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Find the Best Virginia Eating Disorder Treatment Centers

An eating disorder can be as costly to your health as any substance abuse problem. Often, the greatest damage starts invisibly, inside the body, and as you work to keep weight off you are also wreaking havoc on your muscles and organs. Eating disorders are frequently coupled with a dual diagnosis with other behavioral or mental disorders. This is why it is vital you get help for yourself or your loved ones now if you are battling anorexia nervosa, bulimia-nervosa or another food issue. Luckily, there are 127 addiction treatment programs in Virginia in communities such as Alexandria and Norfolk. This means you can get eating disorder help locally or get out of your own state for a change of pace. Whether you're trying to locate private bulimia-nervosa abuse treatments, out-patient bulimia recovery or something in between, our hotline at no charge advisors can help at (888) 366-2335.

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Mount Regis Center

405 Kimball Avenue
Salem, VA 24153

The experienced and supportive addiction treatment staff at Mount Regis Center is dedicated to providing comprehensive treatment services for alcoholism and substance abuse in a residential setting. Mount Regis Center’s philosophy of treatment is to recognize the individual as a whole being, and we teach patients to approach recovery from addiction with patience and a…
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John Randolph Medical Center
(804) 541-1600

411 W Randolph Rd
Hopewell, VA 23860-2938

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Have Questions? We're here to help 24/7 If you or someone you love is battling anorexia or bulimia, it's imperative to get the disorder treated as soon as possible. Our toll-free helpline operates around the clock to help you find inpatient treatment where you want it, when you want it. We can ever help you determine your insurance eligibility, so call today!
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Virginia Bulimia Nervosa Recovery Resources

When you're seeking the best-quality bulimia-nervosa therapy Virginia has, you can either peruse the entries here in our exhaustive treatment directory, or call to get personalized help from one of our eating disorder call center representatives. Eating disorders, like drug abuse issues, are specific to every person, so a person deserves to be comfortable with the outpatient bulimia clinic or residential rehab you're deciding on to have the best chance of successful treatment. VA bulimia nervosa recovery programs will help you obtain control over this costly disorder so you can regain your health.

Effects of Bulimia Nervosa

Short-term Effects of Bulimia Long-term Effects of Bulimia Signs and Symptoms of Bulimia
  • Swollen salivary glands
  • Frequent weight gain and loss
  • Foul-smelling breath
  • Frequent binging and fasting
  • Food obsession

Virginia Bulimia Centers and Programs

Rehabilitation and Recovery from Bulimia Nervosa

Put a healthy end to the addictive cycle of bulimia today by talking to a knowledgable treatment advisor who can help you find the best services.

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VA Anorexia-Nervosa Recovery Resources

Virginia anorexia nervosa rehab centers offer eating disorder treatment to fit any personal requirements. For some, that will mean luxury programs and for others high-end care. With a at no charge helpline to our knowledgable service advisors, on-hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you can get connected with a high-quality program in VA, check insurance coverage and more. Whether you're looking for exclusive outpatient anorexia-nervosa clinic or residential rehab, we can support you. Most facilities will also be able to address anorexia with a dual-diagnosis, such as a drug dependency, as this is rather common with anorexics. We'll get you started.

Effects of Anorexia Nervosa

Short-term Effects of Anorexia Long-term Effects of Anorexia Signs and Symptoms of Anorexia
  • Dry skin
  • Weighing much less than normal
  • Food preoccupation
  • Carefully monitoring food
  • Laxative, diuretic and enema use

Virginia Anorexia Centers and Programs

Rehabilitation and Recovery from Bulimia Nervosa

Every day you spend fighting anorexia makes it harder for your body to recover. Make the right choice and get help today.

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Street View at 411 W Randolph Rd, Hopewell, Virginia 23860-2938
John Randolph Medical Center 411 W Randolph Rd
Hopewell, VA 23860-2938
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Mount Regis Center 405 Kimball Avenue
Salem, VA 24153
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Family Counseling Center for Recovery 4906 Radford Avenue
Richmond, VA 23230
Trusted Resources
Study - The Scripps Research Institute
23 Mar 2010 ... Scripps Research Study Shows Compulsive Eating Shares Same Addictive Biochemical Mechanism with Cocaine, Heroin Abuse.
Bulimia Nervosa - University of California, Santa Barbara
Bulimia Nervosa. Edited by Shane R. Jimerson, Ph.D. Contributed to by the Graduate Students in the Counseling, Clinical, andSchool Psychology Program at ...
Compulsive Overeating Disorder: Genetics Vs. Behavior
Biology 202, Spring 2005 · First Web Papers On Serendip. CompulsiveOvereating Disorder: Genetics Vs. Behavior. Sofya Safro. There was a case of two British ...

Deciding on the top-rated eating disorder rehab Virginia has available is as painless as using our no-cost helpline or reading through our treatment directory further down this page. The rates of occurrence of bulimia, anorexia and other eating disorders among women is high, with as many as 10% reporting symptoms and signs of an eating disorder. The harm eating disorders do to bulimics and anorexics is often less visible than as a person becoming skinnier or heavier. The effects on a person's internal organs may be considerable and hidden as well as irreversible. Whether you're looking for luxury treatments, exclusive recovery in Virginia or simply a VA out-patient program, it is important you don't put it off further. Call (888) 366-2335 today - do it for those you care for the most!

Where to Find an Eating Disorder Rehab in Virginia