Care for eating disorders requires a multidisciplinary approach, and the Twin Cities are lucky to have outstanding facilities. Boynton Health partners with these specialized programs to make sure students get the care they need.
Without treatment, eating disorders can lead to serious health complications and negatively impact school, work, and relationships. Eating disorders are a complex condition that affect people of all ages and genders. Care for eating disorders requires a multidisciplinary approach, and the Twin Cities are lucky to have outstanding facilities. Boynton Health partners with these specialized programs to make sure students get the care they need.
Boynton Health, in partnership with Melrose Center, provides compassionate, expert care for all types of eating disorders for the Twin-Cities campus. Boynton Health has helped guide hundreds of students toward accessing recovery services using evidence-based treatment programs.
If you or a U of M student you know have active eating disorder concerns, call 612-624-1444 for a confidential assessment and referral.
Eating Disorder Referral Services
Students who present with active eating disorder concerns will be referred to local eating disorder specialty clinics in the Twin Cities, including Melrose Center, The Emily Program, or other community providers.
Thanks to a generous donation from the Edelstein Family Foundation there may be options for financial support for eating disorder treatment through Melrose Center.
Making Your First Appointment
To schedule your initial consultation appointment, please call 612-624-1444.
If you present with eating disorder concerns, you will be provided with referrals at your initial consultation.
Appointments are available:
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
- Thursdays 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.