’s recent Grand Rounds program revolved around alcohol use disorder, the changing attitudes towards drinking and sobriety, [...]

May 09, 2024

6 Ways to Cope With Hangxiety After a Night of Drinking

Headaches and nausea are the tell-tale signs of a hangover. Some people also experience “hangxiety” — a sense of dread, [...]

February 20, 2024

Getting By With A Little Help From Their Friends

Sometimes you just need a friend. Rushford’s Friendship Club, which has operated for decades as part of the state Department [...]

January 31, 2024

TV Ad Hopes to Reduce Addiction Stigma

As part of their continuing partnership to fight the opioid crisis in Connecticut, Hartford HealthCare’s Behavioral Health Network and the [...]

January 26, 2024

Turning Temporary Respite Into a New Life

Deborah Lawrence had never heard of the respite program at Rushford until a change in her living situation left her [...]

January 12, 2024

5 Steps for Successful Dry January

After a boozy holiday season, many of us are ready for a chemical reset right around the time we ring [...]

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Patient Testimonial

I have been fortunate to return to Rushford treatment for a second time and the staff, treatment, and the facility as a whole have been consistently very concerned with myself and I have witnessed that same level of care with every individual that comes through these doors.

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Medication Assisted Treatment
Close to Home (MATCH™)

Addiction recovery can take a prescribed path in our Medication-Assisted Treatment, Close to Home programs for adults and teens. MATCH™ offers medicine that reduces cravings and withdrawals from substances along with relapse prevention group therapy.

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MORR - Recover a Life

MORR (Meriden Opioid Referral for Recovery): People can and do recover.