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Welcome to Eating Recovery Center, the only fully vertically integrated national healthcare system exclusively dedicated to the treatment of eating disorders and related conditions. We provide treatment for all genders and ages, at all levels of severity and stages of illness.
Eating Recovery Center’s mission is to provide the very best care to patients, families, and providers of care in the treatment of and recovery from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder and related conditions.

With over 1,100 employees Eating Recovery Center’s vast national network of facilities treats over 5,000 patients each year. Our unique medical, psychiatric, and psychological treatment is delivered by a multidisciplinary care team that is committed to the highest quality of care as well as to lasting recovery.

Eating Recovery Center is dedicated to practicing evidence-based treatment and individualized care for those struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, other specified feeding and eating disorders. We also offer inpatient psychiatric stabilization and secondary substance use disorder within our addiction recovery track.

We lead the industry in clinical experience and thought leadership, professional and consumer education, family involvement and aftercare support, research, and innovation.

Here at Eating Recovery Center we pride ourselves on meeting our clients wherever they are in the recovery process. Whether you are in need of medical stabilization through our partners at Acute Center For Eating Disorders, the center of excellence for life-saving medical care, or additional support in your home environment; Eating Recovery Center can help.

We offer all levels of care from 24-hour live in support such as residential or inpatient treatment, to partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. We even provide virtual intensive outpatient programs.

We are also proud to partner with Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center for treatment of mood and anxiety disorders. Eating Recovery Center is here to be an essential part of your recovery.

Eating Recovery Center leads the industry in overall outcomes with up to eighty percent of patients who receive and complete treatment recovering or improving significantly. Our patients and family satisfaction shows ninety-one percent of adult patients reporting treatment was helpful and 89 percent recommended ERC to others in need of treatment.

Ninety-eight percent of parents of child and adolescent patients reported treatment was helpful and 97 percent recommended ERC to other families.

At the clinical level, ERC outcomes show that Eating Recovery Center significantly weight restored and reduced psychological problems associated with eating disorders. As well as significantly reduced depression and anxiety among adult patients admitted between 2008 and 2015.

In our child and adolescent programming, Eating Recovery Center significantly weight restored and reduced psychological problems associated with eating disorders. As well as significantly reduced depression and anxiety among children and adolescent patients admitted between 2011 and 2015.

We welcome you to join us and take a virtual tour of our facilities join us to see what a day at Eating Recovery Center, Acute Center For Eating Disorders, and/or Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center is like. Either choose the topic specific to your needs or view the entire series.

If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder or a mood and anxiety disorder please call us at 877-736-2140 or visit our website at

By: Eating Recovery Center
Title: Eating Recovery Center Virtual Tour – Welcome
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