Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital
Eating Disorders Program: Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Treatment
We know how to help.
We understand the struggles of living with an eating disorder, and the toll it can take on you and your family. We are here to offer you hope, support and recovery. Our eating disorders treatment program at Sharp Mesa Vista is designed heal you from the inside out — in a way that works for you.
Our goal is your complete health.
Our experienced caregivers promote healing by increasing body acceptance, reducing obsessive thoughts, treating physical complications and developing coping techniques. We provide treatments to sustain your recovery including nutrition assessment, body-image counseling and both individual and family therapy.
Our dedicated team of specialists in psychology, nursing, internal medicine, psychiatry and nutrition are here to support and nourish your whole self toward recovery.
We offer two levels of care customized to you.
Partial-hospitalization treatment: In our partial hospitalization treatment program participants receive care at the hospital from 8 am to 2 pm, Monday through Friday.
Intensive outpatient treatment: This program is tailored to participants who have completed partial-hospitalization treatment, and for those whose symptoms don't warrant a more intensive level of care. Participants attend treatment two to five days per week, for three to four hours per day.
To learn more about our program, please call 858-836-8434.
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