Eating Disorders

Find freedom from food

If you have ongoing negative thoughts and behaviors associated with food, you may feel like these challenges are overwhelming. Although often unnoticed by others, you may experience fear or shame, while you are repeatedly driven to measure or count what is consumed and avoid eating with others. The factors leading to an eating disorder are complex, but full recovery is possible.

Recovery requires treatment and support from a comprehensive team, all working together to help you achieve freedom from food.


Call us today at 260-481-2700 for more information.


Supporting your path to recovery

We understand it may be frightening to uncover the underlying issues that create this internal chaos. But you’re not alone. Many individuals have leaned on our care team and gained a freedom they didn’t know was possible. Recovery from eating disorders means achieving your goals, as well as restoring your health, safety, self-confidence and connection with others.

At Parkview Behavioral Health Institute, we believe everyone deserves treatment and support to help you experience freedom from negative thoughts, feeling and behaviors related to food.

For this reason, we accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid and Medicare.

Many people with eating disorders minimize how disruptive it is in their lives and may go years without seeking help. The problem is, the longer people go without treatment, the longer it takes to recover.

Are you ready to start the journey? We are ready, and we believe in you. Call us to schedule an initial appointment and request an eating disorder assessment so you can:

  • Learn what is causing your challenges with food and your internal chaos.
  • Discover how our specialized team can help.
  • Gain confidence to have a healthy relationship with food.

What is an eating disorder?

Wondering if your obsession with food is an eating disorder? Knowing the symptoms can help.

Learn more about common symptoms

Find support among peers

You may feel isolated and misunderstood. But help is available from others who understand your struggles.

Find a local support group