1. What services does ERC provide?
Eating Recovery Center (ERC) offers a continuum of care that includes Inpatient, Residential, Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient. We additionally offer virtual programming through our Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program for patients who are eligible. ERC is the nation’s only healthcare system dedicated to the treatment of eating disorders at all levels of care, providing patients and their families with a seamless transition as they progress through treatment: ensuring a successful transition back to outpatient care.
Our multidisciplinary treatment teams consist of a psychiatrist, family clinician, dietitian, nurse, case manager, alumni coordinator and other patient-related support staff, all of whom collaborate to provide individualized treatment plans. Patients also have access to a full-time internal medicine physician.
Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center is part of a leading national mental healthcare system dedicated to the treatment of mood, anxiety and trauma-related disorders, including depression and mania, generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and PTSD: with multiple levels of care including Residential, Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient. We additionally offer virtual programming through our Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program for patients who are eligible.
The Pathlight treatment model allows patients to transition up or down seamlessly between different levels of care and locations based on need. Pathlight’s evidence-based approaches, coupled with multidisciplinary treatment teams, approach each patient as a whole and unique person, no matter how complex the diagnosis, to help patients of all ages, genders, races and ethnicities.
2. Where are ERC services located?
With locations in Cincinnati, Ohio, California, Colorado, Illinois, Texas, Maryland, Washington and Wisconsin, Eating Recovery Center offers best-in-class, comprehensive eating disorder treatment at all levels of care, with inclusive treatment for adults, and children and adolescents of all genders. Learn more about our specific centers and locations.
3. How does therapists make a referral for ERC services?
There are five ways to make a referral:
1. Contact our master’s level Clinical Assessment staff at 1-866-955-2716
2. Contact your professional Relations Liaison Gia Yunker at 513 507 7157 or Gia.Yunker@ErcPathlight.com
2. Email us at email@example.com
3. Fax your patient’s information to 425-974-1530
4. Or click here to access the Quick Admit form
4. Where can therapists access Continuation Education about eating disorders?
The ERC and Pathlight Academy content library offers live and on-demand educational opportunities for professionals, with presentations developed and led by industry-leading experts in behavioral health and eating disorders.
Professional Relations Liaison | Midwest Region
Direct: 513-507-7157 | Admissions: 877-825-8584