Telehealth: Virtual Outpatient Programming
Connecting with a provider has never been more accessible at Reasons Eating Disorder Center. Keeping you and our community healthy and safe, as well as maintaining mental well-being, are always our top priorities. As we face challenges presented by COVID-19, we also strive to provide the care and support you and your family need to stay healthy physically, mentally and emotionally.
WHAT IS TELEHEALTH?
We aim to provide quality care at your convenience. Telehealth enables you to remotely connect with clinicians for healthcare services and information by phone, tablet or computer. Utilizing user-friendly, HIPAA-compliant video and communications technology, this service allows you to see and speak with a doctor, nurse or therapist just as you would during an in-person consultation — all in real-time, respectful of social distancing practices, and from your own home, office or anywhere you may be.
We currently provide three-hour virtual IOP sessions and five-hour virtual PHP for adults with eating disorders. Available five days per week, you’ll receive fast access to a UHS-credentialed provider for assessment, advice, education, intervention and monitoring. Like our on-site IOP and PHP, these programs also include group therapy, individual therapy, meal support, experiential therapies, and individual meetings with a psychiatrist, therapist and Registered Dietitian.
Eligibility for telehealth will depend on your medical or behavioral health condition and geographic location. For more information regarding medical eligibility, insurance coverage, and any out of pocket costs, please contact us for assistance.
We Hold Hope for Your Recovery
Eating disorder recovery is not always easy, but it is possible. Let us support you in discovering not only the reasons for your eating disorder but the reasons for your recovery. To schedule a no-cost clinical consultation or for more information, please call 844-573-2766 or our online contact form. In case of a medical emergency or crisis, please call 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.