Our Santa Barbara Eating Disorder Treatment Programs offer a variety of levels of care, each within a stunning setting on the American Riviera. The opportunity to live in the tranquil environment of one of America’s most beautiful cities while attending treatment gives clients serenity and peace as they move into recovery and out of their eating disorder.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) office is nestled in the hills, blocks from the ocean and scenic downtown Santa Barbara. The comprehensive program runs six days a week, with a special family immersion morning on Saturdays to support recovery. Santa Barbara also hosts a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) in either the day or evening track to accommodate a variety of schedules and treatment needs. Free support groups, alumni groups, and other educational in-services are available to the community.

We offer structured transitional living that accompanies our Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Programming so that clients may have an additional supportive environment. Our luxurious private home is within walking distance of the treatment program. The Villa sits in the hills of Santa Barbara, offering breathtaking ocean and mountain views from its many balconies and outside spaces. Clients enjoy planned outings in the community, experiencing all that the coast and town have to offer with our provided transportation. The home is fully staffed whenever clients are present to provide a supportive environment for all clients, including those stepping down from inpatient care.

All programs provide state-of-the-art, individualized, and holistic treatment for those struggling with the full spectrum of eating disorders, chemical dependency, and co-occurring mental health issues. Our facilities are Joint Commission Accredited, which provides the oversight and checks and balances necessary to offer the finest treatment.

601 E. Arrellaga St
Suite 101
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Call Toll Free: 800.560-8518
Fax: (805) 845-7332

La Ventana Treatment Centers