At Eating Disorder Center of Denver, eating disorder patients become healthy people.

There is an end to the spiral of disordered thoughts, behaviors and images and you can find it at Eating Disorder Center of Denver.

A recovered patient is prepared to take on the world as they live and function on their own. Successfully completing your Eating Disorder Center of Denver program will empower you to make healthy choices and manage stressful situations in a healthy and productive manner.


Eating Disorder Center of Denver provides transitional therapy upon completing the Partial Hospitalization Program. The Transitions Therapy Program prepares you to tackle the stresses of life outside the clinic.

We help you:

  • Build a plan to accomplish day-to-day tasks
  • Learn to use healthy, adaptive coping skills at throughout your day
  • Explore ways to stay motivated and committed to recovery
  • Become self-directed as you spend less and less time in the program

We also want you to stay connected either through support groups or by staying in touch with the extensive network of alumni. To learn more about our support groups, click below to download a printable PDF with descriptions and schedules.

Support Group Schedule Support Group Schedule (220 KB)

Eating Disorder Center of Denver has created a list of dos and don'ts to help you self-monitor your progress and life skills in order to maintain a healthy life free from eating disorders. To download our dos and don'ts list click below.

Do's and Don'ts Do's and Don'ts (71 KB)

If you are interested in staying current on eating disorder news and stories, be sure to read our newsletter. The information in the newsletter will help you in the lifelong journey to stay disorder-free. Click here to sign up for our newsletter.

If you believe your loved one may have an eating disorder and you would like additional information, click below to download the printable PDF "I Think My Loved One Has An Eating Disorder."

I Think My Loved One Has An Eating Disorder I Think My Loved One Has An Eating Disorder (84 KB)