The professional team at Moriah Behavioral Health is fully committed to our clients and their loved ones. We provide compassionate care, emotional support and informative resources today, tomorrow and for life.

Moriah Behavioral Health has comprehensive evidence-based treatment provided by a multidisciplinary team of professionals. We offer two separate and distinct programs: mood and anxiety disorders for teens and eating disorders for females. To ensure each person receives the appropriate treatment, both programs offer several levels of care. A client can enter our program at any level, then transition to another if more or less support is needed — every step is taken according to individual needs.

Mood & Anxiety Treatment

Mood disorders like anxiety, depression, OCD, trauma related disorders and other conditions, are complex that are treatable with the right care. Mood disorders can manifest in many ways that can impact you or a loved one from living their life to the fullest.

Eating Disorder Treatment

Eating disorders are complex, psychiatric conditions that impact the mind and body. Eating disorders are not a choice and can control lives, but they are treatable. They do not discriminate and can affect people of all genders, ages, races, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations, body shapes and sizes.

Levels of Care

Residential

This level of care includes 24-hour per day support and multiple individual and group therapies each day, in a residential neighborhood. This environment allows our clients to focus on growth and healing.

Partial Hospitalization (PHP)

Our PHP program focuses on providing a structured and intense program for clients who can benefit from a significant amount of structure and support but do not need 24-hour supervision.

Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

We offer an afternoon schedule for those who need the support and structure on a less than a full day basis. This allows clients to be more present in their everyday lives.

Virtual Therapy

Virtual programming may be an option for those without an on-site or nearby treatment facility.

Supported Living

Our supported living program provides additional housing support for clients while in our outpatient programs as they transition back to independent living.

Alumni

We continue to support our clients and their families after treatment is over. Through our alumni program, we continue to provide education and resources that help support recovery.

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What is ARFID?

What is ARFID?

ARFID is avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder and is an eating disorder diagnosis. ARFID is similar to anorexia in that it involves restricting the amount and types of food a person eats. Unlike with anorexia, those dealing with ARFID are not concerned about body...

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