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Partial Hospitalization Programs for Eating Disorders

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Partial Hospitalization, also called day hospital, is a comprehensive approach to treating mental illness, similar to inpatient hospital in services but without being confined. It involves 4-5 hours of group therapy, five days a week. Partial hospitalization provides a structured program of outpatient psychiatric services as an alternative to inpatient psychiatric care. It's more intense than care you get in a doctor's or therapist's office. This treatment is provided during the day and doesn't require an overnight stay. Here is how the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) defines partial hospitalization: A partial hospitalization program consists of a series of structured, face-to-face therapeutic sessions organized at various levels of intensity and frequency. Partial hospitalization programs are typically designed for persons who are experiencing increased symptomatology, disturbances in behavior, or other conditions that negatively impact the mental or behavioral health of the person served. The program must be able to address the presenting problems in a setting that is not residential or inpatient. Given this, the persons served in partial hospitalization do not pose an immediate risk to themselves or others. Services are provided for the purpose of diagnostic evaluation; active treatment of a person’s condition; or to prevent relapse, hospitalization, or incarceration. Such a program functions as an alternative to inpatient care, as transitional care following an inpatient stay in lieu of continued hospitalization, as a step-down service, or when the severity of symptoms is such that success in a less acute level of care is tenuous.

The following list of Partial Hospitals accepts patients from all across the United States, Canada and worldwide.

This is not a comprehensive list of all of our inpatient treatment centers, just the ones that are partial hospital based. 
For a complete list of treatment centers, click here.

Arizona:

Mirasol

Rosewood Capri


California:

Alternative Options Counseling Center, Inc.

Aspire Wellness Center

The Bella Passione Residential Healing Program

The Bella Vita in Los Angeles

The Bella Vita in San Fernando Valley

Center For Discovery Beverly Hills

Center For Discovery Danville

Center For Discovery Del Mar

Center For Discovery Del Mar IOP/PHP

Center For Discovery Downey

Center For Discovery Fremont

Center For Discovery La Habra

Center For Discovery La Jolla

Center For Discovery Lakewood

Center For Discovery Los Alamitos

Center For Discovery Menlo Park

Center For Discovery Newport Beach

Center For Discovery Palos Verdes

Center For Discovery Sacramento

Cielo House, Inc.

Eating Disorder Center of Fresno

Eating Recovery Center, California

The Healthy Teen Project

La Ventana Treatment Programs

Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center Eating Disorder Program

The Lotus Collaborative San Francisco

The Lotus Collaborative Santa Cruz

Sarah Lowenthal, MD

Marin Vista Health and Wellness Center

The Mermaid House Supportive Living

Monarch Cove Treatment Center

Montecatini

Reasons Eating Disorder Center

Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital Eating Disorders Program

Shoreline Center for Eating Disorder Treatment

Sovereign Health of San Clemente

Eating Recovery Center, Colorado


Connecticut:

Center For Discovery Fairfield

Center For Discovery Greenwich

Center For Discovery Mine Hill

Center For Discovery South Port

Walden Behavioral Care


Florida:

Canopy Cove Eating Disorder Treatment Center

Center For Discovery Orlando

Oliver-Pyatt Centers

Rogers Behavioral Health -Tampa Bay


Georgia:

Atlanta Center for Eating Disorders


Illinois:


Center For Discovery Glenview

ERC Insight Behavioral Health Centers

Rogers Behavioral Health – Chicago


Louisiana:



Maryland:

The Johns Hopkins Eating Disorders Program

Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt


Massachusetts:


McLean Hospital's Klarman Eating Disorders Center

Walden Behavioral Care


Michigan:

Inner Door Center® Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program

Beverly Price, RD, MA, E-RYT, CEDS


Minnesota:

Melrose Center


Missouri:

Castlewood Treatment Center

McCallum Place Columbia, MO

McCallum Place St. Louis


Nevada:

Center for Hope of the Sierras


New Jersey:

GenPsych, PC


New York:

Aurora Behavioral Health

Jeffrey DeSarbo, D.O., Psychiatrist

John T. Mather Memorial Hospital Eating Disorder Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Program

Monte Nido Manhattan

Upstate New York Eating Disorder Service

Juliane J. Zenn, MD


North Carolina:

Tapestry Residential Eating Disorder Program

TranscendED

Veritas Collaborative

Willow Place



Ohio:

The Center for Balanced Living

Eating Recovery Center, Ohio

The Emily Program - Cleveland (Cleveland Center for Eating Disorders)

River Centre Clinic

Oregon:

Eating Disorder Program at Providence St. Vincent

Monte Nido's Eating Disorder Center of Eugene (EDCE)

Monte Nido's Eating Disorder Center of Portland (EDCP)

Tennessee:

Fairhaven Treatment Center

Focus Treatment Centers

The Ranch

Scales Nutritional and Wellness Center

Virginia:

Center For Discovery Fairfax

Veritas Collaborative


Washington:

Center For Discovery Bellevue

Center For Discovery Bellevue IOP/PHP

Center For Discovery Edmonds

The Center - A Place of Hope

The Emily Program

The Emily Program - South Sound

Eating Recovery Center, Washington

Opal: Food+Body Wisdom


Wisconsin:

Aloria Health

Aurora Psychiatric Hospital

Rogers Memorial Hospital – Oconomowoc

Melissa Walden, MS, LPC







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