Treatment for Adult Patients
We provide eating disorder treatment and mood and anxiety disorder treatment for all genders ages 18 and older — bringing together a highly experienced team of experts to address the physical, psychological and social implications of these illnesses.
Getting Started with Eating Disorder Treatment
Adult patients of all genders enter treatment at the appropriate level of care they need. This determination is generally based on medical complications, acuity of symptoms and past treatment history.
- Partial Hospitalization
- On-site Intensive Outpatient
- Virtual Intensive Outpatient – Eating Recovery At Home
- Outpatient Services
- Medical Stabilization for Extreme Eating Disorders
In treatment, adults receive medical and nutritional support from experienced professionals — addressing complications associated with a number of different eating disorders and mood and anxiety disorders. In addition, therapeutic interventions, like Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) are used to help adult patients learn how to create a rich and meaningful life in recovery. Using ACT, patients are supported in treatment to identify what they value in life. They learn and practice the tools to help them take committed action and achieve the lives they want to live.
As adult patients move along the path of recovery, they can step-down among the levels of care within our comprehensive service offerings. Stepping down to levels of care with more autonomy helps patients protect their recovery as they reconnect with their lives outside of the treatment center by testing their skills while still in an environment of structure and support.
Locations for Adult Treatment
Eating Recovery Center Oregon - Virtual Programs
Eating Recovery Center Sacramento
3610 American River Dr, Suite 140
Sacramento, CA 95864
Eating Recovery Center Chicago - Huron
150 E Huron St
Chicago, IL 60611
Eating Recovery Center Chicago Oak Brook
1010 Jorie Blvd Suite 200
Oak Brook, IL 60523
Adult Levels of Care
Adult Levels of Care
Adult Inpatient Program Inpatient Eating Disorder Treatment The foundation of any eating disorder recovery begins with medical and mood stabilization. Based in Denver, Colorado, our Inpatient programming is designed to support women and men that are acutely ill and are experiencing medical and mood instability as a result of their eating disorder.
Adult Residential Program Residential Eating Disorder Treatment Our Residential program is designed for patients that need 24-hour support but no longer require the same intensity of medical support and stabilization of Inpatient programming. The Residential program offers round-the-clock observation and support, as well as daytime medical and psychiatric supervision.
Adult Partial Hospitalization
Adult Partial Hospitalization Program Partial Hospitalization Eating Disorder Treatment Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) offers some of the intensity and structure of Residential eating disorders treatment while providing additional opportunities to practice recovery outside of the controlled treatment environment during evenings at home or in peer-supported apartment communities.
Adult On-site Intensive Outpatient
Adult Intensive Outpatient Program Intensive Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a flexible program that allows patients to work, go to school or care for children during the day and sleep at home at night.
Adult Virtual Intensive Outpatient – Eating Recovery At Home
Eating Recovery At Home (our virtual Intensive Outpatient Program) offers the same proven care and outcomes as our on-site IOP for patients who have limited access to treatment, have time constraints due to work, school, or family obligations or are reluctant to receive in-person treatment.
Adult Outpatient Services
Adult Outpatient Services Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Outpatient programming focuses on teaching and practicing the skills necessary for patients to remain healthy and protect their recovery after leaving treatment. Patients can admit directly into Outpatient care, or step down to Outpatient programming from a higher level of care.