Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center

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Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health outpatient services include partial hospital programs (six hours per day, five days per week) and intensive outpatient programs (three hours per day, three days per week). These full-day or half-day programs feature a level of focused care that falls between inpatient and traditional outpatient treatment. Our outpatient sites are conveniently located in Princeton, Hamilton, North Brunswick, Moorestown, and Eatontown, and free transportation may be available within defined areas.

Additionally, Penn Medicine Princeton Center for Eating Disorders provides inpatient treatment for adults, adolescents, and children as young as eight years old who are suffering from anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders. We provide the foundation for a full recovery by combining psychosocial treatment, nutritional support, family involvement and the latest advances in clinical care – together with an atmosphere of understanding, safety, respect and support throughout the recovery process. Patients and families benefit from our ability to address eating disorders in those with additional medical complications, and to treat individuals who have extremely low body weight. Princeton Center for Eating Disorders welcomes patients of all genders.

Outpatient Treatment Programs Include:

  • Children’s Program

  •  Adolescent Program

  • Adolescent Co-Occurring and Substance Use Disorders

  • Adolescent Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

  • Teen Girls’ Program

  • Young Adult Program

  • Adult Psychiatric

  • Adult Addiction Recovery

  • Adult Co-Occurring Disorders

  • Senior Link Program

  • Men’s Program

  • Women’s Program

  • Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

  • Emotional Eating Track

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PH Admissions 888-437-1610

Nancy Zorochin 609-712-0737

PCED Admissions 609-853-7575

Cassie Carlino 609-423-3171