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For Families

Our Approach Is Not One-Size-Fits-All

The UPMC Center for Eating Disorders is western Pennsylvania’s only inpatient program dedicated to eating disorders, with appropriate programs for children and adults.

We understand the complexities of eating disorders for patients and their loved ones. We work with each patient to customize a treatment, which may include day hospital care or more traditional outpatient approaches.

Group and family therapy sessions are also an important part of treatment.

» Learn more about how we treat eating disorders.

The Team at the UPMC Center for Eating Disorders

Our specialists provide effective, evidence-informed treatment. Our team includes:

  • Medical practitioners
  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Social workers
  • Dietitians

» Learn more about Our Team of Professionals.

Contact Us

To make an inpatient referral or for questions regarding a hospital admission, please call 412-624-1000.

To refer to any outpatient levels of care, please provide your email address to receive a link to our patient intake form.

For general questions regarding any outpatient levels of care, please call 412-246-6390.

UPMC Center for Eating Disorders
3811 O'Hara St.
Eighth floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Bellefield Towers
100 North Bellefield Ave.
Lower Level
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

When To Contact the UPMC Center for Eating Disorders

If you think a family member may have an eating disorder, call us at 412-647-9329.

Our specialists will answer your questions and help determine if the UPMC Center for Eating Disorders would benefit your loved one.

From a Patient

"Thank you for all you did to help [our son] and our family. He thinks so much of you. We appreciate so much the support and encouragement you have given to him and to all of us. Your kindness will always be remembered. We could not have gone through this without you.”

(Note: This patient's treatment and results may not be representative of all similar cases)

Read more comments from our patients and their families.