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Ramapo Ridge Behavioral Health

Every person matters.

We have always believed in the value and dignity of each and every person, no matter what challenges they might face. Today, Ramapo Ridge Behavioral Health (RRBH) carries on our original mission to provide loving, compassionate care to people with mental illness.

RRBH is a 58-bed psychiatric hospital licensed by the State of New Jersey and accredited by The Joint Commission. The hospital consists of two divisions: a general adult psychiatric program and a geriatric psychiatric program which specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses including, but not limited to, depression and Alzheimer’s disease. Both programs are designed for adults who require inpatient care, and full-time staff physicians are available to treat non-acute medical problems.

Patients in both programs benefit from a full range of treatment services. An interdisciplinary team develops individualized treatment plans designed to help patients reach their goals. The treatment team includes:

  • A psychiatrist (oversees the plan)
  • An internist
  • Psychiatric nurses and aides
  • Social workers
  • Activities therapists
  • A dietitian
  • A chaplain

Daily therapeutic treatment includes medication, individual and group therapy, psychoeducation, therapeutic activities, family support, and pastoral care services. Family members are included in treatment planning whenever possible and with the patient’s consent. When requested by an individual, faith integration is part of treatment.

To visit patients at RRBH, please call (201) 848-4248.


The Ramapo Ridge Behavioral Health Admissions office is available 24 hours a day and can be reached at (201) 848-5500. We are licensed to accept both voluntary and involuntary patients. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance.

If you are seeking assistance for a mental health issue, please call the Ramapo Ridge Behavioral Health Admissions Team at (201) 848-5500.

If this is a psychiatric emergency, please contact your local hospital emergency room or the psychiatric screening center for your county:

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