The Harold C. Schott Foundation Eating Disorders Program at Lindner Center of HOPE
Eating disorders can be difficult to treat. But research shows that eating disorders can be effectively treated in psychiatric, inpatient settings and in residential programs.
Patients at the Harold C. Schott Foundation Eating Disorders Program at Lindner Center of HOPE are experiencing results. Of the patients who entered Lindner Center of HOPE for eating disorder treatment, 69% did not need to be readmitted for additional treatment.
Cincinnati Children’s at Lindner Center of HOPE encompasses the inpatient and partial hospitalization programs for adolescents at Lindner Center of HOPE. These programs treat all adolescent mental health diagnoses, but offer a specialized track staffed by the Harold C. Schott Eating Disorders Treatment Team for treating teens with eating disorders. To read more about Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s mental health programs, click here.
Lindner Center of HOPE offers a disciplined approach to eating disorder treatment that combines psychiatric management, psychotherapy, nutritional services, and family engagement throughout the entire process. Board certified clinicians offer the wisdom, compassion and proven treatment modalities to successfully treat complex illnesses such as eating disorders, returning patients, and their loved ones, to more fulfilling lives.