Forest View's professional reputation has been developed
through 18 years of experience in the treatment of Eating Disorders.
Forest View provides services for children, adolescents and adults
struggling with anorexia nervosa (self-starvation) and bulimia nervosa
The treatment team provides services and addresses
co-existing psychiatric disorders such as major depression, substance
abuse and trauma disorders. Eating disorders treatment is provided
as an integrated part of general adult and adolescent inpatient and
partial hospital treatment programs.
- Acute Inpatient Treatment is for those individuals whose behavior
has placed them at serious risk due to medical complications and
for those who are suicidal or self-abusive. Patients receive treatment
on the inpatient unit which is staffed 24 hours per day.
- Partial Hospitalization is available for patients needing significant
structure in order to control eating behaviors. Many patients transition
from inpatient to partial during their treatment. Patients attend
programming 6 hours per day, Monday through Friday while residing
in the community.
The more warning signs a person has, the higher the probability
the person has or is developing an eating disorder. If you think you
or someone you know has an eating disorder, please call and talk
to a mental health professional who is prepared to answer questions
and provide information.
Our Assessment and Referral Center is available at 800.949.8439, 24 hours a day and all assessments are provided free of charge.
Visiting Professional Program
Visiting Professionals Program provides professionals with the opportunity to see our Psychological Trauma Treatment Services in action. Contact Community Relations at (616) 954-3115 or 1-800-949-8439, ext. 115 to make an appointment. The Visiting Professional form is available for download.