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Sometimes it helps stabilize a patient to go to an inpatient program for between a week and a month (on average).

 

Inpatient and Medical-Based Residential Programs


***These programs are typically shorter term(a few days to several weeks) programs in a hospital or inpatient environment. Some programs also offer residential facilities or longer term intensive outpatient with or without supportive housing.

Sheppard Pratt
Multiple Locations
http://www.sheppardpratt.org/

Menninger Clinic
Houston, TX
http://www.menningerclinic.com/

The Meadows Treatment Center
Wickenburg, AZ
http://www.themeadows.org

La Rabida Children's Hospital
Chicago, IL
http://www.larabida.org/program_details.asp?ID=6

Women’s Institute for Incorporation Therapy (men are accepted into intensive outpatient programming)
Inpatient Adult Women Only, Outpatient both Adult Men and Women
Hollywood, FL
http://www.wiit.com

The Center at the Psychiatric Institute of Washington
Washington, DC
http://www.thecenteratPIW.com

Mclean Hospital Trauma and Dissociation Treatment
Belmont, MA
http://www.mclean.harvard.edu/patient/adult/ddtp.php

Arbour Hospital
http://www.arbourhealth.com

Masters and Johnson Programs

Two Rivers Hospital
Kansas City, MO
http://tworivershospital.com

River Oaks Psychiatric Hospital
New Orleans, LA
http://www.riveroakshospital.com

 

Colin A. Ross Institute Programs
http://www.rossinst.com/

Del Amos Hospital

Del Amos, CA
http://www.delamohospital.com

Timerlawn Hospital
Dallas, TX
https://www.timberlawn.com/

Forest View Hospital
Grand Rapids, MI
http://www.forestviewhospital.com/

 


Residential Style Programs
***These programs are TYPICALLY longer term programs and offered in a more open or community based environment. The length of these programs typically ranges from a few weeks to many months, some treating people for a year or longer. Some do not accept insurance coverage, some do contract with insurance companies.

Mellody House
Wickenburg, AZ
http://www.mellodyhouse.org/

Timberlawn Knolls
Lombard, IL
http://www.timberlineknolls.com

The Oaks Treatment Center
Austin, TX
http://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/oaks/

Pia's Place
Prescott, AZ
http://www.piasplace.com/

SLS Residential
Brewster, NY
http://www.slshealth.com/

Austen Riggs Center
Stockbridge, MA
http://www.austenriggs.org


Life Healing Center
Santa Fe, NM
http://www.life-healing.com

The Ranch
Nunnelly, TN
http://www.recoveryranch.com/

Sierra Tucson
Tucson, AZ
http://www.sierratucson.com/

Casa Palmera
Del Mar, CA
http://www.casapalmera.com/

The Canyon
Malibu, CA
http://www.thecyn.com/

Cottonwood de Tucson
Tucson, AZ
http://www.cottonwooddetucson.com


Facilities treat trauma secondary to other conditions (such as addictions or eating disorders)
****These programs all provide trauma specific treatments

 

Eating Disorders

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International ED clinics ~

Treatment finder from something fishy

 

River Oaks Hospital in Louisiana (formerly at Depaul Hospital) with Susan Willard. Very successful and highly rated by former patients.

https://www.riveroakshospital.com/eatingdisorder/index.htm

 

Two Rivers in Kansas City, Mo

http://www.tworivershospital.com

 

The Menninger Clinic (which is now in Houston)

http://www.menningerclinic.com/

 

Westwind Eating Disorder Treatment Centre in Manitoba, Canada

http://www.westwind.mb.ca/

 

Abteilung Psychosomatik, MHH, Hannover, Germany

 

Rosewood Ranch - womens center in Wickenburg, AZ

http://www.rosewoodranch.com/

 

Remuda Ranch

http://www.remudaranch.com/

 

McCallum Place on the Park, in St Louis, MO
http://www.mccallumplace.com/

 

Renfrew Centers (women only, 15+)
Various Locations- Residential in Coconut Creek, FL and Philadelphia, PA
http://www.renfrewcenter.com/


Rader Programs (coed, 18+)
Oxnard, CA and Tulsa, OK
http://www.raderprograms.com/

 


Self-Injury

 

SAFE Alternatives (coed, 12+)
Naperville, IL
http://www.selfinjury.com


Addictions

Cult Survivors (also treats survivors of certain types of sexual abuse and domestic violence)

Wellspring Retreat
Albany, OH
http://www.wellspringretreat.org/

 

Multiple Specialties (like eating disorders and substance abuse)


Free or Low Cost/Financial Assistance (if anyone has a program to add to this list please contact me!)
***These programs may or may not provide trauma specific treatment. Many do not accept people with more severe pathology

The Farm (when entering the website please click "the farm")
Crestwood, KY
http://www.healingall.org/

The Eating Disorder Research Unit
New York, NY
http://www.columbia.edu/~ea12/

Aloha Healing Women Retreats
Hawaii
http://www.eating-disorder-recovery.com/kalanafoundation.htm

Mercy Home for Boys and Girls
Chicago, IL
http://www.mercyhome.org

Boys and Girls town of America
Various Locations
http://www.girlsandboystown.org

Emma Center (as of the date this was last edited this program was not yet running)
Arcata, CA
http://www.emmacenter.org

Cal Farley's Boys Ranch and Girls Town
Amarillo, TX
http://www.calfarley.org/

Mercy Ministries
Multiple Locations
http://www.mercyministries.org/

The Father's Ranch Ministries
Tonasket, WA
http://www.thefathersranch.com/

 

Links of Interest


Retreat Finder

Provides a directory of retreats
http://www.retreatfinder.com/

List of Retreats
Retreats for Survivors
http://www.ibiblio.org/rcip//retreats.html

 

Directory of Eating Disorder Programs
http://www.edreferral.com/

Substance Abuse Treatment Referral
Ran by Samsha
http://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/

Struggling Teens
Has descriptions of treatment centers and therapeutic programs for children, teens, and young adults
***If you use this site, please use the search feature to find program descriptions
http://www.strugglingteens.com

 

 

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References:

Macdonalds, J. (2004). World Book Encyclopedia. United States of America: World Book Inc.

rape. (2006). Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved May 2, 2006, from Encyclopædia Britannica Premium Service. http://www.britannica.com/eb/article?tocId=9376486

Smith, M. D. (2004). Encyclopedia of Rape. USA: Greenwood Press.

Sedney, M., "rape (crime)." Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Scholastic Library Publishing, 2006 <http://gme.grolier.com> (February 1, 2006).

 

 

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