What We Treat

Our Treatment Centers offer specialized treatment programs for Eating Disorders. With years of experience, we’ll work tirelessly to meet your treatment needs and help you achieve your recovery goals. 

Specialized Eating Disorders Program

According to the National Eating Disorders Association, nearly 70 million people worldwide struggle with eating disorders. While complex and a potentially life-threatening illnesses, treatment is often necessary. The evidence-based therapy our Eating Disorder Treatment Centers programs use are meant to both treat and educate our clients.

You may be asking, “Do I have an Eating Disorder?” Eating Disorders are marked by disordered relationship with food and often involve body image.  Anorexia, Binge eating disorders, Bulimia, and restricting food is also very common for people suffering from severe recurring trauma. It gives the person a sense of control over something in their life.  This is a battle that you don’t have to face alone. The expert staff at our Veterans Rehabs and Detox Center is here to help you on your recovery journey.

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How Do We Help?

Through the groundbreaking use of integrative evidence-based therapies we help:

  • Anxiety Coping Skills
  • Process the Root Causes of Eating Disorders
  • Develop Mental Wellness Plans
  • Mindfulness Techniques
  • Implement the Principles of Self Care
  • Encourage focus on Healthy Nutrition
  • Physical Fitness
  • And Many More

List of Eating Disorders we treat...

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People with anorexia view themselves as overweight, even if they’re dangerously underweight. They monitor their weight, avoid eating certain types of foods, and severely restrict their calories.

person struggling with the eating disorder Bulimia
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People with bulimia eat large amounts of food in short periods of time, then force vomitting. They fear gaining weight despite being at a normal weight.

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AR Food Intake Disorder

Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder is an eating disorder that causes people to under eat. This is either due to a lack of interest in food or distaste for how certain foods look, smell, or taste.

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Rumination disorder can affect people at all stages of life. People with the condition generally vomit the food they’ve recently swallowed. Then, they chew it again and either swallow it or spit it out.

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Binge Eating

People with binge eating disorder regularly and uncontrollably consume large amounts of food in short periods of time. Unlike people with other eating disorders, they do not purge.

Key Components of Eating Disorders Treatment


Through the groundbreaking use of integrative evidence based therapies, we help develop coping strategies for Eating Disorder Triggers, process the root causes of Eating Disorders, and develop Mental Wellness Plans for lifelong recovery from Eating Disorders

Nutritional Groups

There is strong evidence that many of the symptoms of anorexia are actually symptoms of starvation. Starvation affects the brain and influences mood changes, rigidity in thinking, anxiety and reduction in appetite. We offer nutritional courses to meet your needs and help you have a healthy relationship with food

Physical Fitness

We offer many healthy activities to promote physical fitness in a balanced way. Whether it's Yoga, Hitting the Gym, or going on a peaceful Meditative Walk, we encourage you to strengthen your body as well as your mind and spirit.

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As a member of the VA Community Care Network, Warriors and First Responders Resorts can help. You can enroll into one of our specialized treatment programs yourself or refer someone. Our Veterans Rehab admissions staff is available to answer any questions and help to guide you through the process. Admissions staff members are there to arrange admissions, facilitate transportation, evaluate, and assist with insurance verification.

Once a Veteran enters our Rehab and completes their mental health evaluations, they will be given a daily schedule. It is important to adhere to all the rules and do their best to complete all the work laid out for them in their individualized treatment plan. When Veterans work hard on their recovery and want to improve their situation, they will experience the healing process. Those that enroll in our program have the opportunity to change and begin the journey to sobriety.