Magnolia House

Magnolia House Transitional Program (Supported independent living)
Once an adult patient has completed the intensive program successfully, she has the option of entering Magnolia House, an on-campus transitional living facility. Magnolia House is designed for women who are ready to live independently but want to retain the support of a treatment community as they practice life skills and grow in recovery.

The Laureate Eating Disorders Program believes so strongly in the value of the transitional program that we offer 30 days of residence at no cost to women who complete the intensive hospitalization program and demonstrate a commitment to recovery. Each treatment center, however, has its own criteria for discharge, some patients may need more time in our program before being admitted to Magnolia House.

During the day, Magnolia House residents work, attend school or volunteer in the community. Each evening, residents participate in therapeutic meals with the Magnolia House case manager or therapist, followed by on-site support group meetings. Residents also plan and participate in weekly meal outings and meal preparation.

Aftercare is critical in maintaining treatment gains from the intensive hospitalization program, so residents are required to follow an outpatient plan developed by each patient and her treatment team. Services usually include individual psychotherapy, nutrition therapy and medication management appointments through the outpatient clinic.

Magnolia House is open to anyone who has completed treatment at another facility. In most circumstances, we do ask that women who transfer to Laureate spend at least two weeks in our partial day hospitalization program before entering the group home.

Laureate Eating Disorders Program alumni may attend specific Magnolia House activities. Please contact the Magnolia House case manager at 800-322-5173, for more information.

Learn More About the Laureate Eating Disorders Program

Please call us with questions at 918-491-3702. If you’re outside the Tulsa metro area, please call 800-322-5173. There is no cost for the screening call and no obligation to proceed with treatment.