Melrose Center: How We Treat Eating Disorders

 
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Getting started at Melrose Center

Your recovery comes first at Melrose Center. Your first step is to call and speak with one of our care managers. The care manager will help you schedule a first appointment and answer any of your questions. During this first assessment, you will meet with our compassionate team members. Our team will work with you to better understand your unique situation.

In your first assessment, you will usually meet with one of our psychologists. Our psychologist will help determine your diagnosis. The first meeting could also include an evaluation by a doctor and some lab work.

Helping you heal in mind, body and spirit

If you have an eating disorder, we will work with you to make a care plan. Together, we decide what level of care you need and which treatment recommendation is right for you. Your team will include a team of medical, emotional and nutritional care experts. Review frequently asked questions for answers to common treatment questions.

Our levels of treatment in the Twin Cities area

We have programs to fit your needs at our three locations in St. Louis Park, Maple Grove and St. Paul. This includes:

  • Outpatient care – This treatment ranges from several hours a day to a few hours a week.
  • Specialized care – This includes programs designed for people also dealing with substance abuse, diabetes, athletes and compulsive exercise, and binge eating disorder.
  • Residential care – This involves 24-hour care and medical monitoring.

We also have family-based therapy. This could be a part of any of our types of care. This gives families the tools they need to help heal eating disorders.

Call 952-993-6200 to speak with someone who can help.

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