In Need of Treatment?

Are you looking for inpatient eating disorder treatment for yourself or someone you love? We know how difficult it is to ask for help. That’s why we work hard to make our admissions process as easy on you as possible. Our intake coordinators respond to each call with the highest level of sensitivity and compassion, never with judgment or condemnation.

If you’re wondering if it’s time to call, try answering the following questions:

  • Are you struggling with eating, anxiety, or depression?
  • Does someone you know exhibit the warning signs of anorexia or bulimia?
  • Are you binge eating?
  • Do you have questions about inpatient treatment program options?
  • Would you like to find an eating or anxiety disorder specialist in your area?

We Are Here to Help

Our admissions representatives are highly trained and very knowledgeable. More importantly, they are caring, compassionate, and truly understand what it’s like to have an eating disorder. Their goal is to answer all of your questions while making our inpatient treatment programs as accessible and affordable as possible.

In that first call, our representative will evaluate your needs, answer your questions, respond to your concerns, explain eating disorder treatment options, and suggest a course of action.

The most important thing to remember is that The Meadows Ranch admissions staff is here to help you. They will do everything possible to ensure that you get the treatment that is the right fit for your unique situation.

For Professionals

Many of our patients come to us through recommendations by other healthcare providers. If you’re a healthcare professional — an MD, psychiatrist, psychologist, counselor or other care provider — we know you care about your patients and want the best for them. Our admissions representatives will work with you to find the right program and level of treatment for your patient. Then we’ll keep you connected and return the patient to your care after they leave our program.

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What to Bring

We have practical packing information to help make your stay at The Meadows Ranch more comfortable.

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Paying for Treatment

Let us review your financial options with you, including insurance coverage, to make treatment as affordable as possible.

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What to Expect

Plan ahead for your arrival and get a preview of what you’ll see and do during your first days of treatment. 

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Who Is a Fit for Treatment at The Meadows Ranch?

Patients at The Meadows Ranch

We offer two separate eating disorder treatment programs: one for pre-teen and adolescent girls as young as 7 and another for adult women 18 and older. We offer inpatient, residential, and partial-hospitalization levels of care for those with anorexiabulimiabinge eating disorder, obesity, compulsive overeating, and related issues. All levels of care include on-site housing.

Our professional team of psychiatrists, registered nurses, master’s-level therapists, dietitians, and other clinical staff are equipped to handle patients who are as low as 70% of their ideal body weight and can even accept acute cases where feeding tubes are necessary. We can also accommodate diabetics, a variety of food allergies, and vegetarian patients.

We are not currently able to accommodate vegan patients. Those who are aggressive, with a history of violence, or dealing with psychosis are also not a fit for The Meadows Ranch. Because we have a very open campus, The Meadows Ranch is not recommended for those with a history of running. For potential patients who are lower than 70% of their ideal body weight, we have some great partners in the field that we will refer out to, then patients return to us when they are ready and able to engage in active treatment.

 

Experts in Eating Disorder Treatment

The Meadows Ranch has helped more than 10,000 individuals struggling with an eating disorder to find the beauty within. Our goal is full and complete recovery for all patients, returning them home with the tools and insights they need to live a healthy and fulfilling life.

Call 866-390-5100