For Professionals

Our inpatient and outpatient facilities are dedicated solely to the treatment of people with eating disorders.

We are the region’s only provider of specialty inpatient treatment for eating disorders.

Our partnership with UPMC enables us to provide expert medical care to severely ill patients and provide treatment that is informed by research, much of it our own.

Support Services for Professionals

Experts at COPE are available to support agencies and practitioners who treat patients with eating disorders.

We provide:

  • Education
  • Training
  • Consultations on patient-specific concerns or general treatment interventions


Take a Tour

Please consider a personal tour of COPE. Call 412-647-9329 to:
  • Arrange a tour
  • Make a referral
  • Get more information about our services or treatment program

Make a Referral Now

To refer a patient with an eating disorder, call a COPE intake specialist at 412-647-9329.

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