A Family of Freestanding Behavioral Health Facilities in Chattanooga, TN
Serving Children, Adults and Seniors in the Southeast
Compassion, empathy and highly skilled behavioral healthcare form the foundation upon which Parkridge Valley Hospital provides treatment for mental, emotional and behavioral health conditions. Our four campuses are located across nearly 70 miles, ranging from Cleveland, Tennessee, to Jasper, Tennessee, and our reach extends far beyond. We are staffed by psychiatrists, therapists, counselors and other specialists who offer unparalleled expertise in treating different mental health disorders.
All of our campuses provide treatment in safe, compassionate environments.
Parkridge Valley Adult & Senior
The Parkridge Valley Adult and Senior campus addresses the mental health needs of men and women older than 18, providing treatments for anxiety, depression and substance abuse. Providers use a wide variety of activities, such as yoga and gardening, to enrich patients’ courses of treatment.
Parkridge Valley Child & Adolescent
The Parkridge Valley Child and Adolescent campus serves the psychiatric needs of children under the age of 18. The pastoral campus spans 80 acres, and providers incorporate outdoor activities, such as hiking, disc golf, swimming and a ropes course into therapeutic regimens. Valley Academy, located on the Child & Adolescent campus, offers a safe environment in which children who need a more structured, supervised scholastic environment attend class.
Parkridge Valley Cleveland
At Parkridge Valley Cleveland, men and women with substance abuse issues receive outpatient treatment to help them break cycles of addiction, misuse or abuse.
Parkridge Valley West
Parkridge Valley West – a behavioral health hospital located on the scenic campus of Parkridge West Hospital in Jasper, Tennessee - offers adult inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services to residents of Marion and its surrounding counties.
Our RESPOND community helpline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by calling (423) 499-2300 or (800) 542-9600.
This community service provides immediate information and referral assistance.