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Wisconsin Eating Disorder Treatment Centers

Eating Disorder Hope has compiled a directory of eating disorders treatment centers in Wisconsin.

Locating the right eating disorder treatment center can be a life-changing decision for someone struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia, or binge eating disorders. A well-planned treatment program supported by an experienced treatment team and on-site medical supervision can make the difference between a continuing struggle and the start of recovery.

Conduct your own research into the eating disorder clinic or treatment center that best fits your specific circumstances. Some families find that a treatment center out of state may be best suited for their loved one. Carefully investigate all of your eating disorder treatment options.

Our treatment center directory provides detailed information about each of these WI eating disorder centers and will quickly tell you:

  • Name, Location & Contact Information of the treatment center
  • Treatment Level- The levels of care provided by the listed eating disorder clinic:
    • Residential Treatment
    • Hospital / Inpatient Treatment
    • Non-residential treatment for eating disorders
      • Commonly referred to as Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) or Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), they may be located at a residential eating disorder treatment center or an inpatient hospital
  • Types of Patients Served-
    • Adolescents and / or Adults,
    • Men and / or Women
  • Therapies available- The core eating disorder therapies the facility uses; CBT, Medical Nutrition Therapy, DBT, etc.
  • Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders- Does the eating disorder center treat co-occurring disorders like depression, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety disorders or bipolar disorder?
  • Payment Options- Whether insurance is accepted, and if Medicare / Medicaid are allowed

While most information in the eating disorders treatment center directory is provided by the facility, Eating Disorder Hope staff may augment the listings with additional detail when we deem it beneficial. Responsibility for the accuracy of the listing remains with the treatment provider.

Sponsoring Eating Disorder Centers

NameTreatmentPatient Types ServedTherapiesInsurance

Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center
40 Timberline Drive
Lemont, IL 60439
Phone: 877-217-7456
Website: Timberline Knolls
ResidentialAdults, adolescents, children; women-onlyCouples Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, DBT, CBT, Art therapy, Nutritional Counseling, Prescription Medication, Support Groups, Individual Therapy, Medical CareAccepted, in-network with multiple providers
Medicare/Medicaid Accepted: No
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Remuda Ranch
Programs for Eating Disorders
One East Apache Street
Wickenburg, AZ 85390
Phone: 800-445-1900
Fax: 928-684-7903
Website: Remuda Ranch
Acute, Residential, TransitionalAdults / Adolescents / Children
Female Only
Family, Group, Individual, Nutrition, Experiential, Equine, Primary Care, Art, Body Movement, Culinary, DBT, CBT, ACT, ERPAccepted, in-network with multiple providers
Medicare/Medicaid Accepted: No
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River Centre Clinic
5465 Main Street
Sylvania, OH 43560
Phone: 1-800-957-4802
Fax: 419-885-8600
Website: River Centre Clinic
Residential, PHPAdults / Adolescents / Children
Male & Female
Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy
Nutritional Counseling, Prescription Medication, Maudsley Therapy, DBT, CBT, Support Groups, Individual Therapy, Medical Care
Accepted, in-network with multiple providers
Medicare/Medicaid Accepted: No

McCallum Place
231 W. Lockwood Ave. Ste 201
St.Louis, MO 63119
Phone: 314-968-1900
Fax: 314-968-1901
Website: McCallum Place
Residential, Transional Living, PHP, IOP, Aftercare, OutpatientAdults / Adolescents
Male & Female
CBT, DBT, Experiential,
Expressive, Art, Pet assisted,
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Mercy, Anthem Blue
Medicare/Medicaid Accepted: No
Canopy Cove Logo for Listing 100x50 - 8-27-14Canopy Cove Eating Disorder Treatment Center
13305 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee, Florida 32309
Phone: 855-445-1544
Website: Canopy Cove
RTC, PHP, IOP, OutpatientAdults / Adolescents
Male & Female
CBT, Individual, Group, Equine-Assisted Therapy, Art, Music, Expressive Therapies, Family Education, Family Therapy, Spirituality, NutritionAccepted, in-network with multiple providers

Rebecca's House
23792 Rockfield Blvd Ste 100
Lake Forest, CA 92630
Phone: 800-711-2062
Website: Rebecca's House
Extended Care Treatment, Partial Day Treatment, PHP, IOP, Recovery LivingAdults / Adolescents
Male & Female
EMDR, DBT, CBT, Individual, Couples, Family, Group, Art, Equine Therapies, Prescription Medication, Support Groups, Spirituality, Nutrition and Expressive TherapiesAccepted, in-network with multiple providers

Eating Disorder Clinics in WI

Name / InfoTreatment LevelPatient Types ServedTherapies Available

Rogers Memorial Hospital
34700 Valley Road
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
Phone: 800-767-4411
Fax: 262-646-9771
Website: Rogers Memorial Hospital
Hospital, Residential
Adults / Adolescents / Children
Male & Female
Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy
Nutritional Counseling, Prescription Medication, Maudsley Therapy, DBT, CBT, Support Groups, Individual Therapy, Medical Care
Aurora Behavioral Health
Aurora Psychiatric Hospital
1220 Dewey Ave.
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
Phone: 414-454-6694
Fax: 414-773-4330
Website: Aurora Healthcare
Inpatient, Partial, IOPAdults / Adolescents / Children
Male & Female
Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy
Nutritional Counseling, Prescription Medication, DBT, CBT, Support Groups, Individual Therapy, Medical Care
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Consulting, LLC M407 State Highway 97 Marshfield, WI 54449
Phone: 715-318-0047
Fax: 920-694-3271
IOPAdults / Adolescents
Male & Female
Psychiatric, Psychotherapeutic, and Nutritional care, Family Therapy, Interactive therapies, more guided meal plans, Experiential therapies, Equine Assisted Therapy, Holistic Medicine

Premier Eating Disorder Treatment Centers

Eating Disorder Services of Rogers Memorial Hospital

Three locations: 34700 Valley Road, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin; 11101 W. Lincoln Ave. Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 406 Science Drive, Suite 110, Madison, Wisconsin

Rogers Memorial Hospital is nationally respected for its specialized eating disorder treatment. Treatment programs are comprised of small, age-specific groups and flexible lengths of stay, yielding the most individualized treatment possible.

Inpatient, residential and partial hospitalization options are available for children, teens and adults struggling with:

  • Anorexia nervosa
  • Bulimia nervosa
  • Eating disorder not otherwise specified (ED-NOS).

Residential treatment at The Eating Disorder Center provides separate units and programming for:

  • Adolescent girls (ages 12-18)
  • Young adult women (ages 18-29)
  • Older adult women (ages 30 or older)
  • Males (ages 12 and older)
  • Adults with co-occurring anxiety disorders

Rogers provides immediate stabilization with its on-site highly specialized inpatient care for:

  • Children & adolescents
  • Adults

Three separate partial hospitalization programs are available at Rogers for:

  • Pre-teens and young adults
  • Adolescents and adults
  • Adults

Rogers was the first to offer a residential program specifically for males and is the only program in the country to offer intensive cognitive-behavioral therapy for co-occurring anxiety disorders.

Rogers has treated thousands of patients and families affected by eating disorders. Our staff of more than 80 professionals, approach each patient, family, and referring outpatient treatment team with dignity and respect. We invite them to be contributors to the treatment plan.

Led by board-certified psychiatrists, our treatment teams use a number of proven, effective therapies. Treatment components include:

  • Family therapy
  • Nutrition therapy
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Art therapy
  • Movement and fitness therapy (yoga)
  • Experiential therapy
  • Chemical dependency counseling
  • Spiritual counseling
  • One-to-one support
  • Daily living responsibilities
  • Community outings and therapeutic passes
  • Specialized family and friends program

Rogers Memorial is a private, not-for-profit hospital and contracted with most major managed care plans. It is the largest nonaffiliated, behavioral health provider in Wisconsin.


Walden Living

Walden Living provides a supportive and transitional living environment for men and women with eating disorders, as well as anxiety disorders.  Our program works in coordination with multiple levels of treatment, including partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment, and individual outpatient treatment.

Created by Dr. Theodore Weltzin, a nationally recognized pioneer in the research and treatment of eating disorders, Walden provides a progression through three distinct steps to build a foundation for recovery and gradually increase independence.  Each level is defined and centered on an individual’s specific situation; integrating treatment team recommendations along with goals and aspirations for the future.

Walden Living fosters the development of effective living skills in an independent, yet nurturing environment.  Working closely with our experienced Personal Coaches, the program offers support for individuals to develop the skills needed to regain their health and independence for successful recovery.



Last Reviewed By: Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC on December 29, 2012

Page last updated: December 29, 2012
Published on, Resource & Information for Eating Disorders

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Katie Neckvatal August 22, 2014 at 6:59 pm

My granddaughter is 23 years old and has been having trouble finding foods that agree with her. She said today that she is loosing more weight than she wants and can not control this. She is even getting weak is tired and does not want to feel this way. I believe she is depressed and very full of anxious feelings. Her father died 4 years ago and this (I feel ) was the beginning. She gained and now is loosing way too fast since she just had been eating foods to help her loose. (for instance carrots all day) She has been doctoring but nothing seems to be working for her. I am so afraid we will loose this sweet girl that does not know what to do. She came to me today asking for money to go to an acupunction person. She went today and now wants to go again but has found that her Insurance will not pay for it. So I guess she is reaching out to me to find help for her. She has pain in her back from scroleousis . What should I do ???? Thank you for trying to help. Sincerely, Grandma Katie

Crystal Karges MS, RDN, IBCLC November 10, 2014 at 12:25 pm

Thank you for your comment Katie! We are sorry to hear of your granddaughter’s struggle and the pain that she has been going through. We understand how difficult it can be to see her struggling as well and commend your desire to help her. We would encourage her to connect to an eating disorder specialist to help assess what she is going through and determine the best course of treatment.

She can start by searching our Directory of Eating Disorder Therapists to find someone in her area that she can work with, seen here:

The National Eating Disorder Association also has a toll-free hotline that she can contact to find eating disorder treatment resources within your insurance coverage and financial means. Their help hotline is 800-931-2237. We would encourage her to contact them to help connect her to the treatment she needs.

We are praying for you and your granddaughter. If there is anything further we can do, please let us know.

Ashley November 22, 2014 at 6:26 am

Hi, I’m 17 and I’m just researching clinics that I can stay at and be fed the foods I need. I have trouble feeding myself and I’m at borderline underweight for my age.

Crystal Karges MS, RDN, IBCLC November 24, 2014 at 3:59 pm

Hi Ashley!

The National Eating Disorder Association has a toll-free hotline that you can contact to find eating disorder treatment resources within your insurance coverage and financial means. Their help hotline is 800-931-2237. We would encourage you to contact them to help you find the treatment facilities you need for eating disorder recovery.

If there is anything further we can do, please let us know!

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