Eating Disorder Treatment Partial Hospitalization Program for Adults

Located in Denver’s Lowry neighborhood, just east of Downtown Denver, Eating Recovery Center’s Partial Hospitalization Program for Adults is located at the following location:

Partial Hospitalization Program for Adults:

8190 E. 1st Avenue, Suite 105
Denver, CO 80230

Please note Outpatient Services’ (IOP, EIOP and general Outpatient programming) new location:

7900 E. 1st Avenue, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80230

Directions to Eating Recovery Center Partial Hospitalization Program 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.
At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto Uinta Way
Turn right onto E. 1st 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
At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto Uinta Way
Turn right onto E. 1st 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. 1st Avenue

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Eating Disorder Facts

This informational flyer outlines need-to-know facts about eating disorders, including the prevalence of the illnesses, common types of eating disorders, medical complications of eating disorders and eating disorder recovery.

Testimonials

“It is so helpful to not have to grope around in the dark with so many of the issues of a complicated disease that threatens the life and well being of those you hold most dear to your heart. Family Days gives me knowledge that serves as a tool to not only help us as parents, but to help us better support our loved ones.”

-Beverly K., parent of patient