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Levels of Care at The Center for Eating Disorders


One of the greatest assets of The Center for Eating Disorders is our comprehensive Levels of Carecontinuum of care.  We offer a full range of treatment programs that provide varying levels of support for individuals at each stage of their illness and recovery.  Patients are able to enter the program at a level of care that matches their specific needs and then progress through lower levels as they move forward in the process of recovery.  If a person has a setback they can easily move back into a higher level of care for additional support and stabilization and then step back down when ready.

Every one of our treatment approaches responds to the psychiatric and medical aspects of eating disorders, and is tailored to meet the individual needs of each patient and their recovery.  Click on the links below to find out more about each of our levels of care.

Eating disorders are often tied to other underlying psychiatric issues, such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and substance abuse. Within every level of care, The Center for Eating Disorders has the expertise to address these conditions as well, including two specialized treatment tracks for Substance Abuse and Trauma Disorders.

We devote our knowledge and resources to assisting patients in achieving symptom blockade, identifying and targeting factors that serve in the maintenance of the illness and, over time, developing an understanding of what led them down the path to an eating disorder so that they may move forward in recovery.

If you have any questions about our continuum of care or you would like to complete an over-the-phone assessment to find out what level of care might be best suited for you or a loved one, please call our admissions coordinators at (410) 938-5252.  

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