MEDA’s Treatment Network
MEDA maintains a network of eating disorder specialists consisting of national treatment facilities and regional treatment providers. MEDA partners with these individuals and facilities to provide a wide variety of services and the best care possible to its clients. Please use our listing to find a provider near you. For more information please call MEDA or email one of MEDA’s clinicians, Jaime Hyde JHyde@medainc.org or Rachel Benson Monroe RBMonroe@medainc.org
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FIND A TREATMENT PROVIDER
View a searchable list of MEDA’s Treatment Providers
*This list is organized by office location; we encourage you to browse multiple towns in your surrounding area. The information listed is the most current according to information given by the providers. We recommend consulting with a MEDA clinician before seeking treatment.
MEDA maintains a thriving professional member base of more than 100 treatment providers in the New England region. Therapists, dieticians, physicians, and supportive specialists such as yoga teachers and acupuncturists specializing in the treatment of eating disorders apply to join our Preferred Treatment Network. MEDA clinicians refer clients in the New England region to the providers that best suit the client’s current need, location, and insurance coverage. Additionally, providers have the opportunity to access current information and collaborate with experts in the field through continuing education programs, group peer supervision, and networking events.
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FIND A TREATMENT FACILITY
View list of Treatment Facilities
* The information listed is the most current according to information provided by the facility. We recommend consulting with a MEDA clinician before seeking treatment.
MEDA partners with more than 20 of the top treatment facilities across the country that vary in specialty, treatment modality, environment, and location. MEDA collaborates on a variety of initiatives with its network of treatment facilities throughout the year, conducts site visits of the facilities, and maintains relationships with the clinical and administrative staff. MEDA clinicians refer clients to the facilities that best suit a client’s current need, location, and insurance coverage.