About 30 million Americans have an eating disorder such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder, and the number is on the rise. Many people who have eating disorders make every effort to hide their illness, so more may actually be affected. Sadly, eating disorders carry one of the highest mortality rates of all mental disorders, yet few people affected receive adequate treatment.
Eating disorders affect people of all ages, genders, and ethnic backgrounds, but young women and adolescent girls are most commonly affected. Eating disorders are characterized by consistently under- or overeating to the point at which physical health and/or psychosocial functioning are compromised. Without treatment, eating disorders tend to get worse over time, but recovery is possible with the right treatment.
Evidence-based treatments mark our mental health, addiction and other programs.
All our locations treat addiction and dual diagnosis, while some offer additional specialized programs.
We offer adults and adolescents residential, outpatient and other levels of care.
A multidisciplinary team works together to provide the best care for every diagnosis.
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