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The American Journal of Psychiatry reports that eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness, although there is a large variance in the reported number of deaths caused by eating disorders due to the fact that those suffering from eating disorders ultimately die of heart failure, organ failure, malnutrition, or suicide. Commonly the medical complications of death are reported rather than the eating disorder.

The nearly 25 million people in the United States struggling with an eating disorder do, indeed, include men. In fact, men make up 10-15% of the anorexia and bulimia cases, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. While men do struggle with eating disorders, they are also the least likely to seek treatment due to the gender stereotypes and stigma.

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Dual Diagnosis Residential

Dual Diagnosis Residential

A residential treatment program specializing in treating all genders with complex co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
Women-only Residential​

Women-only Residential

An internationally known residential treatment program known for its expertise in treating women diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, emotional deregulation, and acute psychiatric disorders.
Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient Treatment

Ideal as a step down from residential treatment or a step up from traditional outpatient care, we offer Partial Hospitalization (5-days a week) and Intensive Outpatient (3-days a week) programs for all genders.

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