Orlando Residential Eating Disorder Program
Discovery begins here.
Welcome to the place where you’ll find the peace and comfort you need to get back to the you you’re meant to be.
Here, you’ll gain the strength to uncover what needs to come to light in our warm, home-like environment. Every facility is selected to be the very best match possible for your specific needs.
At Discovery, you’ll work with our highly-trained, expert staff who’ll give you the confidence and reassurance you need to succeed. Using evidence-based techniques, they’ll guide you through the entire process and help propel you to discovering a better you.
It won’t always be easy. But we will always be here for you.
Welcome to Discovery. Welcome to new beginnings.
Center For Discovery Orlando is a high level of care eating disorder treatment facility that offers residential treatment and partial hospitalization to female and male adolescent clients 10-17 years of age. This located opened in January 2016 and is located in Montverde, FL, 40 minutes west of Orlando in a serene location off of the Florida Turnpike. This eight-bed facility offers individualized care for every client while providing equine therapy on site.
Center For Discovery Orlando is gender inclusive and treats all adolescent individuals regardless of their gender identification or sexual orientation. The clinical staff is composed of certified eating disorder specialists and several EMDR trained clinicians as trauma is closely connected with eating disorders. Family therapy, dietary consultations and dialectal behavioral skills group are all routine therapy approaches during each client’s stay. This center also offers a monthly family day where loved ones can visit and take part in treatment. This day is also extended to members of the community including alumni and outpatient providers as a way to cover educational content on eating disorder basics, medical complications, and nutritional and dietary education for all interested parties. The clinicians at Center For Discovery Orlando are actively involved in the community including quarterly IAEDP meetings, NEDA and Alliance walks, and provide regular outreach trainings to local schools, outpatient providers, and mental health organizations.