Nationally Accredited Eating Disorder Rehab

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Why Inpatient Eating Disorder Treatment?

  • 24/7 care from medical, behavioral and trauma specialists
  • Distance from stressors that contribute to destructive behaviors
  • Time and space to focus on recovering
  • Comprehensive assessments and treatment of any co-occurring disorders
group counseling

Signs You Need Help

  • Binging, purging or exercising compulsively to counteract calorie intake
  • Intense preoccupation with food, calories and exercise
  • Hiding eating behaviors from others
  • Laxative, diuretic or diet pill abuse
  • Dramatic weight loss or weight gain

What You’ll Gain from Treatment

  • Self-esteem and resiliency
  • Healthy coping skills to last a lifetime
  • Supportive network of peers
  • Tools to manage relapse triggers
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What to Expect in Treatment

You’ll retreat to a peaceful, private environment where a team of mental health professionals will care for you. Some of these include:

  • Individual, group and family/couples therapy
  • nutrition counseling
  • yoga and mindfulness practices
  • trauma-focused therapies
  • equine therapy
  • complete meal-time support
  • adventure therapy
  • Art and music therapy
Group Therapy

Insurance May Cover 100% of Treatment*

We’ll work directly with your insurance company to determine your benefits.

  • FREE Insurance Check
  • Gender-Separate Treatment
  • 12-Step & 12-Step Alternatives
  • Equine Therapy
  • Successful Outcomes Backed by Studies
  • Over 15 Years in Mental Health Care

Insurance Accepted

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“The strengths of The Ranch are too many to list, but overall spirit and focus of the program could not be more on target. The loving environment is remarkable. I have never felt more safe being me.”

-K.C., St. Louis, MO