The Emily Program Intensive Day / Partial Hospitalization Programs
Every journey to recovery is unique. Some people find they need more structure and support than outpatient groups alone but less than residential care. Or some clients may "step down" or "step up" to IDP or Partial. That’s why The Emily Program offers a variety of personalized programs, such as Intensive Day and Partial Hospitalization programs to treat eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating, compulsive overeating, and other eating disorders. Recovery is possible. Start by scheduling an eating disorder assessment or call us at 1-888-EMILY-77 (1-888-364-5977) today.
Real-Life Recovery Skills And Relapse Prevention Practice
Typically these programs require a commitment of five to seven days a week, and about six to eleven hours per day. These intensive all-day sessions include therapeutic meals, experiential challenges, and cooking practice.
One-on-one therapy and medical care
During your treatment, you’ll meet with your therapist, dietitian, and other medical professionals. Psychiatric assessment, medication management, and medical monitoring may also be part of your intensive day/partial hospitalization program.
Partial plus lodging options
We want to make treatment possible for long-distance clients. The Emily Program offers a Partial Plus Lodging option to women 18+ in our intensive day/partial hospitalization programs in Minneapolis – St. Paul, Seattle, Spokane, or Cleveland.
Start Your Journey To Recovery Now
Ready to start your journey to recovery? Use our online form to schedule an eating disorder assessment or call 1-888-EMILY-77 (1-888-364-5977). At The Emily Program, find help. And hope.
Eating Disorder Facts
Eating disorders are real, treatable medical illnesses often coexisting with other illnesses such as depression, substance abuse, or anxiety disorders. Get the facts.
Expert Medical And Psychiatric Care
Our Medical and Psychiatry Services Team has decades of experience managing the unique medical and psychiatric complications of eating disorders for all levels of care. Learn more.