Selah House Outpatient provides intensive day treatment to foster recovery and empower individuals to transform their lives. We place a strong emphasis on building and practicing the skills and self-management strategies in real-time that enable clients to build a life in alignment with their values and long-term recovery.
Who We Treat
18 years and older
We specialize in treating adults struggling with eating disorders and co-occurring conditions.
What We Treat
Outpatient programs have a range of intensity that helps support client’s clinical needs on the road to recovery. Offering a more frequent, structured program focused on group interventions, they can work in conjunction with outpatient providers to wrap around the needs of the client and the family.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
PHP serves as a preventive program to hospitalizations, as well as a solid bridge for those stepping down from hospitalizations or residential treatment programs. PHP meets in-person 5 days a week for 6 hours per day.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
IOP is designed to help individuals who are experiencing an increase in distressing symptoms and behaviors or are not progressing in traditional outpatient services. The extra treatment and support foster meaningful improvement and create a solid foundation before transitioning to community treatment. IOP meets in-person or virtually 3 to 5 days a week for 3 hours per day.
How We Treat
At Selah House Outpatient, our program provides a supportive environment to discover ways to recognize and manage your eating disorder. We place a strong emphasis on building and practicing new self-management strategies that help promote independence and autonomy. We use a comprehensive approach to treatment that includes the following:
Experienced clinicians provide multidisciplinary treatment utilizing medical, nutritional, psychological, and psychiatric interventions.
Our treatment philosophy values collaboration with the community, including regular education and coordination with outpatient providers, family members, and support people.
Seeking treatment is the first step on your recovery journey, and we understand the sensitive nature that surrounds the admissions process. Our admissions staff are dedicated to responding in a compassionate and timely manner to provide you with the help you need.