COPE (Center for Overcoming Problem Eating)

COPE (Center for Overcoming Problem Eating)

Eating disorders affect both females and males of all ages.

COPE helps individuals overcome:

Eating Disorders Treatment

Providing treatment for adolescents and adults, the COPE program includes an inpatient unit and three levels of outpatient care.

» Learn more about the COPE treatment program.

Why Come to COPE for Help?

COPE has a reputation for excellence in treating anorexia and bulimia nervosa.

» Learn more about the COPE difference.

From a Patient

"…Thank you for all of your help this past year. I know I still really struggled to talk at times, but you have made me comfortable enough to discuss things I never thought I would talk about with anyone. It may seem far away, but you have given me hope that someday I’ll have this life worth living too. Thank you for believing in me.” 
(Note: This patient's treatment and results may not be representative of all similar cases)
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Need Help?

If you think you have an eating disorder, get help today. Learn more about treatment at COPE.

Contact Us

Call Cope to discuss our services or to make a referral
412-647-9329.

COPE
3811 O'Hara St.
Eighth floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

 

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