About Eating Recovery Center

Located in Denver, Colorado, Eating Recovery Center is an international center for eating disorders recovery providing comprehensive treatment for anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder and eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS).

A licensed, Joint Commission-accredited behavioral hospital, Eating Recovery Center was founded by a team of leading experts whose goal was to fuse evidence-based findings and innovation to create a center of excellence for the treatment of eating disorders. Eating Recovery Center offers the full spectrum of eating disorders treatment services for female and male adults, adolescents and children, including Inpatient, Residential, Partial Hospitalization and Outpatient programs.

Multidisciplinary treatment teams understand the challenges of eating disorders recovery and are deeply committed to guiding you or your loved one to a lasting recovery. Each treatment team consists of a psychiatrist, psychotherapist, family therapist, dietitian, nurse, case manager, aftercare coordinator and other related patient support staff. A full-time internal medicine physician is also available to all patients.

Welcome to Eating Recovery Center–your place for healing and lasting recovery.

Watch the short video below to learn more about Eating Recovery Center from Dr. Ken Weiner, founding partner and Chief Executive Officer, and Dr. Craig Johnson, Chief Clinical Officer.

Resources

Eating Disorders in College

The transition to a college campus and a new freedom-filled life leads students to create new life paths and lasting relationships. What can we do when this major transition contributes to an eating disorder in a friend or family member?

Testimonials

“This treatment was worth it. I am not a failure for coming here. Things do happen for a reason. I couldn’t have come to the place that I’m at without this treatment and without the staff. They helped and added to my experience. They helped me to survive and more so, they helped me to live.”

-Amelia T., former patient