Welcome to Ridge RTC, a leading residential treatment facility for teens in Milton, New Hampshire. We offer a peaceful and captivating setting for teenagers ages 14-18 in need of support. Designed to embrace the region’s stunning natural beauty, Ridge RTC provides a tranquil environment that nurtures healing and personal development. Our second location, Ridge RTC Maine is just two and a half hours away, allowing us the space to accept an even wider range of ages.
With picturesque landscapes and mountains surrounding us, our sanctuary-like oasis offers a much-needed break from the demands of daily life. Experience a one-of-a-kind residential treatment center for teens at Ridge RTC.
What to Expect at Ridge RTC
You can find freedom from mental illness through our comprehensive teen program at Ridge RTC in Milton, NH. Our goal is to stabilize, evaluate, and prepare teenagers for a happier and more productive life after treatment.
We prioritize a healthy lifestyle, including physical activity, nature exposure, a balanced diet, community service, and accountability. Our 350-acre property in Milton, New Hampshire, offers living spaces and individualized treatment. With a 1-4 staff-to-student ratio and an alert overnight staff, we can ensure your loved one will be well taken care of.
During treatment, we focus on outdoor experiential activities. These are enhanced by structured sessions led by instructors in yoga, music, art, and more. To ensure structure, we have introduced more outdoor programming utilizing existing trail networks for hiking, biking, and snowshoeing.
We are dedicated to providing the care and support your adolescent or teen needs to thrive. Learn about what we treat at Ridge RTC in Milton, NH, and experience the difference.
How Do Teens Benefit From Ridge RTC?
Specifically designed for adolescents and teens, our program offers unparalleled support, structure, and therapy. We understand that some individuals require more intensive care than what can be provided at home or school, which is why we prioritize therapeutic support and provide a nurturing environment.
Our specialized mental health residential program is located on an expansive 350-acre campus in Milton, NH. Designed specifically for teens and adolescents in need of therapeutic assessment and extra support, Ridge RTC offers a nurturing environment where they can receive the intensive care they require.
The dormitories our clients reside in feature shared bedrooms with three individuals per room, ensuring a sense of community. With a common bathroom equipped with two stalls and three showers, personal space is never compromised. Additionally, we have dining spaces, designated therapy spaces, and a secured medication storage area.
At our beautiful facility, we provide clients with an array of experiential therapies they can participate in. From exploring the countryside to swimming in the rivers, we utilize the healing power of nature to help you overcome mental illness.
Our top priority is to provide teenagers with the tools needed for a brighter and more fulfilling future. Don’t settle for less regarding your loved one’s well-being.
Seek Treatment at Ridge RTC in Milton, NH
Ridge RTC provides a safe and supportive environment for teens with mental health issues. Our program is tailored to meet the needs of each teen, providing individualized therapy and counseling, as well as group therapy and recreational opportunities.
We offer 24-hour supervision from licensed clinical staff who are dedicated to helping teens reach their potential. Our facility also offers academic tutoring and vocational training to help teens prepare for the future.
If you or a loved one is interested in our teen residential treatment program, contact us today to learn more! Choose Ridge RTC for a program that truly makes a difference.
Megan, now the Medical Director at Ridge RTC, is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner with a rich history in medical and mental health services. Her journey includes six years as an Emergency Department Registered Nurse at Frisbie Memorial Hospital and a transformative tenure at Shortridge Academy. Starting as a student mentor at Shortridge in 2012, she climbed the ranks to become Residential Manager, a role that had her creating student trips and managing the residential environment. Before embarking on her medical career, Megan championed the cause of those with severe mental illness as a Case Manager at a community agency.