Center for Hope of the Sierras’ Henderson location, near Las Vegas, is pleased to provide outpatient care for individuals who are struggling with eating disorders and certain co-occurring mental health concerns.
Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) and partial hospitalization program (PHP) provide comprehensive eating disorder treatment for individuals who do not require the intensive support of an inpatient setting. PHP and IOP participants attend several hours of therapeutic services each day, but return to their homes in the evening. This balanced approach provides opportunities to practice healthy habits and coping skills under the guidance of our experienced staff. Apartments are available to adult clients who do not live locally to Las Vegas. We do not provide transportation for those that do not live in the apartments.
Who We Serve
Center for Hope’s treatment center near Las Vegas serves teens and adults age 14 and above who can benefit from eating disorder treatment in an outpatient setting. Potential clients may be transitioning from a higher level of care, or may require a step-up in care from community-based support. Our goal is to empower you to return to independent living with referrals to your community, ready to continue making progress on your journey to sustained recovery.
What We Treat
Our IOP and PHP focus on eating disorder recovery, but other types of mental health illnesses often accompany an eating disorder diagnosis. Each person’s treatment plan is individualized to reflect their unique needs, and can address conditions like anxiety, depression, PTSD, substance abuse, and even health concerns like diabetes.
Our Treatment Approach
The average length of stay in PHP or IOP at Center for Hope’s Henderson location is 30 to 45 days. During that time, you’ll have access to a wide variety of evidence-based treatment modalities to help you achieve your goals for recovery. As you work to heal your body and mind, you will participate in:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
- Experiential therapy (e.g., art, cooking, equine therapy)
- Nutrition support
- Medication management (as needed)
- Medical monitoring by nursing staff
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy
- Group therapy (topics may include body image, processing, coping skills, etc.)