Walden Clinic In South Windsor, Connecticut
Providing Partial and Intensive Outpatient Eating Disorders Treatment
South Windsor Clinic
2400 Tamarack Ave, Suite 203
Walden Behavioral Care’s South Windsor, Conn., Clinic is located in the heart of Connecticut making access to treatment convenient for those living in Connecticut, including the Hartford area, and in the Providence, R.I., region.
The clinic offers partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs for adolescents and adults and a binge-eating program for adults. The clinic also offers outpatient treatment for adolescents and adults who suffer with eating disorders.
- Adult Partial Hospitalization Program
- Adult Intensive Outpatient Program
- Adult Intensive Outpatient Binge Eating Program
- Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program
- Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program
- Adolescent and Adult Outpatient Services
Free Alumni Support Group for Adults hosted every Tuesday from 5:30 to 6:30pm.
Free Alumni Support Group for Adolescents hosted every Thursday from 5:15 to 6:00 pm.
If you are not Walden alumni but interested in joining the support group, please call the clinic for more information
For directions to our South Windsor clinic, please click here.
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