Housing Options

Living in a safe, comfortable, and supportive place can have a significant positive impact on a person’s life during and after their time in treatment for an eating disorder. At McCallum Place in St. Louis, Missouri, we offer a variety of housing options for adults and adolescents who are receiving residential or outpatient services with us.

Housing options for McCallum Place patients in St. Louis include the following:

McCallum Place

Our residential treatment center in St. Louis, Missouri, is an inviting, nonhospital environment that features offices, group rooms, art rooms, common areas, dining areas, a fully functioning gym, and comfortable patient rooms. Adults age 18 and older who take part in residential care live at this location, where they can benefit from 24/7 monitoring and support.

Kirkwood House

Adolescents ages 10-17 who participate in residential care for eating disorders at our St. Louis center reside at Kirkwood House when they are not receiving treatment. Kirkwood House is a welcoming home in a quiet neighborhood just minutes away from our treatment facility. While they are at Kirkwood House, adolescents are under the constant supervision of experienced professionals.

Traditional Housing

Patients who are participating in traditional or extended partial hospitalization programming (PHP) at our St. Louis location may choose to reside in our transitional housing during nontreatment hours. The transitional housing option is ideal for patients who do not live in the St. Louis area, as well as for those who would prefer to reside in an environment that may allow them to focus more completely on their treatment. Our transitional housing is located in a pleasant residential neighborhood just a short walk from our treatment center.

I really appreciate that the staff validates my thoughts and feelings before trying to work on them. They don’t just say ‘that’s irritational, just stop!

– A Former Resident
Marks of Quality Care
  • Eating Disorder Coalition of Iowa
  • International Association Of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP)
  • National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)
  • National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)
  • RenewED, Eating Disorders Support
  • Washington University in St. Louis