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Eating Disorders We Treat

Our mission is to provide specialized and cost-effective treatment for individuals suffering from eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and ARFID

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Our mission is to provide specialized treatment for individuals suffering from eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and ARFID. We follow a well established therapy model for treating eating disorders that integrates individual, group, and family therapy. The Toledo Center is located in a modern, spacious and tranquil setting in Sylvania, Ohio – a historic suburb of Toledo, Ohio. The facility was designed to provide an attractive, and safe alternative to hospital or hospital-based programs.

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Our Programs

Customized treatment for each client. We believe each client’s eating disorder and life experience is unique. Each individualized treatment plan and treatment experience is tailored to meet your specific needs or that of your loved one. As your partner, we provide ongoing guidance and assessment to help navigate your recovery journey.

Partial Hospitalization Program

Partial Hospitalization Program

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Adolescent Residential Program

Adolescent Residential Program

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Adult Residential Program

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Insurance Partners

Evidence-based, Compassionate Care.

Our treatment philosophy is designed to provide an affordable treatment alternative to inpatient care. We’re are here to help.

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What Makes Us Unique?

Admission Information

Selecting the right treatment provider and committing to care is a hard decision. We are here to help, learn more about our admission process.

Alycia Aldieri

National Director of Eating Disorder Admission

Tayler Bowen

Intake Specialist

What Our Clients Say

“I will never be able to thank Toledo Center enough for the help they so readily extended to me when I needed it. I entered the first time in 2012, but I wasn’t quite ready to be open and do it for myself. I returned in 2013, open and ready for true change and health. The entire staff was patient, understanding, and compassionate- all while being direct and pushing me a little more each day to step out of my comfort zone and into healing. My individual therapist has been a constant source of reasoning, support, guidance and compassion for years and years, and the rest of the staff continues to ask how I’m doing and show they care even years after my stay. I can genuinely say that, if you are willing to put in the work, this place and its staff will work wonders in your life. I could not be more thankful for the health and beautiful life I now have thanks to RCC. My daughter has a strong, healthy, happy mother because of the great things that happen at Toledo Center.


“It is difficult to fully explain the tremendous impact that Toledo Center has had on my life. When I entered the clinic I was angry, afraid and hopeless. I could hardly imagine a life without an eating disorder, and I wasn’t sure that I wanted to. But the staff at the clinic both supported and challenged me in ways that taught me that there is so much more to life than having an eating disorder. I also found it reassuring that the program is based on data obtained over many years of research and clinical work. By the time I left the clinic I had hope, and felt truly supported, for the first time in a very long time. I was also able to return home with an evidence-based program to guide me outside of treatment. I am so grateful for the incredible and caring staff at the clinic and for my time there.”


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