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24/7 Residential Eating Disorder Treatment for Adults

The Emily Program offers a state-of-the-art residential care facility for eating disorder treatment in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. This beautifully renovated facility offers an evidence-based, personalized residential eating disorder treatment program for adults who need around-the-clock supervision and care.

Residential Eating Disorder Treatment Services include:

  • Contemporary homelike setting for adults (18+) 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 (yoga, expressive art therapy, etc.)
  • Support for co-occurring disorders
  • Nutritious meals and snacks
  • Nutrition counseling and education
  • Onsite laundry facilities, WiFi, and common area

Learn more about The Emily Program’s residential programs.

Eating Disorders Treated at Our 24/7 Residential Treatment Center in Cleveland

The Cleveland 24/7 Residential Treatment Center, part of The Emily Program, offers a robust array of personalized residential eating disorder treatment options, meticulously designed to address various eating disorders and concurrent mental health conditions.

For individuals grappling with anorexia nervosa, characterized by a profound fear of weight gain and a distorted body image, our Cleveland center provides comprehensive treatment plans to navigate you toward recovery.

We also extend specialized treatment for bulimia nervosa, a disorder marked by cycles of binge eating followed by compensatory behaviors, such as self-induced vomiting—often referred to as purging—or excessive exercise to counteract weight gain.

Our Cleveland center is also a haven for those dealing with binge eating disorder, which encompasses episodes of excessive food consumption, frequently triggered by negative emotional stimuli, and a perceived lack of control over eating.

Moreover, we provide care for compulsive overeating, where individuals partake in frequent episodes of excessive eating that are not motivated by physical hunger, potentially leading to weight gain and additional health complications.

Our facility in Cleveland also offers treatment for conditions like OSFED (Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder) and ARFID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder). If you harbor specific questions or concerns about your condition, we warmly encourage you to contact us for more information.

Where to Find Us

2141 Overlook Road
Cleveland Heights, OH 44106
P: 1-888-364-5977 ext. 2700
F: 216-302-3171


Free street parking is available on Overlook Road from 6 am to midnight. Six designated free parking spots (including one requiring a disability parking certificate) are also located on the left side of the shared driveway, as well as 12 parking spots behind the facility.

Public Transportation

Cleveland’s public transportation system is operated by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA).

The train station closest to our location is Cedar-University Station, which is on the Red line and about 0.7 miles away. At this station, there is a bus stop for the 11 Quincy-Cedar Route going to Downtown, which takes you to the Cedar and Overlook Rd stop. It is a 5-minute walk from that stop to our building. To reach our building from the bus stop, head west on Overlook Rd. Cross the street at the stoplight by the bus stop and look for the sign indicating “Case Western Reserve University.” Continue along Overlook Road until you reach our building. Plan your trip. 

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Linda Limburg

Linda Limburg, MAOL, MAED, LPCC-S, CDCA

Site Director

P: 1-866-479-9990 ext. 2777

Katie McIlvain

Katie McIlvain

Administrative Coordinator

P: 1-866-479-9990 ext. 2700

Monique Howard

Monique Howard, DNP, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC

Regional Medical Director, Cleveland
Lynda Montgomery

Lynda Montgomery, MD, MEd.

Regional Director of Medical Services, Cleveland
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Brittany Davis, MEd, LPCC-S

Senior Regional Director, Midwest
Mark Warren headshot

Mark Warren, MD, MPH, FAED

Chief Medical Officer

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