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Welcome to Cielo House. With locations in San Jose, Belmont, and Moss Beach, CA we offer comprehensive eating disorder treatment in a comfortable home-like setting. From our one-of-a-kind residential program in Moss Beach to outpatient treatment with some of the best Eating Disorder specialists in the industry, we are able to help clients with Eating Disorders at virtually any stage in their recovery. Cielo House is a special kind of treatment program, offering a unique combination of professional treatment delivery in a welcoming, personal environment. We invite you to experience Cielo House by thoroughly exploring our website. You will be able to learn more about who we are, the various programs we offer, and how we can meet your needs.

San Jose House

PHP, IOP and Outpatient 334 North 2nd St. San Jose, CA 95112 (408) 834-0616

Belmont House

PHP, IOP and Outpatient 1200 Sixth Ave. Belmont, CA 94002 (650) 739-6001

Moss Beach Residential

Residential, PHP with Housing 323 Cypress Ave. Moss Beach, CA 94038 (650) 455-9242

Recent Posts

Joanne Baltodano

Life With Anorexia & Life in Recovery I’m Joanne but most people just call me Jo. I’m 27 years young and live in Toronto Canada. My love for literature and language has had a huge impact on my life. I aspire to one day be a famous novelist. I taught English as a... read more

McKinley Smith

What is your definition of recovery? For me, recovery wasn’t a destination, it was the acceptance of the situation as it was; I had an eating disorder that had consumed my life. Recovery was to have grace for myself, to be open with my community, and to seek... read more

Tina Klaus

My Eating Disorder Recovery Story | by Tina Klaus My eating disorder started as a young girl around the age of 10.  I was one of those junior prodigy tennis players that practiced before and after school.  All the adults in my life had big plans and a vested interest... read more

How to support a loved one with Anorexia

A refrain providers hear from adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa is that they want to be understood or better yet, left alone. Families want to help, but don’t know how. And the perplexing, counter-intuitive symptoms of Anorexia don’t help either. So what is the family... read more

Imperfection is the New Perfection

adjective ˈpərfikt/ having all the required or desirable elements, qualities, or characteristics; as good as it is possible to be. “she strove to be the perfect wife” The theme of perfectionism comes up again and again in our lives. I see it and hear about... read more

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