Seeds of Hope
Christina Boudreau was always ahead of the curve. When she was 10-years old, she realized that she was growing faster than her girlfriends, something the boys in her class noticed.
“They would call me names like Bigfoot, or Sasquatch. Things really went downhill from there.”
By the time she reached the 3rd grade, Christina was struggling with bulimia.
Today approximately 11 million Americans are fighting a life and death battle with an eating disorder. Privately nestled in the quiet, historic town of Redlands, California, the Loma Linda Behavioral Medicine Center has been providing exemplary mental health and chemical dependency care for over 18 years. The compassionate and experienced team of experts work with patients to begin the healing process while restoring hope for the future.