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Eating Disorder Treatment

in Grand Rapids, Michigan

An accredited eating disorder treatment program designed to achieve lasting recovery and wellness

We're here for you every step of the way.

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Individualized Eating Disorder Treatment

Everyone is unique! No two individuals have the same background or mental health conditions. For that reason, we design personalized treatment plans for each patient that include trauma-informed care, as well as a health at every size/health in every body approach.

Program Summary

We believe in health at every size (HAES), which respects bodily diversity and promotes movement for both enjoyment and health. For everyone we treat, our goal is that they return to intuitive eating habits—eating only when hungry and stopping when full.

During treatment, you will benefit from a complementary mix of programs and services that have proven to be effective in the recovery process.

  • In-person and virtual program options
  • A psychiatrist-led medical team
  • On-staff dietitians
  • Meal support and clinical kitchen
  • Cooking and community excursions
  • Emotion-focused family therapy
  • Mindfulness, yoga, movement, and art therapy
  • Exposure-response therapy
  • Recreation therapy
  • Authentic staff, community, and connection

A full continuum of care for eating disorders, as well as for co-occurring addiction, OCD, self-harm, and depression

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The Advantages of Eating Disorder Treatment

Treatment Options

No matter your lifestyle, we have a treatment plan that can work for you. We offer a continuum of care to our patients. Our goal is to connect you with the care, tools, and resources you will need at any point during your recovery process.

Residential Treatment

- Support and Structure -

Residential treatment provides structure, safety, and accountability with 24/7 nursing and clinical support for adult women 18 and older. We want to efficiently reduce the harmful effects of eating disorders and start individuals on their recovery path.

Outpatient Treatment

- Flexible and Innovative -

Outpatient treatment options allow for the continuation of everyday activities while integrating effective strategies learned in treatment. We welcome patients, family, and alumni to gather for treatment and community support.

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How Much Does Eating Disorder Treatment Cost?

Paying for eating disorder treatment

The cost of eating disorder treatment at Sanford Behavioral Health is different for everyone. Why? We create completely personalized plans based on each individual’s specific addiction, background, and mental health needs. We work with most insurance providers in the U.S. to provide the best coverage while minimizing your out-of-pocket costs. To see if your provider will cover your or a loved one’s treatment, verify your insurance:

Success Stories

"My care team at Sanford never fails to make me smile and laugh; their kindness is contagious. They are so insightful and intelligent. I know they always want the best for me and have helped me so much on the road to recovery, especially learning how to adequately fuel my body. I am so thankful for all of the hard work they do. I would not be where I'm at if it wasn't for their patience and understanding. They are people I can talk to without feeling judgement. Because they were always genuine and real, it gave me permission to be genuine and real too."

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