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August 8, 2019
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Locations > Anna Westin House West for Adults

Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Contact us about in-person and virtual eating disorder treatment options.

24/7 Residential Eating Disorder Treatment by The Emily Program

Get help now

About the Anna Westin House West Residential Eating Disorder Treatment Center

The Emily Program’s Anna Westin House West in Minneapolis, Minnesota, provides evidence-based care for adults in need of highly structured, intensive eating disorder residential treatment. Like the Anna Westin House and Anna Westin House for Adolescents, it is named in memory of Anna Westin, a Chaska woman who died in 2000 after battling an eating disorder without access to appropriate treatment.

The Anna Westin House West is a comfortable, state-of-the-art facility nestled in the peaceful Linden Hills neighborhood. All residents in our 24/7 residential eating disorder treatment program in Minneapolis have opportunities to explore the area to practice their recovery skills, and relax on their journey to recovery. 

The Anna Westin House employs a multidisciplinary approach to eating disorder treatment, involving medical professionals, therapists, dietitians, and other specialists to provide a well-rounded care plan tailored to each individual’s needs.

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Eating disorder treatment services provided at The Anna Westin House – Minneapolis include:

  • Contemporary homelike setting for all genders
  • Onsite 24/7 nursing supervision and medical monitoring
  • Onsite therapists, physicians, dietitians, and other professional staff
  • Individual, group, and family therapy
  • Integrative interventions, such as yoga
  • Support for co-occurring disorders
  • Therapeutic meals and snacks with nutrition counseling and education
  • Onsite laundry facilities, WiFi, and common area
  • Family education and support

If you or someone you know needs help with an eating disorder, reach out today.

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    Living Room

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    Bedroom

  • Yoga room at Anna Westin House West

    Yoga Room

Eating Disorders Treated at the Anna Westin House West

The Anna Westin House West in Minneapolis, Minnesota, provides a supportive environment and expert care to help adults with eating disorders on the path to lasting recovery. Multidisciplinary staff tailor treatment to address all types of eating disorders and related concerns. 

  • Anorexia Nervosa: Involves significant food restriction due to an overwhelming fear of gaining weight and distorted body image. 
  • Bulimia Nervosa: Involves recurrent episodes of binge eating followed by attempts to prevent weight gain through self-induced vomiting, laxative misuse, or other compensatory measures
  • Binge Eating Disorder (BED): Involves regular episodes of binge eating, followed by guilt, shame, and a sense of lack of control
  • Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID): Food restriction or avoidance due to fear or anxiety surrounding eating, negative sensory experiences with food, or a lack of interest
  • Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders (OSFED): A diagnostic category used to classify eating disorders that do not meet the full criteria for anorexia, bulimia, or other eating disorder

At the Anna Westin House West, we understand the intricacies of eating disorders and disordered behaviors like compulsive overeating, which is often linked to bulimia, binge eating disorder, and OSFED. Our dedicated team provides continuous, personalized support to help you navigate your food and body-related challenges and achieve lasting recovery.

Get help now


A typical week at the Anna Westin House West

Residents participate in group sessions, a variety of individual sessions, and therapeutic meals and snacks. Sessions include psychotherapy,  nutrition, medical assessments and monitoring, psychiatric visits, and other services during the week. Each resident’s schedule is personalized to meet their specific needs.


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Components of residential eating disorder treatment at the Anna Westin House West

  • Group Psychotherapy:

    In our group therapy sessions, you’ll find a supportive community of peers who truly understand your journey. Our empathetic therapists use proven methods like CBT, DBT, and FBT to help you navigate your eating disorder, equipping you with the skills and tools you need for lasting recovery. 

  • Family Therapy:

    We offer comprehensive resources for your loved ones, including vital education about your eating disorder that empowers them to learn how to best support your recovery. Their understanding makes your transition back to everyday life post-residential care smoother, fostering a strong support system as you continue in recovery. We also offer comprehensive support and resources to help your loved ones manage this difficult time, ensuring they can take care of themselves, too. 

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    Nutrition Therapy:

    Our expert dietitians provide tailored nutrition counseling, education, and meal planning. This support aids in breaking free from harmful behaviors, restoring your health, and regaining trust in your body’s natural signals. 

  • Medical Care:

    Eating disorders can cause severe complications, affecting every system of your body.  systems. At the Anna Westin House West, you will receive 24/7 monitoring by our on-site nurses as well as regular appointments with physicians or physician assistants. This around-the-clock medical care ensures peace of mind for you and your loved ones, knowing you have access to immediate support whenever needed. 

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    Psychiatric Care:

    We know that co-occurring conditions like anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and substance use disorder need to be treated along with your eating disorder for a lasting recovery. That’s why our team includes experienced psychiatrists who promote a mind-body connection, addressing underlying psychological concerns and incorporating medication management when needed.

  • couple grocery shopping

    Experiential Activities:

    At the Anna Westin House West, our residential treatment includes practical activities such as cooking, grocery shopping, and dining together. These experiences allow you to use the coping skills you’ve gained in treatment in real-world settings, making the switch to everyday life smoother. By practicing these skills in a supportive environment, you’ll feel more prepared and confident to face daily challenges after treatment ends.

  • Additional Therapies:

    We go beyond standard therapy by offering integrative approaches that support your recovery through different methods of emotional processing and expression. These therapies can include:

    • Expressive Arts: Creating art can reduce your anxiety, improve body image, and foster healthier coping mechanisms. Expressive arts offer a safe, non-verbal outlet for you to express, explore, and reflect on your emotions, making it an effective tool for sharing your inner experiences.
    • Movement Therapy: Practicing yoga, stretching, and strength work in our treatment program helps you reestablish a connection between your mind and body, which is a crucial aspect of recovery. Attuned movement also provides a healthy way to manage stress, helping you develop effective coping strategies.

Eating disorder recovery begins here. Get started today.

Where to find us

3012 West 44th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55410

P: 888-364-5977 ext. 2400
Toll-Free: 1-888-364-5977

Parking

AWHW offers a limited amount of parking in a small lot located on the north side of the building. Access that parking lot via the alley off of Xerxes Avenue. Ample street parking is also available and free of charge. Look for street parking locations on the south side of 44th Street (directly across from our building), on both sides of Xerxes Avenue and on various other cross streets near our location. Our neighborhood is very pedestrian friendly with full sidewalks and crossing lights.

Public transportation

The Twin Cities’ public transportation system is operated by Metro Transit. Take Route 6 to Stop 6249 or Stop 6383, both of which are less than a 5-minute walk from our building. Plan your trip. 

Building access

Our primary entry faces south to 44th Street. If you park in our parking lot or otherwise arrive at the north end of our property, take the back stairs toward the building and follow the sidewalks around to the south side/44th Street entry. For safety and security of our clients, the treatment center’s doors are secured 24/7. You will be able to alert staff to your arrival at the 44th Street entry and they will provide you access. This entry is also ADA accessible for your convenience.

We’re Here To Help

  • Dawn Boettcher headshot

    Dawn Boettcher, PsyD, LP

    Site Director

    P: 1-866-479-9990 ext. 2407

    Meet Dawn

  • McKenzie Olson

    McKenzie Olson

    Administrative Coordinator

    P: 1-866-479-9990 ext. 2442

    Meet McKenzie

  • Mary Bretzman

    Mary Bretzman, MD

    Regional Medical Director, North

    Meet Mary

  • Cassandra Jones

    Cassandra Jones, MD

    Regional Director of Child and Adolescent Medical Services, North

  • Scott Crow

    Scott Crow, MD

    Regional Director of Psychiatric Services, North

    Meet Scott

  • Caleb Kaihoi

    Caleb Kaihoi, MA, LMFT

    Senior Regional Director, North

    Meet Caleb

  • Mark Warren headshot

    Mark Warren, MD, MPH, FAED

    Chief Medical Officer

    Meet Mark

Ask for help. You are not alone. Begin your journey to recovery today.

Get eating disorder help now

September 20, 2018
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Locations > St. Paul (Como)

Eating Disorder Treatment
in St. Paul, Minnesota

Contact us about in-person and virtual eating disorder treatment options.

About The Emily Program’s St. Paul-Como location

The Emily Program’s St. Paul–Como location in Minnesota is a beacon of hope for those grappling with eating disorders.

We are committed to providing personalized treatment plans for our clients from our diverse range of service offerings. At our St. Paul–Como location, we have Intensive Day Programming (IDP) an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), and outpatient sessions for adolescents and adults. We integrate evidence-based therapies, nutrition counseling, group therapy, and other integrative interventions like yoga and expressive arts, ensuring a comprehensive approach to recovery.

Our St. Paul location is not just about treating the physical symptoms of eating disorders. Our St. Paul IOP program, IDP program, and outpatient programs delve deep into the emotional, mental, and behavioral aspects, ensuring a holistic healing process. Recognizing the importance of early intervention, we encourage individuals to take the first step toward recovery by contacting us. If you’re contemplating whether it’s time to seek help, our self-assessment quiz can guide you. Always remember, we’re just a call away at 1-888-364-5977, ready to assist you on your path to recovery.

  • Building exterior of The Emily Program St. Paul - Como
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Eating disorder treatment services include:

  • Intensive Day Program (IDP) for adults and adolescents
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for adults and adolescents
  • Outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents
  • Lodging available for clients (18+) in IDP
  • Programming available up to 7 days a week
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Medical services for clients in IDP
  • Recovery night
  • Nutritional evaluation and counseling
  • Psychiatric services while in programming
  • Co-occurring disorder therapy
  • Integrative interventions, such as yoga or expressive arts

If you or someone you know needs help with an eating disorder, reach out today.

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Eating disorders treated at our St. Paul–Como location

The Emily Program’s outpatient location in St. Paul, Minnesota provides a safe space for healing from eating disorders. We combine evidence-based treatments with compassionate support, tailored to each client’s needs. In our holistic approach to healing, our multidisciplinary team addresses the physical and mental health aspects of all types of eating disorders and related conditions. 

At The Emily Program in St. Paul, we also recognize that behaviors such as compulsive overeating often intertwine with primary eating disorder diagnoses. Regardless of your specific symptoms, our multidisciplinary care team is here to support your journey toward a balanced relationship with food and your body.

Get help now


Components of The Emily Program’s treatment programs

  • Group Psychotherapy:

    Surrounded by peers who understand your journey, you’ll gain strength from their experiences and support in our group therapy sessions. Our empathetic therapists integrate leading approaches—CBT, DBT, and FBT—to help you make sense of your eating disorder and develop effective coping strategies. 

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    Family Therapy:

    The Emily Program values the role of your loved ones in your healing process. Through family-based treatment (FBT) for adolescents and family and/or couples therapy for adults, we equip those around you with the knowledge and tools to assist in your recovery. Recognizing that your illness also affects your loved ones, we also provide resources and support to help them navigate the recovery journey alongside you.

  • fruits and vegetables

    Nutrition Therapy:

    Our dietitians provide custom nutrition counseling, education, and meal planning to address your unique needs. This helps you interrupt harmful eating patterns, restore health, and trust your body’s natural signals.

  • Medical Care:

    Physical consequences of eating disorders, such as hair loss, low blood glucose levels, and heart palpitations can be serious, and they warrant professional care. At The Emily Program’s St. Paul–Como location, our expert medical team provides essential services as needed, ensuring your physical health is supported throughout your recovery.

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    Psychiatric Care:

    We know that managing co-occurring conditions such as anxiety, PTSD, substance use disorder, and depression is essential for a lasting recovery from your eating disorder. Our care team includes psychiatrists who can help with these issues if necessary, ensuring that every aspect of your health and well-being is addressed.

  • couple grocery shopping

    Experiential Activities:

    In The Emily Program’s intensive day and outpatient programs, you’ll participate in hands-on activities like cooking, grocery shopping, and dining out. These activities help you apply the coping skills learned in treatment to real-world situations, making your transition to everyday life much easier. By practicing in a supportive environment, you’ll gain the confidence and skills necessary to thrive long after your treatment ends.

  • Education/Schooling:

    At The Emily Program, school-age clients don’t have to sacrifice their education while receiving the care they need. We include a study hall during program hours for our IDP program so that students can stay on track with their schoolwork during their healing journey. 

  • Additional Therapies:

    Our approach to eating disorder treatment extends beyond conventional therapy, incorporating integrative methods that support your recovery through different forms of emotional processing and expression. These therapies include:

    • Expressive Arts: Art-making offers a way to alleviate your anxiety, improve body image, and develop healthier coping skills. Through expressive arts, you can safely explore, share, and reflect on your experiences and feelings without words, providing a meaningful method for emotional processing.
    • Movement Therapy: Through yoga, stretching, and strength exercises, you can reestablish the mind-body connection essential for recovery. These activities also offer a productive way to manage stress, allowing you time to ground yourself and practice your healthy coping techniques.

Lodging

The Emily Program believes treatment should be accessible to everyone. Lodging is another way we’re committed to encouraging lifetime recovery for our clients.

Our comfortable and secure lodging options were specifically designed for adult clients (18+) recovering in our IDP eating disorder treatment programs in Minnesota.

St. Paul – Park Lodging

For adult clients who live away from the area, but need intensive day programming (IDP)

  • Beautiful homelike surroundings in a safe and secure neighborhood setting
  • A comfortable, nonclinical setting
  • Convenient accessibility within blocks of The Emily Program offices, public transportation, restaurants, and retail shops
  • Fully furnished rooms with modern amenities
  • Onsite laundry facilities, WiFi, and common area
  • Opportunities to practice real-life recovery skills

Eating disorder recovery begins here. Get started today. 

Where to find us

2265 Como Ave.
St Paul, MN 55108
P: 888-364-5977 ext. 1100
F: 651-379-6141
Toll-Free: 1-888-364-5977

Parking

A parking lot is available behind our building.

  • A second parking lot is located about a block to the east on Como Avenue (between Commonwealth and Hillside Avenues).
  • Free street parking is available. Time restrictions vary so pay careful attention to signs.

Public transportation

The Twin Cities’ public transportation system is operated by Metro Transit. Take Bus Route 3A or 3B to Stop 88, located just outside our building. Plan your trip. 

We’re Here to Help

  • Micahel Butchko headshot

    Michael S. Butchko, PhD, LP

    Site Director

    P: 1-866-498-5128 ext. 1152

    Meet Michael

  • Molly McCann

    Molly McCann

    Office Manager

    P: 1-866-498-5128 ext. 1166

    Meet Molly

  • Mary Bretzman

    Mary Bretzman, MD

    Regional Medical Director, North

    Meet Mary

  • Cassandra Jones

    Cassandra Jones, MD

    Regional Director of Child and Adolescent Medical Services, North

  • Scott Crow

    Scott Crow, MD

    Regional Director of Psychiatric Services, North

    Meet Scott

  • Caleb Kaihoi

    Caleb Kaihoi, MA, LMFT

    Senior Regional Director, North

    Meet Caleb

  • Mark Warren headshot

    Mark Warren, MD, MPH, FAED

    Chief Medical Officer

    Meet Mark

Ask for help. You are not alone. Begin your journey to recovery today.

Get eating disorder help now

September 20, 2018
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Locations > Anna Westin House for Adolescents

Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, Minnesota

Contact us about in-person and virtual eating disorder treatment options.

24/7 Residential Eating Disorder Treatment for Adolescents

Get help now

About the Anna Westin House Residential Eating Disorder Treatment Center for Adolescents

The Anna Westin House – Adolescents employs a multidisciplinary approach to eating disorder treatment, involving medical professionals, therapists, dietitians, and other specialists to provide a well-rounded care plan tailored to each individual’s needs.

We invite you to begin with our eating disorder quiz. This initial step is valuable in answering the question “Do I have an eating disorder?” and gauging whether it’s time to seek professional assistance.

When you feel ready to take the next step, please contact us at 1-888-364-5977 to schedule an assessment. We are unwavering in our commitment to serving as your support system, delivering the highest standard of care, and aiding you in regaining control of your life from the grip of an eating disorder.

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  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program |Group Therapy Room

    group therapy room

  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program | Community Kitchen and Dining Room

    community kitchen and dining room

Eating disorder treatment services provided at The Anna Westin House for Adolescents include:

  • Contemporary homelike setting for teenagers and young adults of all genders
  • Onsite 24/7 nursing supervision and medical monitoring
  • Onsite therapists, physicians, dietitians, and other professional staff
  • Individual, group, and family therapy
  • Integrative interventions, such as expressive arts and movement therapy
  • Support for co-occurring disorders
  • Therapeutic meals and snacks; nutrition counseling and education
  • School instruction from licensed St. Paul teachers
  • Onsite laundry facilities, WiFi, and common area

If you or someone you know needs help with an eating disorder, reach out today.

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  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program | Residential Bedroom

    bedroom

  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program | School room

    School Room

Eating disorders treated at the Anna Westin House for Adolescents

At the Anna Westin House for Adolescents in St. Paul, Minnesota, we understand that eating disorders come in many forms. The Emily Program’s residential treatment program offers multidisciplinary care to help adolescents struggling with all types of eating disorders, along with any related mental health challenges.

  • Anorexia Nervosa: Marked by a strong fear of gaining weight and a preoccupation with thinness, leading to restriction of food intake and low body weight
  • Bulimia Nervosa: Features compulsive cycles of distressing binge eating episodes and subsequent purging behaviors
  • Binge Eating Disorder (BED): Marked by repeated binge eating episodes that are accompanied by feelings of self-loathing and disgust
  • Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID): Characterized by limited dietary intake due to anxiety surrounding food, sensory sensitivities, or a loss of interest in eating
  • Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders (OSFED): Eating disorders that don’t fit neatly into categories of anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating disorder, yet still cause deep emotional pain and disrupt daily functioning

At the Anna Westin House for Adolescents, we address both primary eating disorders and related disordered behaviors such as compulsive overeating. Our dedicated team specializes in adolescent care, providing personalized support and evidence-based treatments that empower young individuals on their journey toward a balanced and healthy future.

Get help now


A typical week at the Anna Westin House for Adolescents

Residents participate in group sessions, a variety of individual sessions, and therapeutic meals and snacks. Sessions may include psychotherapy, family therapy, nutrition, expressive arts therapy, medical assessments and monitoring, psychiatric visits, and other activities during the week. Each resident’s schedule at The Emily Program’s St. Paul treatment center is personalized to meet their specific needs.


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  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program | Bedroom with 3 beds
    Bedroom with 3 beds
  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program | Single bedroom
    single bedroom
  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program | Double bedroom
    double bedroom
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    residential bathroom
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    bathroom
  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program | Office
    office
  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program | Medical office
    medical office
  • Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, MN | The Emily Program | Exam room
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Components of residential eating disorder treatment at the Anna Westin House for Adolescents

  • Group Psychotherapy:

    Our residential program features powerful group therapy specifically designed for adolescents with eating disorders. Here, your child will find peers who can truly relate and gain encouragement, empathy, and fresh perspectives. Our expert therapists use evidence-based methods including CBT, DBT, and FBT to help your adolescent understand the emotions and thoughts behind their disordered eating behaviors, develop coping skills, and build a strong foundation for lasting recovery.

  • parenting comforting teenage daughter

    Family Therapy:

    At The Emily Program, we understand how vital families are in the healing journey. That is why we offer family-based treatment (FBT) to empower you to play an active role in your child’s recovery. You’ll receive expert education on your adolescent’s eating disorder, including the best ways to support them in residential care and beyond. Our family therapy also provides you with the support and resources you need to navigate this challenging time. 

  • fruits and vegetables

    Nutrition Therapy:

    Our registered dietitians offer personalized nutrition counseling, education, and meal planning to help your child interrupt symptom use, restore body health, and regain trust in their body’s natural hunger and fullness cues.

  • Medical Care:

    Your adolescent’s eating disorder can cause severe physical effects, ranging from brittle hair and nails to heart failure. At The Anna Westin House for Adolescents, we have nurses on site 24/7 to monitor and evaluate your child’s health and meet their individual needs, as well as regular appointments with physicians. The around-the-clock care ensures your child receives the medical attention they deserve, day and night. 

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    Psychiatric Care:

    We understand that any co-occurring conditions — such as anxiety, depression, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) — need to be treated alongside your child’s eating disorder to build a lasting recovery. That is why our expert psychiatrists collaborate with the rest of their treatment team to accurately diagnose co-existing conditions, manage medications as needed, and address any psychological factors underlying their eating disorder.

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    Experiential Activities:

    Residential treatment at The Emily Program includes engaging hands-on activities like cooking, grocery shopping, and dining out or dining in. These group activities allow your child to implement the coping skills they have learned in treatment to real-life scenarios, preparing them for life in the “real world” with tools that will serve them long after treatment. 

  • couple grocery shopping

    Education/Schooling:

    At The Emily Program, you don’t have to choose between your child’s recovery and academic progress. We collaborate with your child’s home district and the local school district to ensure their education continues seamlessly while they receive care. Licensed teachers from St. Paul Public Schools provide tutoring and academic support. 

  • Additional Therapies:

    Our program goes beyond traditional therapy to offer integrative approaches that aid your child’s recovery through varied methods of emotional processing and self-expression. These therapies may include:

    • Expressive Arts: Art-making can alleviate your child’s anxiety, assist with any body image issues, and help in forming healthier coping skills. Expressive arts are especially helpful as a tool for your child to share, explore, and reflect on their emotions, experiences, and thoughts in a safe, non-verbal way.
    • Movement Therapy: Yoga, stretching, strength work, and other forms of movement can help your child reconnect to their mind and body. Movement can also give your adolescent a healthy outlet for their stressors, allowing them to ground themselves with healthy coping skills.

Eating disorder recovery begins here. Get started today.

Where to find us

2230 Como Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55108

P: 888-364-5977 ext. 1900
F: 651-641-6190
Toll-Free: 1-888-364-5977

Parking

Free parking is available in the lot just east of our building (located between Commonwealth and Hillside Avenues). Free street parking is also available. Time restrictions vary, so please pay careful attention to signs.

Public transportation

The Twin Cities’ public transportation system is operated by Metro Transit. Take Bus Route 3A or 3B to Stop 88, located just outside our building. Plan your trip. 

We’re Here To Help

  • Chelsea Murphy

    Chelsea Murphy

    Site Director

    P: 1-866-479-9900 ext. 1513

  • Angelica Morales

    Administrative Coordinator

    P: 1-866-479-9900 ext. 1901

  • Felicia Bloedow

    Administrative Coordinator

    P: 1-866-479-9900 ext. 1900

  • Liza Torgerson

    Liza Endersbe

    Regional Behavioral Health Technician (BHT) Manager

    P: 1-866-479-9900 ext. 1509

    Meet Liza

  • Mary Bretzman

    Mary Bretzman, MD

    Regional Medical Director, North

    Meet Mary

  • Cassandra Jones

    Cassandra Jones, MD

    Regional Director of Child and Adolescent Medical Services, North

  • Scott Crow

    Scott Crow, MD

    Regional Director of Psychiatric Services, North

    Meet Scott

  • Caleb Kaihoi

    Caleb Kaihoi, MA, LMFT

    Senior Regional Director, North

    Meet Caleb

  • Mark Warren headshot

    Mark Warren, MD, MPH, FAED

    Chief Medical Officer

    Meet Mark

Ask for help. You are not alone. Begin your journey to recovery today.

Get eating disorder help now

September 20, 2018
residential exterior

Locations > Anna Westin House

Residential Eating Disorder Treatment in St. Paul, Minnesota

Contact us about in-person and virtual eating disorder treatment options.

About the Anna Westin House Residential Eating Disorder Treatment Center for Adults

The Anna Westin House is a 16-bed eating disorder treatment center for adults in St. Paul, MN. 

Opened in 2002, the original Anna Westin House in Chaska became Minnesota’s first center for residential eating disorder treatment. It was created in memory of Anna Westin, a Chaska woman who died in 2000 after battling an eating disorder without access to appropriate treatment. The Emily Program assumed the operations of the Anna Westin House in 2007 and relocated in 2010 to our present location, a beautifully remodeled church. The renovated treatment center is in the quiet St. Anthony Park neighborhood.

The Emily Program’s St. Paul Anna Westin House for Adults employs a multidisciplinary approach to eating disorder treatment, involving medical professionals, therapists, dietitians, and other specialists to provide a well-rounded care plan tailored to each individual’s needs.

  • residential exterior
  • group therapy room
  • living room area

The Emily Program’s residential eating disorder treatment services include:

  • Contemporary homelike setting for adults of all genders
  • Onsite 24/7 nursing supervision and medical monitoring
  • Onsite therapists, physicians, dietitians, and other professional staff
  • Individual, group, and family therapy
  • Integrative interventions, such as expressive arts and movement therapy
  • Support for co-occurring disorders
  • Therapeutic meals and snacks with nutrition counseling and education
  • Onsite laundry facilities, WiFi, and common area
  • Family education and support

If you or someone you know needs help with an eating disorder, reach out today.

  • group therapy room
  • AWH exterior
  • residential reception area

Eating disorders treated at the Anna Westin House for Adults

At the Anna Westin House in St. Paul, Minnesota, adults can find expert care and a safe, supportive recovery community. Our residential program provides 24/7 treatment, designed to empower adults on their path to recovery from all types of eating disorders and co-occurring mental health issues.

  • Anorexia Nervosa: Characterized by a pervasive fear of weight gain and a significant disturbance in body image, leading to restriction of food intake and a significantly low body weight.
  • Bulimia Nervosa: Marked by purging to try to get rid of calories consumed during a binge, and rooted in an intense need to try to achieve a certain body ideal
  • Binge Eating Disorder (BED): Involves repeated episodes of uncontrollable binge eating that are often triggered by challenging emotions 
  • Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID): Highly restrictive eating motivated by sensory concerns or a fear of adverse consequences of eating
  • Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders (OSFED): Disorders that are similar to commonly defined eating disorders but do not exactly match the criteria for these other diagnoses

Beyond addressing primary eating disorder diagnoses, the Anna Westin House for Adults also treats disordered behaviors such as compulsive overeating. No matter your specific needs, our team ensures a nurturing environment where personalized, evidence-based care fosters your sustained recovery.

Get help now


A typical week at The Anna Westin House for Adults

Residents participate in group sessions, a variety of individual sessions, and therapeutic meals and snacks. Sessions include psychotherapy, family therapy, nutrition, expressive arts, medical assessments and monitoring, psychiatric visits, and other services during the week. Each resident’s schedule is personalized to meet their specific needs.


Components of residential eating disorder treatment at the Anna Westin House for Adults

  • Group Psychotherapy:

    Group therapy is a safe space to open up about your struggles and successes, knowing you’ll be met with empathy and understanding. You’ll connect with peers who truly “get it,” drawing strength from shared experiences and the support of a recovery community. Our compassionate therapists integrate evidence-based therapies including CBT, DBT, and FBT to help you understand your eating disorder and develop coping skills for recovery.

  • parenting comforting teenage daughter

    Family Therapy:

    By including your family or partner in your treatment, you’ll equip them with essential knowledge about your eating disorder and empower them to be your biggest supporters. This shared understanding will make your transition back to daily life after residential care smoother, with your loved ones prepared to offer the encouragement you need. We’ll also provide them with ongoing support and resources to help them navigate this challenging time alongside you.

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    Nutrition Therapy:

    Our expert dietitians provide personalized nutrition counseling, education, and meal planning to help you disrupt eating disorder behaviors, restore your health, and begin to trust your body’s natural cues. The goal is to help you build a peaceful, joyful, and nourishing relationship with food instead of one based in fear.

  • Medical Care:

    Your eating disorder can lead to serious physical effects, from hair loss to esophageal rupture. With 24/7 monitoring by nurses and regular appointments with physicians or physician assistants, you can trust that any medical concerns are identified early and addressed promptly, giving you peace of mind and allowing you to focus on your recovery.

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    Psychiatric Care:

    Understanding that conditions such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, substance use disorder, and bipolar disorder need to be treated alongside your eating disorder is crucial for lasting recovery. We provide holistic and personalized care, including medication when needed, to promote a mind-body connection.

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    Experiential Activities:

    In residential treatment at Anna Westin House, you’ll engage in experiential activities such as cooking, grocery shopping, and dining out or dining in. These activities let you apply the coping skills you’ve learned to real-life situations, supporting your long-term recovery and helping you build confidence in your abilities.

  • Additional Therapies:

    Additional Therapies: Our treatment program offers more than traditional therapy, providing integrative approaches to aid your recovery through various methods of self-expression and emotional processing. These therapies may include:

    • Expressive Arts: Engaging in art-making can help alleviate your anxiety, address body image issues, and develop healthier coping skills. Expressive arts provide a non-verbal way for you to share, explore, and reflect on your feelings and thoughts, making it an especially valuable tool in your recovery process.
    • Movement Therapy: Engaging in yoga, stretching, strength work, and other forms of movement can help you reconnect with your body. These activities also offer a healthy outlet for stress, allowing you time to ground yourself with helpful coping mechanisms.

Eating disorder recovery begins here. Get started today. 

Where to find us

1449 Cleveland Ave. N.
St Paul, MN 55108

P: 888-364-5977 ext. 1500
F: 651-328-8254
Toll-Free: 1-888-364-5977

Parking

Our parking lot is directly adjacent to our building (a historic church). The parking lot is not marked with Emily Program signage for privacy reasons. (It is directly across from the University of Minnesota campus.)

  • If you cannot find space in the lot, our front desk staff can help identify alternatives.
  • Street parking is limited and is actively patrolled. If you exceed the time limit, there’s a good possibility you’ll be ticketed or towed.
  • Entry to our building: There is no exterior Emily Program signage. Please ring the doorbell on the west side (parking lot side) for entry.

Public transportation

The Twin Cities’ public transportation system is operated by Metro Transit. Take Bus Route 87B to Stop 51294, or take Bus Route 124 to Stop 52151. Plan your trip

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  • Monique Silver headshot

    Monique Silver, MA, LP

    Site Director

    P: 1-866-479-9990 ext. 1539

    Meet Monique

  • Kate Cosgrove

    Kate Cosgrove

    Administrative Coordinator

    P: 1-866-479-9990 ext. 1500

    Meet Kate

  • Liza Endersbe

    Liza Endersbe

    Regional Behavioral Health Technician (BHT) Manager

    P: 1-866-479-9990 ext. 1509

    Meet Liza

  • Mary Bretzman

    Mary Bretzman, MD

    Regional Medical Director, North

    Meet Mary

  • Cassandra Jones

    Cassandra Jones, MD

    Regional Director of Child and Adolescent Medical Services, North

  • Scott Crow

    Scott Crow, MD

    Regional Director of Psychiatric Services, North

    Meet Scott

  • Caleb Kaihoi

    Caleb Kaihoi, MA, LMFT

    Senior Regional Director, North

    Meet Caleb

  • Mark Warren headshot

    Mark Warren, MD, MPH, FAED

    Chief Medical Officer

    Meet Mark

Ask for help. You are not alone. Begin your journey to recovery today.

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September 20, 2018
Group room

Locations > St. Louis Park

Eating Disorder Treatment
in St. Louis Park, Minnesota

Contact us about in-person and virtual eating disorder treatment options.

Outpatient & Day Treatment for Adults and Adolescents

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At The Emily Program’s St. Louis Park location in Minnesota, we are dedicated to delivering top-quality eating disorder treatment. Our commitment is underscored by our CARF International accreditation, demonstrating our focus on transparency and the utmost satisfaction of those we serve.

Our St. Louis Park clinic is highly esteemed, nationally recognized for its personalized, compassionate approach to addressing the complexities of eating disorders. We offer a comprehensive array of treatment options meticulously tailored to meet each client’s distinct needs. This includes specialized programs for adolescents as well as outpatient & day treatment for adults.

Our approach to adult and adolescent outpatient eating disorder treatment in St. Louis Park is grounded in evidence-based therapies, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), nutrition counseling, group therapy, and a wide range of supportive activities. This comprehensive method ensures a holistic treatment experience addressing not just the physical symptoms but also the emotional, mental, and behavioral facets of eating disorders.

Treatment at our St. Louis Park location emphasizes early intervention and the vital role of specialized care in the recovery from eating disorders. We invite you to begin with our eating disorder quiz.  This initial step is valuable in answering the question “Do I have an eating disorder?” and gauging whether it’s time to seek professional assistance. Our devoted team stands ready to provide their expertise, compassion, and steadfast support on your path to recovery.

When you feel ready to take the next step, please contact us at 1-888-364-5977 to schedule an assessment. We are unwavering in our commitment to serving as your support system, delivering the highest standard of care, and aiding you in regaining control of your life from the grip of an eating disorder.

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  • Group room
  • Kitchen

Eating disorder treatment services include:

  • Intensive Day Program (IDP) for adults and adolescents
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for adults and adolescents
  • Outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents
  • Lodging available for clients (18+) in IDP
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Nutritional evaluation and counseling
  • Family and couples therapy
  • Psychiatric services
  • Co-occurring disorder therapy
  • Integrative interventions, such as expressive arts and movement therapy
  • Medical services

Learn more about day treatment for adults (IOP/IDP)outpatient treatment for adults, and outpatient treatment for adolescents.

If you or someone you know needs help with an eating disorder, reach out today.

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Eating Disorders Treated at The Emily Program’s St. Louis Park, MN Eating Disorder Clinic

In St. Louis Park, Minnesota, The Emily Program’s multidisciplinary treatment teams weave compassion with evidence-based practices to create recovery plans tailored to each client. Here you’ll find experts equipped to tackle the complexities of eating disorders and any other mental health conditions, ensuring a comprehensive approach to lasting healing.

  • Anorexia Nervosa: Defined by a relentless pursuit of thinness and inability to maintain an appropriate body weight, due to a distorted self-image and an intense fear of weight gain.

  • Bulimia Nervosa: Characterized by patterns of binge eating followed by compensatory behaviors like vomiting or excessive exercise to “make up for” the food eaten

  • Binge Eating Disorder (BED): Defined by recurrent binge eating episodes that are followed by marked distress and feelings of disgust and self-loathing

The Emily Program also addresses disordered behaviors such as compulsive overeating, which often accompanies eating disorders like bulimia, binge eating disorder, and OSFED. No matter the complexities of your symptoms, our dedicated St. Louis Park team provides personalized, evidence-based care to support your journey toward sustained recovery.

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Eating Disorder Treatment Services Provided at St. Louis Park include:

  • Group Psychotherapy:

    In group therapy, you’ll be embraced by a community that listens and empathizes with your experiences, fostering a safe space for honest dialogue. You’ll connect with people who “get it,” and let the strength of collective support propel you forward. Our skilled therapists employ evidence-based techniques like CBT, DBT, and FBT to help you develop skills to manage your triggers and improve your relationship with yourself. 

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    Family Therapy:

    At The Emily Program, we encourage your loved ones to be involved in your treatment because of the profound impact of family support in eating disorder recovery e. Our family-based treatment (FBT) for adolescents — along with our family and couples therapy for adults — provides the education, tools, and confidence your loved ones need to support your healing journey. 

  • fruits and vegetables

    Nutrition Therapy:

    Our dedicated dietitians deliver personalized nutrition counseling, education, and meal planning at all levels of care. Our approach helps you stop participating in eating disorder behaviors, regain health, and rediscover your body’s natural hunger and fullness cues. 

  • Medical Care:

    Eating disorders can lead to physical issues like brittle nails, hypotension, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). At The Emily Program’s St. Louis Park location, our skilled medical team is there to offer you care as needed so that you can focus on the other parts of recovery.

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    Psychiatric Care:

    At The Emily Program, we understand that co-occurring conditions like PTSD, depression, anxiety, and substance use disorder need to be addressed in addition to your eating disorder Our multidisciplinary team includes psychiatrists who can manage these co-occurring illnesses as needed, providing the psychological support you need to reconnect your mind and body.

  • couple grocery shopping

    Experiential Activities:

    The Emily Program’s intensive day and intensive outpatient treatment programs offer engaging activities such as cooking, grocery shopping, and dining experiences. These activities allow you to practice the coping skills you’ve developed in a real-world context, ensuring you’re well-prepared for life after treatment. 

  • Education/Schooling:

    At The Emily Program, you don’t have to choose between recovery and academic progress. In our intensive day programs (IDP), we set aside time for study hall to ensure school-age clients can stay on track with their schoolwork. 

  • Additional Therapies:

    At The Emily Program, we go beyond traditional therapy by delivering integrative approaches that help you process your emotions and express yourself. These therapies encompass:

    • Expressive Arts: Using art in treatment can help reduce your anxiety, address body image issues, and build healthier coping strategies. Expressive arts provide a non-verbal outlet for you to safely share, explore, and reflect on your thoughts and feelings.
    • Movement Therapy: Yoga, stretching, and strength training during treatment can aid you in reconnecting your mind and body. These forms of movement also serve as a healthy outlet for stress, helping you develop effective coping mechanisms for future triggers.

Eating disorder recovery begins here. Get started today. 

Where to find us

5354 Parkdale Drive, 3rd Floor
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
P: 888-364-5977 ext. 1400
F: 952-746-5962
Toll-Free: 1-888-364-5977

Parking

Ample free parking is available in the lot around our building. The Emily Program is located on the 3rd floor of the West End Three building.


Lodging

West End Lodging

Lodging for Adults in IDP

The Emily Program believes treatment should be accessible to everyone. Lodging is another way we’re committed to encouraging lifetime recovery for our clients.

Our comfortable and secure lodging options were specifically designed for adult clients (18+) recovering in our IDP eating disorder treatment programs in MN.

For clients who live away from the area, but need IDP

  • Beautiful homelike surroundings in a safe and secure neighborhood setting
  • A comfortable, nonclinical setting
  • Convenient accessibility within blocks of The Emily Program offices, public transportation, restaurants, and retail shops
  • Fully furnished rooms with modern amenities
  • Onsite laundry facilities, WiFi, and common area
  • Opportunities to practice real-life recovery skills
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  • bedroom

Contact our admissions team at 1-888-364-5977 for more information about lodging.

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  • Laine Bermansohn Headshot

    Laine Bermansohn, MA, LPCC

    Site Director

    P: 651-645-5323 ext. 1172

    Meet Laine

  • Lindsay Dibble headshot

    Lindsay Dibble

    Office Manager

    P: 1-866-479-9990 ext. 2315

    Meet Lindsay

  • Mary Bretzman

    Mary Bretzman, MD

    Regional Medical Director, North

    Meet Mary

  • Cassandra Jones

    Cassandra Jones, MD

    Regional Director of Child and Adolescent Medical Services, North

  • Scott Crow

    Scott Crow, MD

    Regional Director of Psychiatric Services, North

    Meet Scott

  • Caleb Kaihoi

    Caleb Kaihoi, MA, LMFT

    Senior Regional Director, North

    Meet Caleb

  • Mark Warren headshot

    Mark Warren, MD, MPH, FAED

    Chief Medical Officer

    Meet Mark

Ask for help. You are not alone. Begin your journey to recovery today.

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September 10, 2018
Duluth Office Setting

Locations > Duluth

Eating Disorder Treatment
in Duluth, Minnesota

Contact us about in-person and virtual eating disorder treatment options.

Virtual Outpatient & Day Treatment for Adults

Get Help Now

At The Emily Program’s Duluth, MN, location we are dedicated to providing top-quality virtual eating disorder treatment. Our commitment is underscored by our CARF International accreditation, demonstrating our focus on transparency and the utmost satisfaction of those we serve.

Our treatment center in Duluth, MN, is highly esteemed, and nationally recognized for its personalized, compassionate approach to addressing the complexities of eating disorders. We offer virtual treatment options meticulously tailored to meet each client’s distinct needs. This includes specialized virtual outpatient & day treatment for adults.

Our approach to virtual treatment for adults in Duluth is grounded in evidence-based therapies, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), nutrition counseling, group therapy, and various supportive activities. This comprehensive method ensures a holistic treatment experience addressing not just the physical symptoms but also the emotional, mental, and behavioral facets of eating disorders.

Our virtual outpatient treatment in Duluth, MN, emphasizes early intervention and the vital role of specialized care in the recovery from eating disorders. We invite you to begin with our eating disorder quiz. This initial step is valuable in answering the question “Do I have an eating disorder?” and gauging whether it’s time to seek professional assistance. Our devoted team stands ready to provide their expertise, compassion, and steadfast support on your path to recovery.

When you feel ready to take the next step, please contact us at 1-888-364-5977 to schedule a virtual assessment. We are unwavering in our commitment to serving as your support system, delivering the highest standard of care, and aiding you in regaining control of your life from the grip of an eating disorder.

  • waiting room
  • living room
  • Cozy office

Eating disorder treatment services include:

  • Virtual intensive outpatient program (IOP) for adults
  • Virtual individual therapy
  • Virtual nutritional evaluation and counseling

Learn more about The Emily Program’s virtual intensive outpatient program.

If you or someone you know needs help with an eating disorder, reach out today.

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  • residential reception area
  • AWH exterior

Eating disorders treated at our Duluth location

At The Emily Program’s Duluth location, our dedicated team of therapists, dietitians, and medical professionals are ready to guide you on your path to recovery. We craft personalized treatment plans for a wide spectrum of eating disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions, ensuring that your journey back to health is as unique as you are.

  • Anorexia Nervosa: Marked by an excessive fear of gaining weight and a severely distorted body image, leading to food restriction and a low body weight

  • Bulimia Nervosa: Involves eating objectively large amounts of food in a short period of time—often accompanied by feelings of guilt or shame—followed by purging behaviors to “get rid of” the food

At The Emily Program in Duluth, we recognize that disordered behaviors like compulsive overeating often accompany eating disorders such as bulimia and binge eating disorder. No matter your specific challenges, our team is committed to providing personalized care that addresses your needs and supports a lasting recovery.

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Components of our Duluth treatment program

  • Group Psychotherapy:

    In group sessions, you’ll join a circle of peers who truly comprehend your journey, offering a unique sense of solidarity and encouragement. Our dedicated therapists bring the best of evidence-based practices—CBT, DBT, and FBT—to guide you in unraveling the complexities of your eating disorder. Group therapy is a space to heal, learn, and grow, with the unwavering support of a community that understands what you’re going through.

  • parenting comforting teenage daughter

    Family Therapy:

    Family therapy is more than just support for you; it’s equipping your family or significant other to be strong allies in your recovery. Your loved one will gain critical insights into your eating disorder and learn effective ways to support you on your healing journey. We also provide support and resources to help your loved ones navigate this journey alongside you. 

  • fruits and vegetables

    Nutrition Therapy:

    At The Emily Program, our dietitians offer individualized nutrition counseling, education, and meal planning to meet your specific needs. This support interrupts disordered eating behaviors, restores your health, and helps you build trust in your body’s hunger and fullness cues. 

  • Medical Care:

    While you focus on healing your relationship with food, our expert medical team at the Duluth outpatient center is available to address any physical concerns related to your eating disorder, ensuring your overall well-being. 

  • doctors clipboard

    Psychiatric Care:

    We recognize that any co-occurring conditions, including anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance use disorder, and depression, need to be treated alongside your eating disorder for full recovery. We have psychiatrists on our care team to diagnose and manage these co-occurring conditions, including medication support if necessary.

  • couple grocery shopping

    Experiential Activities:

    During treatment at The Emily Program, you’ll participate in engaging activities such as cooking, grocery shopping, and dining in or out. These activities are designed to help you apply the coping strategies you’ve learned to real-life scenarios, equipping you with the skills and confidence needed to navigate your recovery in any situation. 

  • Additional Therapies:

    At The Emily Program, we provide integrative approaches that complement traditional therapy, helping you process your thoughts and emotions and express yourself. These therapies might include:

    • Expressive Arts: Art-making can ease your anxiety, tackle body image concerns, and cultivate better coping skills. Expressive arts are particularly helpful for sharing, exploring, and reflecting on your emotions and experiences in creative ways. 
    • Movement Therapy: By incorporating yoga, stretching, and strength exercises into treatment, The Emily Program helps you mend the connection with your mind and body, a key element of recovery. Movement therapy also promotes body awareness and self-compassion, allowing you to experience your body in ways separate from food and weight concerns. 

Eating disorder recovery begins here. Get started today. 

Where to find us

26 East Superior St., Suite 315
Duluth, MN 55802
P: 1-888-364-5977 ext 1705
F: 651-348-3363
Toll-Free: 1-888-364-5977

Parking

Ramp and metered street parking are available.

Ramp details

The Technology Village Parking Ramp, located between the blocks of First Avenue East and Lake Avenue, has skyway access to The Emily Program Office in the Wieland Building. To reach our office via skyway:

  • Follow the St. Luke’s Clinic, P.S. Rudie signs in the Tech Village which will take you through the skyway over Superior Street into the Wieland Building.
  • Once you cross the skywalk, take a left.
  • Our office is at the end of the hallway: Ste. 315.

Street parking details

Pay-station parking is available on Superior Street. Park Duluth mobile app can be used to pay for parking spaces, and add additional time. Metered parking is available on 1st Ave. E., as well as Michigan St. (the street below and parallel to Superior St.). The Emily Program is located in the Wieland Building between Lake Avenue and First Avenue East on Superior Street. If parking on Superior Street, enter through the main doors under the number 26. If parking on Michigan Street, enter through the back door, under the blue awning. For either entrance, take the elevators or stairs to the 3rd floor. Keep taking a left off the elevator or stairwell. Our office is at the end of the hallway: Ste. 315.

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    Michael S. Butchko, PhD, LP

    Site Director

    P: 1-866-498-5128 ext. 1152

    Meet Michael

  • Molly McCann

    Molly McCann

    Office Manager

    P: 1-866-498-5128 ext. 1166

    Meet Molly

  • Mary Bretzman

    Mary Bretzman, MD

    Regional Medical Director, North

    Meet Mary

  • Cassandra Jones

    Cassandra Jones, MD

    Regional Director of Child and Adolescent Medical Services, North

  • Scott Crow

    Scott Crow, MD

    Regional Director of Psychiatric Services, North

    Meet Scott

  • Caleb Kaihoi

    Caleb Kaihoi, MA, LMFT

    Senior Regional Director, North

    Meet Caleb

  • Mark Warren headshot

    Mark Warren, MD, MPH, FAED

    Chief Medical Officer

    Meet Mark

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