Oasis Eating Disorders Recovery

We’re in this together

At Oasis Eating Disorders Recovery, we understand that living with an eating disorder takes a toll on the individual, as well as their friends and family. We are here to offer support, compassion and hope as you navigate the recovery journey. Our program is designed to help restore the individual’s health and wellness, such that they can get back to living a fulfilling, and meaningful life.

About Us

Our dedicated team of specialists work in collaboration with you to create an individualized care plan that promotes physical health, decrease obsessive thinking, increase body and self-acceptance, and develop health coping skills. Utilizing evidence-based treatments, our programing consists of body image counseling, nutrition assessment and meal planning, as well as individual, group and family therapy.

Our Partial Hospitalization Program participants attend Monday through Friday, from 8am to 2pm.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program is offered three to five days per week, for three to four hours per day. This program is intended for those who have completed partial-hospitalization programing, or for individuals whose symptoms are not appropriate for a more intensive level of care.

Programs & Services

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Intensive Outpatient Program is intended for individuals whose symptoms have been stabilized at a higher level of care, and would continue to benefit from specialized intensive treatment to promote sustained recovery or for those whose symptoms do not require PHP treatment.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Partial Hospitalization Program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who is stepping down from residential or inpatient Eating Disorders treatment needing to further stabilize their symptoms, or for those whose symptoms are severe but do not warrant treatment at a higher level of care.

FAQ

An Eating Disorder is a mental health disorder generally categorized by abnormal eating behaviors, body image disturbances, obsessive thoughts related to weight, food, and body image. Symptoms will vary from person to person. Those who suffer from an Eating Disorder, or believe they may have an Eating Disorder are encouraged to talk to their doctor.

Talking to your doctor about the symptoms you may be experiencing is the first step towards getting the individualized care you need. There are specialized, evidence-based treatments for Eating Disorders, and are key to recovery.

Recovery is possible! Trained medical, and mental health professionals who have experience working with individuals with Eating Disorders can help determine where to start on your road to recovery. There are different levels of care based on your physical and mental health needs, including Residential/Inpatient treatment, Partial Hospitalization Programs, and Intensive Outpatient programing.

You are financially responsible for all cost not covered by your insurance, i.e. deductible, co-insurance, co-pay.
The amount you pay for your covered health care before your plan begins to pay. After the deductible has been met, then you share cost of services based on your plan's co-insurance percentage until your maximum out-of-pocket amount has been met. After all financial responsibility has been met, then, your plan will cover at 100% for services through the rest of your plan year.
Your deductible would be expected when you start treatment. However, any out-of-pocket costs will be billed to you after claims have processed. From there you can make payment arrangements over the phone, send a check via mail, or set up a payment plan if needed.
We bill per day. You will only be responsible for days you attend.

Get Started Today

We know that asking for help takes courage. Getting in touch is the first step. We’re here for you, no matter what. Once submitted, our admissions team will be in touch within 24 hours.

Or call us directly to get started:
(559) 599-0990