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Eating Recovery Center, Dallas, Announces New Inpatient Treatment Program

Eating disorder treatment facility opens expanded program on June 15 to increase access to the very best care for patients and families.

Eating disorder treatment facility opens expanded program on June 15 to increase access to the very best care for patients and families

Eating Recovery Center, Dallas (ERC Dallas), a trusted provider of comprehensive treatment for eating disorders, has expanded its partial hospitalization program (PHP). ERC Dallas’s expansion delivers on the center’s continued commitment to increase access to the very best care for patients, families and providers of care in the treatment of and recovery from eating and related disorders.

The expansion includes a new fully functioning kitchen, dining room, teaching kitchen, art therapy room and additional group rooms for patients to help provide the best treatment experience possible.

“It’s critical that we transition patients back into daily routines to help extend their journey of recovery,” said Stephanie Setliff, MD, Medical Director at ERC Dallas. “With this expansion, we can better serve more members of the Dallas community who suffer from eating disorders and help them get back to normal life.”

ERC Dallas’s Partial Hospitalization Program offers the structure of residential eating disorders treatment, while providing opportunities for patients to practice recovery outside of the controlled treatment environment during the evenings. While most partial hospitalization programs consist of six to eight hours of daily treatment for five to seven days per week, ERC Dallas extends beyond that; its multidisciplinary team oversees patients 11 hours a day seven days a week. ERC Dallas’s partial hospitalization program also includes:

  • Treatment teams consisting of psychiatrists, registered dietitians, and primary and family therapists
  • Curriculum emphasizing the development of lifelong recovery skills
  • Peer-supported and recovery-focused lodging conveniently located near the treatment center

Eating Recovery Center, Dallas (ERC Dallas), a trusted provider of comprehensive treatment for eating disorders, has expanded its partial hospitalization program (PHP). ERC Dallas’s expansion delivers on the center’s continued commitment to increase access to the very best care for patients, families and providers of care in the treatment of and recovery from eating and related disorders.

The expansion includes a new fully functioning kitchen, dining room, teaching kitchen, art therapy room and additional group rooms for patients to help provide the best treatment experience possible.

“It’s critical that we transition patients back into daily routines to help extend their journey of recovery,” said Stephanie Setliff, MD, Medical Director at ERC Dallas. “With this expansion, we can better serve more members of the Dallas community who suffer from eating disorders and help them get back to normal life.”

ERC Dallas’s Partial Hospitalization Program offers the structure of residential eating disorders treatment, while providing opportunities for patients to practice recovery outside of the controlled treatment environment during the evenings. While most partial hospitalization programs consist of six to eight hours of daily treatment for five to seven days per week, ERC Dallas extends beyond that; its multidisciplinary team oversees patients 11 hours a day seven days a week. ERC Dallas’s partial hospitalization program also includes:

  • Treatment teams consisting of psychiatrists, registered dietitians, and primary and family therapists
  • Curriculum emphasizing the development of lifelong recovery skills
  • Peer-supported and recovery-focused lodging conveniently located near the treatment center

For additional information about ERC Dallas and its programs, call 972-600-2361 or email Dallas@EatingRecovery.com to speak with a Master’s-level eating disorder clinician.

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