Welcome To Horizon Ridge Clinic
Mental Health Facility
The first step on your path to health, wellbeing, and building a brighter future. Horizon Ridge Clinic is a mental health facility dedicated to the treatment of mental health disorders and substance abuse in children, adolescents, and adults – while offering support and counseling to their families.
Browse our website to get detailed information about us, our programs, meet our founder – dedicated clinical staff, and much more.
Competent Mental Health Care
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Our Services will:
Dignity & Privacy
Protect the dignity and privacy of the individuals served.
Be within the financial reach of anyone in need.
Advised & Sound
Provide empirically advised and clinically sound therapy.
Respond to community diversity through culturally sensitive consumer focused care.
Target outcomes that satisfy the consumer and demonstrate program effectiveness.
Meet Our Team
Who we are
About Our Center
Learn about us
“We specialize in working with families, individuals and groups with mental health, substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorder”
Horizon Ridge Clinic is a contracted agency that provides and is responsible for mental health services, targeted case management or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse services.
The main objective of Horizon Ridge Clinic is to provide a wide range of quality mental health services to Medicaid recipients, other insurance carriers, cash-paying clients and low-income non-insured county residents. Horizon Ridge Clinic specialize in working with families, individuals and groups with mental health, substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorder with treatments tailor-made for the unique issues of the individual.
Our comprehensive programs begin during the initial clinical assessment, where our expert staff conducts a thorough evaluation for any potential co-occurring conditions in order to create an accurate diagnosis so that each client gets the right treatment designed for their individual needs.
“I have strived to serve the community and empower individuals to take control of their existence.”
I have served the community for more than 25 years in various capacities in order to support the rich heritage of diversity while instilling the idea that we have choices and can create pathways to successful futures. My hope and goal is to help others help themselves and pass the torch to those who are waiting to lead.
I hold a Liberal Arts degree in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, and a Master of Arts degree in Behavioral Science, concentration in Conflict Management and Negotiations.
I taught, supervised, managed, and directed 15-30 programs over the past 15 plus years for at-risk youth, youthful molesters (between the ages of 11-21), homeless youth, foster children, foster parents, community awareness programs, mentoring programs, HIV/AIDS prevention, mental health programs, court advocacy, drug addictions, counseling, and day treatment programs, to name some.
In the early 1990’s I was afforded the opportunity to work as the Los Angeles County Coordinator for the AIDS Prevention Team (APT) to conduced one of the first national HIV Behavioral Surveillance Assessments for the Los Angeles County on HIV/AIDS sexual practices of Men of Color. The target populations included: African American, Hispanic, Asian/Island Pacific, and Native American. The survey was conducted in 21 metropolitan cities throughout the United States. In Los Angeles, we surveyed over 6,000 individual men within Los Angeles County. This report was submitted to Washington DC National Task Force on HIV/AIDS during the Clinton Administration which paved the way to multi-millions of dollars of prevention education funds that was made available to communities of color back in 1994-95. I later became the Mental Health Director for the AIDS Prevention Team (APT) in Los Angeles, California where we serves over 5,000 men, women, children and families affected by HIV/AIDS epidemic.
I have received honors from Councilman Nate Holden, Senator Maxine Waters, and Honorable Yvonne Burke, for my community work, outreach, cultural affairs and program designs for minority communities in Los Angeles County.
When I moved to Las Vegas in 2008, I worked for several behavioral health agencies developing their intake departments, programs, policies and procedures, clinical designs, promotion/advertising, outreach, hiring clinical staff, client recruitment, community collaborations, supervision, quality assurance, and administration. I’ve worked for the State of Nevada with the developmentally disabled and for Clark County as a Family Services Supervisor for the Department of Family Services, Child Protective Services in North Las Vegas.
I am honored and humble with this opportunity to embraced all that I have learned, experienced and challenged into a well-rounded agency that will serve the community with the intent of providing excellent opportunities to wellness and self-sufficiency.
Bruce A. Eddins
“We are dedicated to the overall health and wellbeing of every patient”
Horizon Ridge Clinic also has a Wellness Clinic dedicated to the overall health and wellbeing of every patient – in association with their mental health therapy, possible medications, as well as any other medical disorders the patient may have.
Horizon Ridge Clinic is passionate about the overall quality of health as well as life of every patient involved in any programs our facility provides – along with the environment and community they are apart of.
“Our mission is to prepare interning psychologists for ethical, competent and culturally sensitive practices”
It is the mission of the Horizon Ridge Clinic to prepare interning psychologists for ethical, competent and culturally sensitive practices in a multidisciplinary, community mental health setting. It is our goal for interns to complete our program with competence in assessment, evaluation, treatment of a community population from children to adults, and to be excellent models of professionalism in psychology. Further it is our goal that interns be capable of planning, implementing, and evaluating treatment as direct providers, supervisors, and consultants. It is our intent that the interning psychologist graduate from our program with a clear sense of self as a professional psychologist in a changing political and healthcare environment.
Each goal listed below is developed throughout the internship with specific objectives, requirements, and methods of evaluation to insure that the intern demonstrates accomplishment in each area on completion of the program.
Interns will leave our program with the following:
- Awareness of their own cultural biases and with demonstrated ability to function with sensitivity and competence with those of other cultures.
Requirements: Discussions in individual and group clinical supervision, documentation of diverse caseload, case presentation – demonstrating ability to integrate and conceptualize incorporating diversity variables.
- Professional competency in preparing integrated psychological testing reports, utilizing objective and projective measures, at a professional level of competence.
Requirements: Individual clinical supervision, case presentations – demonstrating ability to select appropriate measures, the rationale for testing selection, the ability to integrate test data, completion of psychological testing batteries – incorporating objective and projective measures, and documentation of satisfactory evaluation by supervisory staff.
- Professional competency in assessment and diagnosis of clients in all diagnostic categories and of all ages.
Requirements: Completion of intake assessments and treatment plans, documentation of a varied caseload, documentation of satisfactory evaluation by supervisory staff, case presentations – demonstrating ability to assess and diagnose clients.
- Professional competency in developing, and executing a treatment plan utilizing research supported methods of treatment.
Requirements: Discussion in individual and group clinical supervision, review of treatment plan documentation, case presentation – demonstrating relevant literature supporting treatment approach, weekly documentation in group and individual psychotherapy, leadership or co-leadership of at least 1 adult and/or 1 child group during the year, documentation of satisfactory evaluation by supervisory staff.
- Professional competency in providing pragmatic consultation and research assistance to programs in a community mental health care setting.
Requirements: Development of a consultation project – with an internal department demonstrating consultation and research skills, seminar participation, presentation of consultation project process and results.
- Beginning competency in an area of specialization.
Requirements: Selection of at least 1 area of specialization and satisfactory completion of all requirements, documentation of satisfactory evaluation by supervisory staff, presentation to psychology staff and interns.
- Professional competency in providing supervision to others.
Requirements: Participation in supervision seminars and practicum in the provision of supervision to peers and other professionals.
- A clear sense of identity as an ethical and professional psychologist, knowledgeable of the current mental health milieu.
Requirements: Participation in group professional development supervision, individual clinical supervision, seminar attendance, presentation of relevant articles at case staffing, presentation of dissertation or other research, preparation of theory of change papers, documentation of satisfactory evaluation by supervisory staff.