Who We Are
Located in the growing community of Jeffersonville, minutes away from the heart of the Ohio River Valley, Selah House Outpatient – Jeffersonville provides creative and quality programming that’s inclusive of all diverse populations and cultures. Our facility specializes in treating adults and adolescents of all genders struggling with eating disorders and co-occurring conditions.
We place a strong emphasis on building and practicing the skills and self-management strategies in real-time that enables clients to build a life that aligns with their values and ensures long-term recovery.
Our program was intentionally designed with trauma-informed principles in mind. We offer a relaxed and private treatment setting with small group sizes to enhance personalized care. Also, our multi-disciplinary team provides innovative evidence-based treatment with proven outcomes and effectiveness.
Please note that we’re unable to accept Medicare or Medicaid.
What We Treat
At Selah House Outpatient – Jeffersonville, our programs provide a supportive environment for clients to discover ways to recognize and manage their eating disorders. We aim to promote independence and autonomy, foster recovery, and empower clients to transform their lives. Using a comprehensive approach, we treat the following conditions:
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Binge Eating Disorder
- Compulsive Exercise Disorder
- Otherwise Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED)
Levels of Care
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Learn more about the different levels of care.
At Selah House Outpatient – Jeffersonville, we provide customized care that’s designed to meet each client’s specific needs and unique goals. We understand that people are not their diagnosis; they’re a combination of all that’s happened in their lives and their future journeys. Because of this, our treatment team partners with clients and their families to design treatment plans that provide a successful pathway to recovery.Treatment can include psychotherapy groups, individual and family therapy, nutrition education, meal planning and support, medication management, and aftercare planning and assistance.
In a supportive and healing environment, we take a whole-person, trauma-informed approach to treatment using evidence-based modalities that facilitate progress from clinical care towards independent self-care. Our evidence-based therapies include, but aren’t limited to dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), experiential and expressive therapies, and emotion-focused family therapy (EFFT), and Family Based Therapy (FBT). Selah House Outpatient – Jeffersonville is an LGBTQ+ affirming environment and is inclusive of all religious preferences.
Experienced clinicians provide multidisciplinary treatment utilizing medical, nutritional, psychological, and psychiatric interventions. Our treatment philosophy values collaboration with the community, including regular education and coordination with outpatient providers, family members, schools, and other members of each client’s support system. The two-way communication with each client’s community ensures clients receive seamless continuity of care as they transition into and out of our program.
Selah House Outpatient – Jeffersonville is now in-network with Ambetter, BlueCross BlueShield, CareSource, Humana, Multiplan, Parkview Health, and PHP of N. Indiana. We also accept out-of-network benefits from other major insurance companies. For clients who prefer to pay for treatment directly, we offer a private-pay rate. Call us at 812-393-2761 to discuss financial and insurance options.
Breaking Down the Different Levels of Outpatient Care
In this video, Dr. Shannon Marshall breaks down the different levels of outpatient care and further expands on the type of support you can expect.
Start Your Journey
Selah House Outpatient – Jeffersonville makes it easy for clients to take the next step in their recovery.
Call our Admissions Team today or fill out the form to receive a call back.