Thalia House opened in 2011 as a transitional living facility designed for young women desiring continued support in recovery from their eating disorders. The founders identified the need for a program that provided support and also gradual reintroduction to daily life and exposure to everyday stressors following in-patient treatment for eating disorders. Today, Thalia House, with the collaborative efforts of Resonate Clinic and the Robin Foundation, provides Intensive outpatient programming with Transitional living that provides support for individuals desiring recovery and relief from disordered eating and weight disturbances, co-occurring diagnoses (i.e. substance abuse, trauma, etc.), and families in need of guidance. 

Thalia House is a place for women who desire the support of a recovery-focused community as they practice life skills, gain freedom from their eating disorders, and continue to work through co-occurring diagnoses. Clients take responsibility for living a healthy lifestyle while receiving ongoing guidance from our staff and support from their peers. Our programming focuses on challenging clients to establish goals for their futures and to work toward pursuing involvement in part-time employment, academic work, and/or volunteer work during their time at Thalia House.

Therapists and clinicians at Thalia House recognize the uniqueness of every individual and of their disorders.  For effective treatment, our clinicians tailor their approaches to the individuality of both the client and his or her symptoms in order to provide the appropriate level of support necessary to both challenge the client and also facilitate long-term recovery. Treatment options include full-time or part-time support, flexibility for everyday living, group support, and access to individual therapists, dietitians, and outside treatment when needed.