Luxury Treatment Program for Eating Disorders

It isn’t always easy to recover on your own after developing an eating disorder. Professional treatment can help you overcome common challenges and reduce your risk of relapse.

Virtue Recovery Eating Disorders operates two residential facilities to ensure you can access the services you need. Our Las Vegas location is home to our inpatient, partial hospitalization (PHP), and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs, while residential eating disorder treatment is available in both Las Vegas, NV and Sun City West, AZ.

No matter the type of treatment, you’ll have access to a team with decades of experience helping patients recover from eating disorders. Unlike other eating disorder treatment centers, we cover the full continuum of care, from your initial admission to the aftercare services you need to aid in relapse prevention. As a luxury residential treatment center, we provide chef-prepared meals, neurocognitive treatments, and therapies designed to enhance the connection between your body and your mind.

What is Residential

Residential eating disorder treatment gives you around-the-clock support, ensuring your safety and reducing your risk of relapse. Unlike a hospital setting, residential treatment centers offer more privacy as you work on your recovery. Instead of staying in a sterile-looking room with bare walls and uncomfortable furniture, you’ll have access to all the comforts of home while you address your eating disorder and develop healthier habits.

6 Benefits of Residential Treatment

24/7 Support

When you enroll in residential treatment for an eating disorder, you’ll have 24/7 access to experienced professionals dedicated to helping you improve your well-being.

Customized Treatment Plans

All plans are customized to your needs, so you’ll receive just the right combination of services to help you recover from your eating disorder.

Reduced Risk of Relapse

Residential eating disorder treatment offers a variety of services to help you reduce your risk of relapse when you return home.

Comfortable Surroundings

A residential setting offers comfortable rooms and common areas, making it easier to relax and recover from your eating disorder.

Empathy and Understanding

Residential programs often include group counseling, support groups, and other services to help you connect with other people who relate to your experiences.

Access to Nutrition Education

Comprehensive nutrition education helps people with eating disorders learn how to choose healthy foods and listen to the body’s natural hunger signals.

Do I Have an Eating Disorder?

Left untreated, eating disorders have severe physical and psychological consequences.
If you’re concerned about your health, click below to take our eating disorders quiz.

What to Expect with Residential Treatment

At Virtue Recovery Eating Disorders, our treatment program is designed to last for 45 days, giving you enough time to set recovery goals, examine your behaviors and make a lasting change. You’ll have access to the tools and support you need to make steady progress toward a full recovery.

What makes Virtue Recovery Eating Disorders different from other types of residential care is that we offer experientials during your very first week of treatment. This helps you learn how to process real-world experiences in a healthy way instead of responding with harmful behaviors. We offer the following services to individuals with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) and other specified feeding and eating disorder (OSFED):

  • Individual therapy
  • Family-based treatment
  • Nutrition education
  • Group therapy programs (DBT, body image, etc.)
  • Support groups (12-step model) and therapy groups
  • Art therapy
  • Equine therapy
  • Yoga

Treatment Philosophy

At Virtue Recovery Eating Disorders, our treatment philosophy is that eating disorders are just as unique as you are. There’s no one-size-fits-all treatment program that works for every person. That’s why it’s so important to choose a residential program with customized treatment plans.

Next Steps

If you’re ready to improve your physical and mental well-being, the next step is to contact Virtue Recovery Eating Disorders to schedule your admission. Contact us at (623) 304-8144 to begin the process. You’ll speak with an admissions coordinator who can answer questions about our residential program, explain how your insurance benefits work for eating disorder treatment and help you explore your payment options.

Frequently Asked Questions

According to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, all Marketplace health plans must cover some type of mental health treatment, including treatment for eating disorders. The amount of coverage available depends on which insurance company you use and the terms of your specific plan.
Eating disorder treatment typically lasts from 30 to 90 days. At Virtue Recovery Eating Disorders, we aim for 45 days to give you enough time to make lasting behavioral changes.
Inpatient treatment typically takes place in a medical setting, while residential treatment takes place in a homelike environment. Inpatient treatment is well-suited for individuals who need medical stabilization before they can participate fully in therapy and other treatment services. Residential treatment is ideal for individuals who are medically stable and ready to participate in counseling sessions and other activities.
Yes. Depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder are just a few of the mental health conditions that commonly occur in people with eating disorders. To ensure you make a full recovery, it’s critical you address the eating disorder and the co-occurring disorder at the same time. If you don’t address the co-occurring disorder, you may continue to engage in unhealthy eating behaviors as a way to cope with your symptoms.
Residential treatment can help you better understand your diagnosis, learn why you engage in unhealthy behaviors and determine how to make healthier choices. It can also help you avoid the physical and psychological consequences of having an untreated eating disorder.