Intensive Outpatient

Intensive Outpatient provides teens with the support they need to make meaningful changes and learn to love life.

Partial Hospitalization

Caring, compassionate treatment programs for teens who struggle with Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating and other types of disordered eating.


Round-the-clock care for teens in need of twenty four hour support.  Treatment plans are holistic and personalized.



Roots To Recovery Eating Disorders programs have been healing individuals and treating families for over a decade.  We believe that treatment for Eating Disorders requires a holistic approach, and teens must first resolve their underlying issues if they are to fully recover.  Our Eating Disorders facility is the perfect place for struggling teens to rest, heal and restore their physical, mental and emotional health


Roots To Recovery Eating Disorder treatment programs hold the gold seal of Accreditation from the Joint Commission. This accolade is awarded only to programs that adhere to the highest standards in the health care industry.  Since our inception we have proudly displayed the Gold Seal as an indication that our staff, our programs and our facilities are second to none.


Personalized, Holistic Treatment Plans



Destructive thought patterns and painful emotions are targeted in a number of ways.  Individual therapy, psycho-educational groups including CBT and DBT, family therapy and life skills workshops help teens who struggle with Eating Eisorders learn to cope with troubling feelings and change unhealthy patterns of thinking.


Physical restoration and rehabilitation are key elements of recovering from Eating Disorders.  Treatment at Roots To Recovery includes a physical fitness component that is tailored to the needs of each individual client.  Teens in our Eating Disorders program eat healthy meals designed by a Registered Dietitian.


Alongside physical and mental aspects of recovery, Roots To Recovery treatment programs encourage teens to find meaning and purpose in life. Spiritual elements of treatment include yoga, meditation, reflective groups and non-denominational church attendance.