About Toledo Center
Clinically Excellent Eating Disorder Treatment Informed By Research
Our network uses BASIS-24 to identify a wide range of symptoms and that occur across the diagnostic spectrum. Using a five-point Likert scale, the 24 questions are scored using a weighted average algorithm that gives an overall score and scores for six subscales that cover the following domains: depression, relationships, self-harm, emotional lability, psychosis, and substance abuse. The questionnaire was administered at admission, mid-treatment or every 30 days, and again at discharge.
When compared to 23,172 residential treatment cases and 17,440 partial hospitalization program (PHP) cases across comparable facilities nationwide, the Odyssey Eating Disorder Network outpaced a number of industry benchmarks and helped hundreds of clients progress in their recovery journeys in 2021. We look forward to expanding our outcomes measurements to include EAT-26, which is the most widely used standardized self-report measure of eating disorder symptoms.
Why Toledo Center?
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2021 Client Demographics
Odyssey Eating Disorder Network
Reduction In Psychosis
Toledo Center clients experienced a 48% reduction in psychosis.
Reduction In Substance Abuse
Toledo Center clients experienced a 35% reduction in substance abuse.
Reduction in Self-Harm
Toledo Center clients experienced a 30% reduction in self-harm.