New Eating Disorders Facility Opens in Naperville

A new facility to help adolescent girls with eating disorders has opened in Naperville, giving them new options for treatment in a home-like, tranquil setting.

Clementine Naperville, run by Monte Nido & Affiliates, will help girls and those who are non-binary or transgender ages 11-17 as well as their families.

“The goal is to give them as much treatment as possible to set them up to return home,” says Dr. Melissa Spann, chief clinical officer and certified eating disorder specialist.

“… You can see the change that you make right before your eyes. It’s pretty powerful.”


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This article also appeared in Chicago Parent’s July 2020 magazine. Read the rest of the issue here.

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