Thalia House opened in 2011 as a transitional living home for women wanting supportive living to recover from their eating disorders and/or co-occurring diagnoses (i.e. substance abuse, trauma, anxiety, depression etc.). We provide individual and family therapy, dietician services, meal support, group therapy and collaborate with psychiatrists and physicians to ensure a multidisciplinary continuum of care. We have residents nationwide that come following discharge from other levels of care of eating disorder treatment or in need of more intensive outpatient care. Our recommended length of stay is 90-120 days but many residents stay 6 months or over a year to fully transition. We are in-network with BCBS and Aetna for Intensive outpatient programming.
Our staff provides a safe home and program that supports the residents gradual reintroduction to daily life skills and sense of ownership for their holistic life goals. We recognize the uniqueness of every individual and their mental health wellness and customize their treatment of care. We assist the residents with gaining life skills thru volunteer work, employment and/or academic enrollment during their stay at Thalia House. This provides the appropriate level of support necessary to both challenge the resident and facilitate long-term recovery.