If you are looking for short-term acute inpatient treatment for yourself or a loved one, or longer-term treatment for your child, Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital can help. We provide quality inpatient psychiatric services for children, teens and adults and residential treatment for children and teens. Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital can provide the support and structure patients need to help them recover in a secure environment.
A multidisciplinary team provides 24-hour care to help stabilize patients living with an acute psychiatric illness. We help patients in crisis by establishing a treatment plan that can include medication management, intensive therapy and discharge planning. Our goal is to help patients regain functioning so they can transition to a lesser level of care in the shortest time possible.
Our residential treatment program serves children and teens, ages 5–17, in separate units. We can help patients struggling with emotional and behavioral issues such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and other general psychiatric disorders. Our mission is to provide the long-term treatment your child needs in a compassionate, structured environment that includes schooling in the Mid-Del School District during the school year. A team of dedicated specialists deliver intensive, individualized treatment for your child so they can return home with improved social and coping skills, increased self-esteem and a brighter future.
Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission and licensed by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services.
We want to deliver the best services possible. If you have concerns about your care, we would like to hear from you. Please call 405-605-6111.
Visit the following local and national resources related to mental health:
State of Oklahoma
Oklahoma Department of Human Services
National Mental Health Association
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Yana Jarma, D.O, Medical Director
Dr. Yana Jarman is Board Certified in General Psychiatry and is fluent in Russian and English. This enables her to help break down language barriers that keep patients and families from succeeding in their journeys to healing.
Dr. Jarman received her Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from Oklahoma State University in 2003. She was also on the list of “Who’s Who Among American Medical Students” in 2002. Since then, she has worked at a number of facilities, both private and public. She has held numerous leadership positions in her career, including Medical Director of Southern Plains Treatment Center and Medical Director at Red Rock Behavioral Health. Dr. Jarman is a member of the American Osteopathic Association and the American Psychiatric Association.
Nathan Davis, M.D.
Dr. Nathan Davis is Board Certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He is from Norman, Oklahoma and is very engaged in his field. In 2004, Dr. Davis was the junior author of a medical study that looked into the minds and lives of Hurricane Katrina survivors who relocated to Oklahoma after the tragedy.
He received his medical degree from, and completed his psychiatric residency at the University of Oklahoma in June 2011. Dr. Davis completed his fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma’s Department of Psychiatry. He currently works at Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital, a mental health treatment center for adults and seniors.
His area of expertise is primarily Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and crisis evaluation, stabilization, and intervention. In addition to balancing his work experience and education fellowship, Dr. Davis is a member of several psychiatric organizations including the American Psychiatric Association.
Christopher Snyder, D.O.
Christopher Snyder is Board Certified in Psychiatry and a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Snyder is passionate about providing psychiatric and medical care to all ages. He grew up in Edmond, OK and earned a full scholarship in Leadership to the University of Central Oklahoma where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Minor in Chemistry. While at UCO he served in multiple leadership capacities including the President’s Leadership Council, President of Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society and Chief Justice of the UCO Supreme Court. Dr. Snyder attended Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences where he earned his Medical Degree.
Dr. Snyder completed his Psychiatry Residency training at The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in Tulsa, Oklahoma. During his residency training at OU, he was awarded “Outstanding Senior Resident in Clinical Care” and “Excellence in Teaching”. While at OU College of Medicine, he did additional fellowship training specializing in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry due to his passion for children.
Dr. Snyder engages in a holistic approach to patient care treating the mind, body and spirit. Having earned a 1st degree Black Belt in the martial arts, it as instilled in Dr. Snyder a philosophy of perseverance, dedication, and intrigue in the power of the mind influencing human behavior. Dr. Snyder is a member of the American Medical Association, American Psychiatric Association and American Osteopathic Association.
CEO – Heather Joseph
CFO – Kyle Smith
CNO – Chris Weigel
Administrator of Clinical Services – Cesiley Bouseman
Director of Risk Management – Becky Mosier
Director of Business Development – Lacey Callahan
Director of Admissions – Olivia Makanya
Director of Utilization & Review – Jac Crawford
Director of Human Resources, Cedar Ridge – Rose Adams
Director of Human Resources, Cedar Ridge at Bethany – Ben Wilkerson
Clinical Director, Cedar Ridge at Bethany – Melanie Johnson
Milieu Manager – Ben Still
Director of Medical Records – Gwen Endicott
Director of Plant Operations – Daniel Leonard
Patient Advocate – Megan Holte
Assistant Director of Nursing, Cedar Ridge at Bethany – Brooke Bramlett
Assistant Director of Nursing, Cedar Ridge – Chris King
Nurse Education/Infection Control Manager – Debbie Dahl
The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention (Action Alliance), a public-private partnership, has partnered with Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital, to strengthen the country’s clinical capacity to provide innovative suicide prevention and care. The partnership significantly advances one of the central priorities of the Action Alliance—to transform health systems and reduce suicides—and marks Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital’s commitment to be at the leading edge of the transformation.
As a proud supporter of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital provides education and resources to the communities we serve.
If your child or adolescent is struggling with emotional and behavioral health issues, Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital may be able to help. Call 405-605-6111 today for a confidential, no-cost assessment. We are available to receive calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.