Eating Disorder Treatment near Detroit, Michigan
Detroit, Michigan – Cielo House provides private treatment for eating disorders including anorexia and bulimia. If you suffer with symptoms, please contact us to discuss treatment options. Although we do not have a location in Detroit, Michigan, we offer one-of-a-kind residential as well as outpatient program options and are so confident that we can meet your treatment requirements that we’ll fly you out to visit our facilities in person.
Detroit Medical Resources for Eating Disorder Patients
Do you live near Detroit and suffer from anorexia or bulimia? You should be aware of the medical resources nearby. There are a variety of medical facilities in Detroit including the Sinai-Grace Hospital (313) 966-3300 that offers a wide variety of services from internal medicine to emergency medicine and urgent care. It’s located at 6071 West Outer Drive. Other major hospitals include the Henry Ford Hospital (313) 916-2600 at 2799 West Grand Boulevard and the Childrens Center (313) 831-5535 located at 79 Alexandrine Street West. If you are looking for a pharmacy, here are a few recommendations: the Westside Pharmacy of Detroit (313) 342-1555 at 10600 McNichols Road and the Rite Aid Pharmacy (313) 832-3247 located at 4612 Woodward Avenue.
Detroit, Michigan, Emergency Services
All Detroit residents should also be familiar with the emergency services located in the area. The Detroit Fire Department Training Division is located at 2775 West Warren Avenue. Other fire departments nearby include the Fire Marshall Division at 250 West Larned Street, the Phoenix of Detroit Fire Department at 2733 Gratiot Avenue and the Fire Department located at 3050 Russell Street. The Detroit Police Recruiting Department (313) 596-2607 is located at 14655 Dexter Avenue and the Wayne County Investigation Bureau can be found at 1441 Saint Antoine Street. There is also the Police Department (313) 596-5200 at 13530 Lesure Street. Detroit also has a local FBI office (313) 965-2323 located at 477 Michigan Avenue.
Background Information about Detroit, Michigan
Detroit is commonly referred to as “the motor city” but it’s glory days in the automotive industry have long gone. General Motors and Chrysler still have their headquarters in the area but the manufacturing has almost all moved away, leaving Detroit behind to reinvent itself in new ways. The city was founded in 1701 and quickly became a major business, financial and cultural center because of its location by the Great Lakes and the US-Canadian border. Today it’s the largest city in the state of Michigan with a municipal population of almost 700,000 and a metro population approaching 4 million residents. Today it follows a simple yet meaningful motto: speramus meliora, resurget cineribus (Latin for We Hope for Better Things; it Shall Rise From the Ashes). The city of Detroit officially declared bankruptcy in July 2013 and began restructuring its debts at that time.