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Entering treatment is one of the biggest steps in recovery and trying to navigate all the details can often feel overwhelming. At Toledo Center, we do our best to alleviate any worries, stress, or questions about the admissions process. We make sure our clients and their families feel at ease, well-informed, and prepared before entering treatment.

Admissions Process

1. Connect With Us First, you’ll speak with a member of our Admissions Team via phone at 419-603-4239. They will go over pertinent details including personal information, medical history, etc. to determine if Toledo Center is the right fit.
2. Insurance Review & Payment Options Our Admissions Team will then verify your or your loved one’s health insurance benefits, as well as payment options.
3. Admission Assessment After or during insurance verification, we will complete an admission assessment over the phone.
4. Schedule Travel & Admission Once clinical, medical, and financial needs have been confirmed, we will coordinate a date of admission and travel details.
5. Welcome & In-Person Assessment Upon arrival at Toledo Center, you or your loved one will be warmly welcomed by our staff, who will complete any remaining intake paperwork.

Toledo Center’s Clinical Director, Alicia Winne, MSW, LISW, shares what sets Toledo Center apart.

6. Recovery Once all intake and financial paperwork is complete, you or your loved one will meet with nursing staff and other members of the treatment team to complete assessments. This is the beginning of your recovery experience at Toledo Center.
In the video, our National Admissions Director, Alycia Aldieri, talks about her personal eating disorder and addiction recovery journey and the importance of offering client-centered treatment that’s based on authenticity, compassion, and integrity.

Paying for Treatment

Toledo Center has agreements with major insurance companies that provide full or partial reimbursement for eating disorder treatment costs; however, we don’t accept Medicare or Medicaid. Additionally, we are proud to be a participating provider in the VA Community Care Network (NPI # 1710033568). 

Our in-network insurance providers currently include:

Additionally, we are often able to secure single case agreements with insurance companies that aren’t listed above.


Admissions FAQS

There is no set length of stay for our programs since treatment is individualized to meet the needs of each client. The average length of stay is 6-8 weeks; however, some clients may need more or less treatment depending on their individual presentation.
There are different opinions on this topic, but we know that complete recovery from an eating disorder is possible. However, studies show that the prospect for recovery are greatly reduced without proper treatment. At Toledo Center, we understand the importance of being realistic about recovery and know that it’s a process. We work with each client to understand the underlying issues of their eating disorder and address those issues so they can find freedom.
We treat individuals whose primary diagnosis is their eating disorder. However, many of our clients also struggle with co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), to name a few. Our experienced team of professionals works with each client to customize an individual treatment plan that addresses their eating disorder and any co-occurring disorder(s).

At Toledo Center, we treat all genders, ages 10 and older.

Our Admissions Team works with each client, their insurance company, and the Toledo Center clinical staff to determine and recommend the level of care that will be most beneficial for their treatment. We currently offer adult and adolescent residential and partial hospitalization treatment programs.

We encourage family involvement in the treatment process. The type and level of family involvement varies depending on each client’s family circumstances. Family therapy is one of the cornerstones of treatment for clients ages 10-17. From a practical perspective, parents or guardians are legally responsible for their children who are younger than 18 years old and we work with parents to ensure each client’s therapeutic goals are met. Additionally, we offer a Family Education and Coaching Program to empower parents and caregivers to come part of the recovery team for their child.

If you’re ready to take the next step in the eating disorder recovery process for you or your loved one, the compassionate team at Toledo Center is here to help. Give us a call at 419-603-4239 or complete our contact form.