Americans’ Treatment Needs Are Growing

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)1, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)2, and according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)3, among adults in the U.S.:

1 in 5

experienced a mental illness

1 in 15

experienced both a substance use disorder and mental illness

1 in 20

experienced a serious mental illness


Americans currently struggling with an eating disorder

About Odyssey

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare’s network of services provides support to individuals throughout their journeys by combining compassionate, evidence-based treatment with concierge-quality amenities.
Currently, we operate distinct psychiatric treatment locations and offer a full continuum of services for complex psychiatric disorders, dual diagnosis, substance use disorder, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and process addictions. Additionally, our eating disorder facilities specialize in treating the full array of eating disorders diagnoses and co-occurring conditions within a robust continuum of services.

“Our residential and outpatient services specialize in caring for adults and adolescents with mental health disorders, eating disorders, substance use disorders, and dual diagnosis. Recognized as clinical leaders in the behavioral health industry, our teams are dedicated to providing superior treatment programs delivered with care and compassion.”

– Richard Clark, CEO

Clinically Excellent Mental Health Treatment Informed By Research

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare partners with Harvard and McLean Hospital to collect and analyze our treatment outcomes using the 24-item Behavior and Symptom Identification Scale (BASIS-24).
Additionally, Odyssey’s eating disorder programs leverage the 26 item Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26) and Lifeskills South Florida includes several additional assessments including the Difficulties in Emotional Regulation Scale (DERS), Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS), Drug Attitude Inventory (DAI), and the Short Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Rating Interview (SPRINT) to better understand impact and guide program development.

Download the 2023 Clinical Outcomes Report

2023 Residential Outcomes

Behavior and Symptom Identification Scale (BASIS-24)

A tool designed to assess the outcome of mental health or substance abuse treatment from the client’s perspective. These outcomes include our mental health, addiction, and eating disorder residential services. 

2023 Outcomes

4-Year Longitudinal Average

Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26)

A leading standardized self-report measure of eating disorder symptoms and concerns used by Odyssey’s eating disorder residential treatment programs. 

EAT-26 Subscale Interpretation Guide

  1. Dieting – How much someone, motivated by a desire to be thinner, scrutinizes calorie content, carbohydrates, and sugar content.
  2. Bulimia and Food Preoccupation – Someone’s tendency to purge after meals and excessive food-related thinking.
  3. Oral Control– A person’s tendency toward needing less self-control over their eating.

Adolescent 2023 Outcomes

(under 18 years old)

Adult 2023 Outcomes

(18 years and older)

2023 Outpatient Outcomes

Odyssey’s Outpatient Network also leverages BASIS-24 and EAT-26. These outcomes include our mental health and eating disorder treatment services. We look forward to expanding this tool with our addiction services in future reports.

BASIS-24: 2023 Outcomes

EAT-26: 2023 Outcomes


What Alumni, Families, and Clinical Partners are Saying