A: Yes, when appropriate. Individuals needing a higher level of care often take a leave of absence. If this is not possible, our Evening Intensive Outpatient Program (EIOP) is specifically designed to help you achieve eating disorder recovery while still being able to attend work or school. Our Admissions Team will be able to help you determine which level of care is best for you.
A: EDCare Omaha offers a transitional Evening Intensive Outpatient Program (EIOP).
A: No, EDCare provides free, confidential assessments. Please note these assessments are designed for our program only and not intended for eating disorder diagnoses. If you think you have an eating disorder take our Online Screening before contacting EDCare.
A: You and your treatment team will work together to create an individualized treatment plan. Every week you will meet to discuss and evaluate the progress made toward your treatment goals and make adjustments if necessary. Changes are discussed with you during weekly staffing meetings (PHP, IOP).
A: CAMSA® is our unique mindfulness-based treatment philosophy. It stands for Connection, Acceptance, Mindfulness, Sense of Self, and Action. It helps patients address the biological, social and spiritual issues contributing to their eating disorder and helps them develop long-term recovery skills. Visit our Treatment Philosophy page to learn more.