The “view from the
ridge” shows what’s possible—and how to get there.
Ridgeview Institute, a private, not-for-profit
hospital treating people with addiction or mental health problems, has
earned a national reputation for care and service. Since 1976,
more than 70,000 people
have turned to Ridgeview in crisis, in despair, and in hope.
At our quiet campus in
suburban Atlanta, patients and their families find cost-effective,
highest-quality treatment, grounded in the experience and compassion of
our clinical leaders and staff.
Through a comprehensive
array of programs, we serve youth, young adults, adults, older adults,
and professionals who need intervention, and women affected by eating
Every program at
Ridgeview helps the patient acquire both the courage and the skills to
begin a new life.
12th Annual Candlelight
Thursday, February 25,
2016 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Silent Art Auction: 5:30pm - 6:15pm
Vigil: 6:15pm - 7:30pm
The Candlelight Vigil was
originally developed by ANAD as a nationwide grassroots
event dedicated to eating disorder awareness and prevention.
Women’s Services Alumni Association is pleased to sponsor
this vigil as an opportunity to promote healthy body image,
good health and positive self esteem.
Please join us for
live music, speakers and a candle lighting ceremony to
remember those past and present who have struggled with
The ceremony will
replace the regular Thursday evening Multi-family Education
Ridgeview Institute, Day
No pre-registration required.
Cost: Free. Candles will be provided.
Call 770-434-4568 x4515 for questions