Eating Recovery Center of California Facilities

Eating Recovery Center of California is a Joint Commission-accredited center for eating disorders treatment and prevention based in Sacramento, California. Founded in 2000 by eating disorders experts and formerly known as Summit Eating Disorders and Outreach Program, Eating Recovery Center of California is a medically-supervised treatment program serving female and male adults and adolescents with Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder, Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS) and related conditions including trauma, substance abuse, exercise compulsion, diabetes and medical/psychiatric complications. A multidisciplinary team of professionals oversees comprehensive outpatient levels of care, including a seven day-per-week Partial Hospitalization Program, an Intensive Outpatient Program and flexible Outpatient programming in Sacramento, as well as flexible Outpatient services in Fresno. Eating Recovery Center of California works closely with Denver-based Eating Recovery Center, an international center providing comprehensive treatment for adults, adolescents and children struggling with the full spectrum of eating disorder diagnoses and co-occurring illnesses.

For more information about Eating Recovery Center of California’s programs and services, call 916.574.1000, email info@eatingrecoverycenterca.com, or visit www.eatingrecoverycenterca.com to chat confidentially with a Master’s-level eating disorders therapist from the Clinical Assessment team.

Eating Recovery Center of California
3610 American River Drive, Suite 140
Sacramento, CA 95864

Eating Recovery Center of California at Fresno
545 E. Alluvial Ave., Suite 108
Fresno, CA 93720

Directions to Eating Recovery Center of California’s Sacramento treatment center from major local highways:

From US-50:Take Watt Ave exit, EXIT 11
Keep right to take the Watt Ave North ramp
Merge onto Watt Ave
Take the American River Dr ramp
Keep right at the fork to go on American River Dr
3610 American River Dr is on the right

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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

I learned so much about the traits of the disorder and all of the parts about my character and inner landscape that I had never taken the time to appreciate. I am so grateful for the ERC.

-Emily S., former patient