Cedar Ridge Hospital provides residential treatment to children and teens, ages 5 – 17. Our programs are designed to address the specific needs of children and adolescents struggling with emotional and behavioral issues. We treat individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and general psychiatric disorders including bipolar, mood, or oppositional defiance.

We provide:

  • Psychiatric services
  • Individual, group and family therapy
  • Recreational therapy
  • Nursing services – RN and LPN
  • Medical services
  • Treatment and social skills planning
  • Education program

Our secure facility includes:

  • Locked door, staff-secure facility with electronic / magnetic key system
  • 24 hour staff supervision
  • 24 hour monitored fire alarm system
  • Fire sprinkler system in all resident areas

Admission Criteria:

  • Males and females, 5-17 years of age upon admission
  • IQ for each case individually reviewed
  • DSM 5 Diagnosis
  • May be suitable for children and adolescents who are acting out in school and out of school
  • Outbursts are happening on more than one occasion
  • Parents/Guardians and school officials really don’t know what to do next
  • Most recent occurrence happened within the last 72 hours
  • Currently in outpatient counseling for at least six months with no improved results

This list is not inclusive of all issues a family may be facing. If you feel that your child meets any of the above criteria, please call for a free assessment. We accept Anheuser-Busch EAP, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Community Care, Health Choice, MHNet, TRICARE® South, Magellan, Cigna, Value Options, Medicare, OSMA Health and Oklahoma Medicaid, Preferred Community Choice

For insurances not listed above, please call and ask for our business office 405-605-6111. In most cases our business office can work with your individual insurance plan.

For further information or to make a referral, contact 405-605-6114.

Treatment Team
Many different people will be involved in your treatment. You will be assigned to a doctor. He or she will see you every week. You will be assigned to a therapist who will help you to make your Treatment Plan – the goals that you will work on while you are here. There will also be nurses, mental health techs (MHTs), and recreational therapy staff here every day to help you to accomplish your treatment goals.

You will be enrolled in the Mid-Del School District. You will attend school every day during the regular school year.


  • You may be prescribed medication by your doctor.
  • Your parents or guardians will give consent for all medications before they are given. The doctor and nurse will teach you what medications you are on and explain why.