The Moore Center provides comprehensive eating disorders treatment options for male and female adults and adolescents, including Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient levels of care. The programming provides critical medical supervision and support and teaches patients the skills they need to live lives of recovery, while providing daily opportunities to practice these recovery skills in a real-world context.

In an effort to increase access to residential eating disorders treatment in the Northwest, Eating Recovery Center has partnered with The Moore Center to expand its 24-hour treatment program for male and female adults and adolescents.

Opening in Spring 2014, Eating Recovery Center of Washington is a 24-bed Residential program located in close proximity to The Moore Center on the Overlake Hospital Medical Campus in Bellevue, WA. Eating Recovery Center of Washington’s program will mirror Eating Recovery Center’s Residential programs for adults and adolescents in Denver, Colorado, which were created and are overseen by internationally recognized eating disorders treatment experts Drs. Kenneth Weiner, Craig Johnson, Emmett Bishop and Ovidio Bermudez. The Moore Center’s medical and clinical leadership will collaborate with Eating Recovery Center’s experts to ensure effective delivery of Eating Recovery Center’s evidence-based treatment philosophies, processes and interventions in a 24-hour treatment environment. To support continuity of care and sustainability of recovery upon discharge from Eating Recovery Center of Washington’s Residential program, The Moore Center’s Partial Hospitalization Programs for adults and adolescents offer a step-down level of care through 11 hours of treatment 7 days per week, as well as opportunities to practice recovery outside of the controlled treatment environment during evenings at home or in peer- or family-supported apartment communities.