Castlewood Eating Disorder Treatment Center
1260 St. Paul Rd., Ballwin
A residential and outpatient program, Castlewood works with teens and adults sixteen and older (it occasionally accepts younger patients) who are struggling with all types of eating disorders. Clients generally stay for two to four months and partake in individualized weekly psychiatric and dietary support sessions. The Castlewood approach concentrates on the underlying causes or co-occurring issues, which can include addiction, social anxiety, depression, trauma, and other conditions. This center is thirty minutes outside St. Louis; Castlewood has other programs in California and Alabama.
231 W. Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves
McCallum Place is a partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, residential, and transitional care facility. The center treats adolescents and adults of all ages who suffer from bulimia, anorexia, emotional eating, compulsive exercise, and other eating disorders and related psychiatric issues. Founded by Dr. Kimberli McCallum, a psychiatrist, the center also has a treatment course designed for athletes called the Victory Program.