Eating Disorder Treatment Facility for Children and Adolescents

Located in Denver’s Lowry neighborhood, just east of Downtown Denver, the Behavioral Hospital for Children and Adolescents houses the Inpatient, Residential and Partial Hospitalization programs for girls and boys ages 10 through 17.

8140 E. 5th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80230

Directions to the Eating Recovery Center Behavioral Hospital for Children and Adolescents from major local highways:

From I-25:
Take exit 209A toward 6th Avenue East
Merge onto 6th Avenue Fwy
Continue onto W. 6th Avenue
Slight right at E. 6th Avenue
Continue on E. 6th Avenue through Quebec St.
Turn right onto Trenton Street
Continue onto 5th Avenue
From I-70:
Take exit 278 for CO-35/Quebec Street toward Northfield
Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Johnson and Wales University and merge onto Quebec Street
Turn left at E. 6th Avenue
Take third right onto Trenton Street
Continue onto E. 5th Avenue
From I-225:
Take exit 9 for CO-30 W./E. 6th Avenue
Head west on E. 6th Avenue
Continue onto E. Lowry Blvd.
At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on E. Lowry Blvd.
At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto Uinta Way
Turn left at E. 5th Avenue

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Testimonials

“Eating Recovery Center helped me solidify the person that I allowed myself to grow into. I grabbed onto EVERYTHING that I always wanted and it was like touching a hot stone. It burned, but the longer and more tightly I held onto it, it eventually fused with who I am. It became the very warmth [...]

-Laura C., former Eating Recovery Center patient