Windsor Essex Intensive Outpatient Program for Eating Disorders

Launched May 2022  in partnership with the Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association (BANA), the Windsor Essex Community Health Centre, Teen Health site (weCHC THC) and Windsor Regional Hospital  (WRH) – the Windsor-Essex Intensive Outpatient Program (WEIOP) for Eating Disorders is a first of its kind for this region and is funded through Ontario Health.

Facilitated by a multi-disciplinary, multi-agency team; the WEIOP will offer a variety of groups and individual sessions, along with  supervised meal support.  This program is for individuals aged 16 years and older with complex eating  disorders who have not successfully responded to less intensive program; or for individuals “stepping down” from more intensive treatments.

This service has been developed to address the needs of individuals who require treatment for anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and other specified feeding or eating disorders. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

As a part of our work to educate the community on the prevention, treatment, and awareness of eating disorders, we have gathered a group of experts to deliver Eating Disorders 101, a FREE 3-part educational series.

You can find videos on the weCHC YouTube channel links below:

Meet Our WEIOP Team

Leta Marchand
Manager of Clinical Services

Barbara Trojniak
Registered Nurse Practioner

Shaina Thompson
Registered Social Worker

Chantalle Lajoie
Registered Social Worker

Nicole Boulanger
Registered Dietitian

Kia Peters
Registered Dietitian

Sarah Hatoum
Registered Dietitian

Laura Larsh
Medical Secretary

Note: Psychiatry services provided at Windsor Regional Hospital

To contact the Windsor Essex Intensive Outpatient Program for Eating Disorders, call us toll free at:


Funding for the WEIOP is provided by Ontario Health

In partnership with Windsor Essex Community Health Centre – Teen Health, BANA provides centralized intake for new client inquiries for residents of Windsor and Essex County.

Intake services are provided to all ages, free of charge and will streamline your access to treatment and provide a continuum of care while answering your questions and requests for assistance.

You can contact the Centralized Intake Worker at 1-855-969-5530 or by completing an inquiry form below.