Can we help one of your clients in their eating disorder recovery?

Our partnership with you is vital for their success

At Shoreline we provide high-quality, evidence-based, and collaborative treatment programs that are tailored based on each client’s unique needs to address a variety of eating disorders.

Through the privileged partnerships we build with behavioral health professionals, our team at Shoreline is proud to support you and any client who is suffering from high-acuity symptoms. Together we can provide them the help they need to recover and thrive.

What Makes Shoreline Different?

Evidence-Based Programs

Shoreline is dedicated to clinical excellence and committed to utilizing the newest research and evidence-based practices in addition to our significant practical experience. Our treatment programs are led by a multidisciplinary team of professionals that include, masters and doctoral level therapists, registered dietitians, nurse practitioners, and attending psychiatrists.

Individualized Treatment

We understand that each client is unique, so our therapists provide individualized support, allowing each client to explore contributing factors related to their eating disorders and helping them establish a more peaceful relationship with food and their bodies. They also encourage clients to be active participants in their own treatment journeys, while providing compassionate and collaborative care, which ensures sustained recovery.

Intuitive Eating Philosophy

Our programs incorporate “intuitive eating”, an approach that teaches our clients how to create a healthy relationship with food, their mind, and their body. Clients learn how to distinguish between their physical needs and their emotions to gain a sense of body wisdom. For those that believe that their bodies have betrayed them in some way, this can be a difficult concept to embrace, and we understand that.

How Our Referral Process Works

Our Admissions and Clinical Partnership Teams play important roles in communicating with you, your client, and others involved in their care including family members. Communication is key so we provide a concierge level of service by answering questions and guiding everyone through the steps efficiently, ensuring the appropriate level of detail.

Make A Referral

To begin the process, either reach out to your Clinical Partnership Team representative, call our Admissions Team directly at (562) 434-6007, or fill out the form. Our initial call will focus on gathering key information and answering questions before moving into the pre-admission assessments.


During the pre-admission process, our team will work with you to gather specific details we will utilize to determine clinical alignment as well as the required level of care. Financial options for your client and a benefit assessment will also be provided during this process.

At Admission

We know your client’s wellbeing is your primary concern. We are committed to partnering with you to keep you informed with regular status updates. We will notify you when your client has arrived safely and has begun the intake process.

During Treatment

Throughout your client’s treatment, you will receive regular updates on their progress.

Working Closely With Our Clinical Partners

At Shoreline, we strive to create an environment that clinical partners feel comfortable referring their clients to. We believe in each client’s ability to heal and enter long-term recovery from their eating disorder and understand that to be successful, their clinical partners are a vital part of that recovery.

Our expert treatment team will work closely with you to determine an appropriate treatment plan for your client, and you will receive regular updates on their progress. Additionally, we have a curated, thoughtful discharge planning process to support each of your client’s needs throughout their recovery.

Payment Options

What We Treat and How

Our Therapies

Levels of Care

At Shoreline, we offer a range of intensity, including residential treatment, a partial hospitalization program (PHP), and an intensive outpatient program (IOP), to address each client’s unique clinical needs on their road to recovery. We will work closely with you to find the best fit within our programs.

Residential Treatment (RTC)

Our residential treatment program is for adults of all genders, ages 18 and older, who need additional supervision and therefore barriers so they can’t engage in their eating disorder behaviors. While providing this level of care in a non-hospital environment, we don’t compromise the very delicate medical, psychological, psychiatric, and spiritual needs of our clients.

Day Treatment / Partial Hospital Program (PHP)

Our PHP, for adolescents and adults of all genders ages 13 and older, is the most intensive outpatient treatment that we offer, meeting Monday through Saturday for six to eight hours per day. Clients have multiple therapeutic group sessions each day and two individual therapy sessions per week, as well as visits with their psychiatrist and dietitian.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our IOP, for adolescents and adults of all genders ages 13 and older, consists of treatment for up to six days per week from 14 to 24 hours of treatment. Providing weekly psychotherapy sessions and individual nutrition counseling, we offer an afternoon IOP and an evening IOP to best accommodate each client’s schedule.

Taking the Next Step

We’re so glad you took the first step in getting eating disorder treatment for your client by visiting our site. If you’d like to speak with a knowledgeable team member who can answer your questions and guide you through the next steps, call us at (562) 434-6007 or fill out the form.

We are here to help.

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