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Every journey begins with a single step.
But not every beginning requires such a remarkable amount of courage. Our Admissions Team is here to help you through every step of the admissions process. From the moment you reach out, we will provide support, education, and guidance to ensure that you or your loved one receives the care needed—and that means the right level of care at the right time.
Please provide contact information below or call us directly at 855-875-5812. If this is an emergency, call 911 or your nearest hospital.
There is never a good time for eating disorder treatment. Maybe there’s a family vacation, an important sports season, or an upcoming dance competition. Maybe you’ve started a new job or have deadlines to meet. Or maybe your kids, your spouse, your boss—they just need you right now, for whatever reason.
Life’s demands may lead us to conclude that an eating disorder isn’t so serious after all, and to make the decision to put off treatment. We understand. It’s why we take such care to meet you wherever you are in life, to take all your needs into account, and to do everything we can to make a challenging process as easy as it can be, from admission to discharge.
Yes, there are people who need you, other places you need to be, and things you want to do—but taking care of one’s health must come first.
Step 1: Reach Out
Reach out to our admissions team at 1-855-875-5812 or complete the form below. No referral necessary. We’re here when you need us—7 days a week. We’ll answer any questions, talk about what you’re experiencing, collect information (name, contact info, and insurance details), and schedule your intake.
Step 2: Eating Disorder Assessment
During your intake, you’ll be asked a series of questions related to your relationship with food and body image. Then, an Intake Therapist will review your results and work with you to develop a customized treatment plan.
Step 3: Admission
After your intake, we’ll schedule an admission date and facilitate any necessary lodging so you can begin treatment.