About Veritas Collaborative
We envision a world in which all persons with eating disorders and their families and communities have access to best-practice care and hold hope for a cure.
Veritas Collaborative is a specialty healthcare system for the treatment of eating disorders. Providing a range of services for individuals of all ages, Veritas offers inpatient, acute residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient levels of care. Multidisciplinary treatment teams – made up of physicians, psychiatrists, dietitians, culinary professionals, therapists, nurses, and skilled therapeutic assistants – aim to equip individuals, families, and communities with the skills necessary to continue recovery in the home environment. At every turn, the focus of Veritas Collaborative is on ensuring that each individual’s plan of care is cohesive, attainable, sustainable, and geared toward long-term recovery.
Our multidisciplinary treatment teams in North Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia share a passion and a mission inspired by a collaborative community of care and are committed to providing individualized, evidence-based treatment in a gender-diverse and inclusive environment.
Accredited by the Joint Commission
Veritas Collaborative has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for accreditation by demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for healthcare quality and safety in behavioral health care. The accreditation award recognizes Veritas Collaborative’s dedication to continuous compliance with The Joint Commission’s rigorous standards and to our commitment to premier care for the individuals, families, and communities we serve.
About Eating Disorders
Despite common misconceptions, eating disorders can affect anyone regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, body shape or weight, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status. They are complex, psychiatric illnesses stemming from a variety of genetic, biological, and environmental factors. There is no single cause to point to or to blame. Eating disorders are not choices and the impact over 30 million persons in the United States alone.