Residential Eating Disorders Treatment

The residential treatment program is a structured, medically monitored, therapeutic program for adults and adolescents, male and female, who require 24-hour care as they recover from an eating disorder.

Located on the same campus as Walden’s hospital level of care, the Walden Place residential facilities consist of 22 beds, eight for adolescents and 14 for adults.

The focus of treatment is to gradually transfer the responsibility of recovery to the individuals themselves as they directly experience and relearn healthy attitudes and behaviors with food.

Residential Eating Disorders
Treatment Program For Adults
Adult Residential Treatment

Patients include female and male, 18 years of age or older, who are ready to practice cooking, meal planning and other tasks leading to greater independence. Learn more.

Residential Eating Disorders
Treatment Program For Adolescents
Adolescent Residential Treatment

Patients include female and male, 12 to 17 years of age, who are ready to eat at group and family meals and can incorporate a variety of foods into their meal plan. Learn more.