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Neelam Patel

Neelam Patel

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MD

Director of Child and Adolescent Medicine, Georgia

Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Atlanta, GA

Neelam Patel (she/her), MD, is the Director of Child and Adolescent Medicine, Georgia, at Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. She works with a team of medical providers at our eating disorder treatment center in Atlanta to provide care for our inpatient and residential patients.

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Elouise Cram

Elouise Cram

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LCSW

Lead Therapist

Child, Adolescent & Adult Center – Charlotte, NC

Elouise Cram (she/her) is the Lead Therapist at Veritas Collaborative’s Child, Adolescent & Adult Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. She obtained her undergraduate degree in public health from Clemson University (go tigers!) and her MSW from the University of South Carolina (go cocks!). She has worked in several eating disorder treatment settings across various levels of care.

Elouise appreciates bringing the values of curiosity, collaboration, and willingness into her therapeutic approach. She enjoys working with individuals to find peace with their food, their bodies, and themselves. While her practice is primarily acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)-informed, she also incorporates principles and tools from dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and emotion-focused therapy (EFT). Elouise is excited to hold warm, validating, and often humor-filled space (when appropriate!) to work alongside individuals of all ages.

When not at work, Elouise can be found smashing pickleballs, listening to Maggie Rogers, or chasing her rescue doodle, Poppy.

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Madeline Koermer

Madeline Koermer

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MSW, LCSW

Clinical Manager, Outpatient Services

Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Triangle – Durham, NC

Maddie Koermer (she/her) is a Clinical Manager of Outpatient Services at Veritas Collaborative’s Triangle Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center in Durham, North Carolina. Maddie greatly appreciates being part of a patient’s care team and enjoys walking alongside patients and families as they navigate the recovery journey. 

Maddie obtained her Master of Social Work (MSW) from Loyola University of Chicago and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in North Carolina. She began her career at Veritas Collaborative in 2016 and has experience working with patients and their families across multiple levels of care, including inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization (PHP), and intensive outpatient (IOP). She is particularly passionate about the PHP and IOP levels of care and multi-family programming.

As a clinical manager, Maddie is always pleased to help connect families to psychoeducational and supportive resources in their local area. She also thoroughly enjoys supervising student interns and clinicians in eating disorder treatment. Maddie pulls from various treatment modalities, including dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), family based therapy (FBT), and motivational interviewing. She strongly believes that every eating disorder is significant enough to receive help. 

Maddie embraces diversity and believes in the importance of a non-judgmental, inclusive recovery environment. Maddie is an active Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Council member at Accanto Health.

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Amy Braverman

Amy Laster

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MS, LCMHC

Clinical Manager

Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Triangle – Durham, NC

Amy Laster (she/her) is the Clinical Manager of Veritas Collaborative’s Triangle Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center in Durham, North Carolina. In this role, Amy serves as clinical and staff support for adult partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP), and adolescent PHP/IOP. Amy is an experienced resource for our patients, able to provide individual therapy, family therapy, couples therapy, group therapy, clinical supervision, and therapeutic meal support.

Amy is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LCMHC) in North Carolina, earning her Master of Science in mental health counseling from Nova Southeastern University. Since 2019, Amy has worked with Veritas patients across numerous levels of care, including inpatient, residential, and PHP/IOP. She utilizes an integrated approach to therapy, which incorporates features of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and exposure and response prevention (ERP). Her interest in lower levels of care led her to her current role as a clinical manager.

Amy loves to learn and even helped develop the curriculum utilized across Accanto Health. She strongly believes that thorough assessment and development of an evidence-based treatment plan underpin the success of treating eating disorders. Amy is also passionate about increasing access to care for all individuals who are struggling. She enjoys partnering with external community providers to provide education on the detection and treatment of eating disorders. One of Amy’s goals is to grow awareness of inherent biases surrounding body size and nutrition, as well as to break down harmful eating disorder-related stigma.

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Durham, NC – Triangle Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Center

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Triangle – Durham, NC

Eating Disorder Treatment Center

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Ages 8 and up

Individualized care for children, adolescents, and adults in a gender-diverse and inclusive environment. Located in Durham, North Carolina, our Triangle outpatient eating disorder treatment center offers in-person and virtual treatment options for PHP, IOP, and OP levels of care.

Individual, family, and group outpatient services are available through Gather Behavioral Health, a partner of Veritas Collaborative under the Accanto Health umbrella of treatment services.

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Available Programs

We offer both individualized care and group treatment—all with the goal of equipping individuals and their communities of support with the skills necessary to continue recovery and thrive in their personal and professional environments.

Child & Adolescent Treatment Program

Adult Treatment Program

Individual, family, and group outpatient services through Gather

Contact

Veritas Collaborative Eating Disorder Treatment Center

4024 Stirrup Creek Drive, Suite 100
Durham, NC 27703

Parking & Public Transportation

Parking: Park in any open space in the dedicated parking lot in front of the building. Proceed to the front door and ring the bell to be let in.

Public Transportation: Durham has an extensive bus transit system operated by GoDurham. Take Route 2 to Bus Stop #6267, located on TW Alexander Dr at S Miami Blvd. Plan your trip: https://godurhamtransit.org/trip-planner  

Triangle Outpatient Center Virtual Tour

This video tour provides a look at Triangle Outpatient Center, as well as an overview of multidisciplinary treatment at this site.

Executive Director Sara Hofmeier, MS, LCMHCS, CED-S, leads Triangle Outpatient Center. Sara has worked with eating disorder patients since 2007, and has provided individual, group, and family therapy for patients across multiple levels of care.

If you’d like to learn more or take an in-person tour, please reach out to ryan.sobus@veritascollaborative.com.


Eating Disorder Treatment FAQs with Sara Hofmeier

Executive Director of Triangle Outpatient Center Sara Hofmeier, MS, LCMHCS, CED-S, answers some common questions about eating disorders, including who is affected, how to screen for signs, and why it’s important that patients receive the level of care that’s right for them.

Lodging for Adults in PHP

At Veritas Collaborative, we believe everyone should have access to the treatment they need. Our lodging options are an essential part of our commitment to expanding access to care, offering a place to stay for adult patients (18+) participating in our PHP eating disorder treatment program in North Carolina.

For patients who live away from the area, but need PHP:

  • A beautiful homelike setting nestled in a safe and secure neighborhood
  • An inviting, nonclinical environment
  • Fully furnished rooms equipped with modern amenities
  • Convenient onsite laundry facilities, WiFi access, and a welcoming common area
  • Opportunities to practice real-life recovery skills, empowering yourself on your healing journey

Contact our Admissions Team at 1-855-875-5812 for more information about lodging.

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  • Sara Hofmeier

    Sara Hofmeier

    MS, LCMHCS, CEDS-S

    Executive Director

    Triangle Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

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  • Amy Laster

    Amy Braverman

    MS, LCMHC

    Clinical Manager

    Triangle Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

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  • Madeline Koermer

    Madeline Koermer

    MSW, LCSW

    Clinical Manager, Outpatient Services

    Triangle Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

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  • Elysse Miller

    Elysse Miller

    MPH, RD, LDN, CEDRD

    Manager of Nutrition Services (Interim)

    Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Triangle – Durham, NC

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  • Joseph Crozier

    Joseph Crozier

    MD, PhD

    Medical Director

    Triangle Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

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  • Parkavi Chellappa

    Parkavi Chellappa

    MD

    Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services

    Triangle Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

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  • Rebecca Eckstein

    Becca Eckstein

    LCSW, CEDS-S

    Senior Regional Director, Southeast

    Triangle Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

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  • Mark Warren

    Mark Warren

    MD, MPH, FAED

    Chief Medical Officer

    Triangle Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

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Why is Veritas expanding its outpatient offerings?

At Veritas Collaborative, we believe in offering the right level of care at the right time for each individual.

Outpatient levels of care, including PHP, IOP, and OP, allow us to provide treatment for patients who are struggling with an eating disorder but are medically stable enough that 24/7 residential or inpatient care is not needed.

Specialty outpatient treatment for eating disorders offers effective early intervention. It is imperative that eating disorders are treated as soon as they’re identified. There’s no such thing as not being “sick enough” to receive treatment. Studies show that early intervention for eating disorders leads to improved treatment outcomes, reducing the length of recovery, symptom intensity, and rate of recurrence. Early intervention for children and adolescents is especially crucial to ensure the patient’s physical, psychological, and social development continues unimpeded.

Alternatively, outpatient care is recommended for patients who are stepping down from residential and inpatient levels of care so they can transition from 24/7 treatment back to their everyday lives with a support system in place.


What is the difference between partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient services at Veritas Collaborative?

At Veritas Collaborative, PHP and IOP are designed for patients in need of professional support that is less intensive than what is provided in an inpatient or residential setting, but more intensive than what is provided in a traditional outpatient setting.

  • Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a good fit for those who need a highly structured, supportive plan while recovering in a “real life” setting. Outside of programming hours, patients can immediately practice recovery skills in their daily lives. Patients typically spend a minimum of 30 hours per week in PHP.
  • Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), like PHP, is for those who need more structure than non-intensive outpatient treatment, but less structure than full-day support. IOP programming runs for only a portion of the day. Patients typically spend a minimum of 12 hours per week in IOP.
  • Outpatient services are non-intensive sessions that typically occur weekly, biweekly, or on an as-needed basis. This level of care is meant for those who are not in a crisis phase with their eating disorder or those in recovery who need some ongoing support.

What if my patient lives far from a treatment center?

Veritas Collaborative has affordable lodging accommodations near our Triangle Outpatient Center for adults (18+) who live far away from our treatment location. If parents want to stay near their child during treatment, our staff will assist with locating nearby hotel accommodations. Your patient may also want to consider a virtual treatment option.


Does Veritas offer virtual programming at the outpatient level?

Yes, we offer both virtual and in-person treatment options for PHP, IOP, and outpatient sessions. Both virtual and in-person intensive outpatient programs include individual, group, and family therapy, therapeutic meal support, nutrition counseling, psychiatry sessions, and medical appointments, as appropriate. 

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    Kara Stultz

    Kara Stultz

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    LPC, CPCS

    Clinical Director

    Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Atlanta, GA

    Kara Stultz (she/her) is the Clinical Director at Veritas Collaborative’s Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center in Atlanta, Georgia. In her role, Kara works directly with the clinical team, supporting them to provide the best care possible to patients and their families.

    Kara is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with a master’s in clinical rehabilitation counseling from Georgia State University. Before attending graduate school, she earned a bachelor’s in psychology with a minor in childhood and family studies from the University of Alabama. Kara is a Georgia-approved supervisor and has been working with patients with eating disorders since 2018. She has experience across all levels of care, including inpatient, partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient services. Kara is particularly interested in working with young adults, providing an empathetic space and assisting them in building a life worth living in recovery.

    Kara finds meaning in working with the Atlanta team to provide access to care for those struggling and collaborating to save lives, one recovery story at a time.

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    Lauren Tinkey

    Lauren Tinkey

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    MS, RDN, LDN

    OP Nutrition & Culinary Lead

    Child, Adolescent & Adult Center – Charlotte, NC

    Lauren Tinkey (she/her) is the Outpatient Nutrition & Culinary Lead at Veritas Collaborative’s Child, Adolescent & Adult Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Lauren is responsible for the nutrition department’s effectiveness and efficiency, overseeing all of the site’s nutrition services within her role. As Outpatient Nutrition & Culinary Lead, she manages nutrition department personnel (including registered dietitians and dietetic technicians), conducts and coordinates clinical care for partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient levels of care, and directs operational functions of the site’s culinary and food service needs.

    Lauren attended the University of Georgia (UGA) and completed her Bachelor of Science in dietetics. During her undergrad, she co-founded the Sports Nutrition Association for Pre-Professionals, and worked under the sports dietitians with UGA’s Division I athletes. Lauren completed the Coordinated Dietetics Program to earn her Master of Science in health sciences with a nutrition focus. Prior to joining Veritas, Lauren built up her clinical experience as a Registered Dietitian (RDN) and advanced her creativity and management skills working for start-ups.

    Lauren embodies a balance of work-hard and play-hard. When not at work, you’re likely to find Lauren tackling a jigsaw puzzle, scheming a book swap, playing a round of golf, or seeking her adrenaline fix as an adventure sports enthusiast.

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    Dani Field

    Dani Field

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    MSW

    Office Manager

    Child, Adolescent & Adult Center – Charlotte, NC

    Dani Field (she/her) is the Office Manager at Veritas Collaborative’s Child, Adolescent & Adult Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dani manages the day-to-day administrative operations at the site, providing meaningful connections as the point of contact for patients and families. She coordinates communication between departments, ensuring patients are matched with care teams as soon as possible.

    Dani earned a Bachelor of Arts in environmental studies from Green Mountain College and a Master of Social Work (MSW) with a focus in clinical practice from Hunter College. Dani has nearly a decade of office management experience, primarily in mental health.

    When Dani is not in the office, you can find her spending time with her dog or exploring the city on her bicycle.

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    Parkavi Chellappa

    Parkavi Chellappa

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    MD

    Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services

    Douglas Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC
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    Dr. Parkavi Chellappa (she/her) serves as Director of Psychiatric Services for Veritas Collaborative’s North Carolina eating disorder treatment centers. Dr. Chellappa is a highly trained and experienced medical doctor specializing in child and adolescent psychiatry.

    Dr. Chellappa completed her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, where she gained extensive knowledge and training in diagnosing and treating psychiatric disorders in younger populations. She completed her psychiatry residency at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. While there, she gained a deep understanding of the complexities of psychiatric disorders and treatments. Dr. Chellappa is board-certified in both general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry.

    Dr. Chellappa completed her primary medical school education in India before moving to the United Kingdom, where she completed her psychiatry residency at Northwest Wales NHS Trust. Her international experience has allowed her to develop a unique perspective on psychiatry and has provided valuable experience working with diverse populations.

    Dr. Chellappa’s vast experience has made her well-versed in treating eating disorders and a range of co-occurring conditions, including anxiety, depression, other mood disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and psychosis. In addition to her clinical work at Veritas Collaborative, she has held various teaching positions at academic institutions and is a published researcher.

    Dr. Chellappa is widely recognized for her compassionate and patient-centered approach to psychiatry and her dedication to improving the lives of her patients and their families. She has a passion for helping children and adolescents with psychiatric disorders and takes a compassionate and holistic approach to treatment. Her expertise and experience have made her a valuable asset to the child and adolescent psychiatry field.

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    Laura Brown

    Laura Brown

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    MS, MBA, RDN, LDN

    Manager of Nutrition Services

    Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Atlanta, GA

    Laura Brown (she/her) is the Manager of Nutrition Services at Veritas Collaborative’s Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

    Laura received her Bachelor of Science in music business and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Middle Tennessee State University. After much personal reflection, musing about her own journey through eating disorder treatment, and a desire to make more of an impact on people’s relationship with nutrition, Laura decided to become a Registered Dietitian. She attended Georgia State University, where she completed the coordinated program to receive her Master of Science (MS) in health sciences with a concentration in nutrition.

    Before joining Veritas, Laura worked as an eating disorder dietetic technician and an on-call dietitian at an adolescent and adult partial hospitalization (PHP)/intensive outpatient (IOP) program. Laura has worked as a Registered Dietitian (RDN) in inpatient, residential, PHP, IOP, and outpatient levels of care.

    When not at work, you may find Laura cuddling or playing with her pups, reading a book, or enjoying a walk around the park.

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    Lodging Accommodations

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    Lodging Accommodations

    We’ve created safe, comfortable spaces for you to stay while participating in intensive day programming. Located just minutes from our treatment locations, our lodging accommodations ensure that you will have convenient access to care.

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    Home Away From Home

    Veritas Collaborative offers lodging in North Carolina for adult patients (18+) of all genders enrolled in our partial hospitalization program (PHP), but live a distance from treatment. Lodging provides a place to:

    • Practice real-life recovery skills in a peer-supported, non-therapeutic setting
    • Enjoy a safe, charming residential area near public transportation, restaurants, and shopping
    • Reflect and rest at the end of the day

    The following documents also provide information you’ll need prior to checking into lodging.

    Preparing for Your Lodging (PDF)

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    Guest Agreement (PDF)

    For more information or to refer a patient, please contact us at 1-855-875-5812.

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    Shannon Wilcoxson

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    Office Manager

    Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Atlanta, GA

    Shannon Wilcoxson (she/her) is the Office Manager at Veritas Collaborative’s Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center in Atlanta, Georgia. As Office Manager, Shannon oversees the Atlanta site’s front desk administrative staff. She also serves as a Therapeutic Assistant for patients in our intensive outpatient program (IOP), assisting the treatment team with various therapeutic modalities.

    Nurturing youth has always been Shannon’s passion; she finds happiness in helping families obtain much-needed mental health treatment. Driven by empathy, Shannon takes pride in connecting with and understanding those struggling with mental health issues.

    Shannon is currently pursuing her master’s in clinical psychology. When not busy studying, she can be found at any of Georgia’s beautiful parks, reading books and people-watching.

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    Eliza Russ

    Eliza Russ

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    MBA, MSW, LCSW, CEDS-S

    Executive Director

    Douglas Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

    Eliza Russ (she/her) is the Executive Director of Veritas Collaborative’s Douglas Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center in Durham, North Carolina. She strives to create a safe, nonjudgmental space where patients can flourish. 

    Eliza earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, and a master’s degree in social work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has experience providing individual, family, and group therapy for patients with eating disorders across multiple levels of care. Most recently, Eliza served the outpatient population in a private practice. During that time, she also obtained her master’s degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

    In addition to her training as a psychotherapist, Eliza has experience providing clinical supervision to therapists and interns. She earned her Clinical Supervision Certification (CEDS-S) through NASW-NC and is an approved supervisor through the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. Eliza is passionate about supporting the professional growth of emerging colleagues.

    Eliza strongly believes in providing evidence-based care that is individualized to meet the needs of the patient and family. She approaches therapy with a sense of curiosity to help patients explore behavior patterns, gain insight, and develop potential solutions to facilitate changes that lead to a more peaceful, meaning-filled life.

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    Jenn Zambo

    Jenn Zambo

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    MS, RDN, LDN, CEDS, CHES

    Manager of Nutrition Services

    RTP Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

    Jenn Zambo (she/her) is the Manager of Nutrition Services at Veritas Collaborative’s RTP Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center in Durham, North Carolina.

    Jenn attended the University of Connecticut, earning her Bachelor of Science in dietetics. She completed her Master of Science in health promotion, with a focus on health education. Jenn started her eating disorder career at the University of Connecticut Student Health Services, where she counseled students with eating disorders and advised a peer education group promoting eating disorder awareness.

    Before transitioning to Veritas, Jenn worked as an eating disorder dietitian, treating adults and adolescents within an inpatient program affiliated with Walden Behavioral Care. Jenn has since worked as a Registered Dietitian in inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient levels of care.

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    The Emily Program Locations

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    Locations of The Emily Program Eating Disorder Treatment Centers

    The Emily Program, Veritas Collaborative’s sibling brand, has 15 treatment locations across Minnesota, Washington, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Combining evidence-based treatment with personalized integrative interventions, The Emily Program offers a continuum of care for children, adolescents, and adults of all genders with eating disorders of all types.

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    The Emily Program Eating Disorder Treatment Center Locations

    • Office at The Emily Program Duluth, MN

      Duluth, MN

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      • Virtual Day Treatment for Adults

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      26 East Superior St., Suite 315, Duluth, MN 55802

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    • Office at The Emily Program St. Louis Park, MN

      St. Louis Park, MN

      Adult • Adolescent

      • Outpatient & Day Treatment for Adults and Adolescents

      Adult • Adolescent

      5354 Parkdale Drive, 2nd Floor, St. Louis Park, MN 55416

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    • Office at The Emily Program St. Paul, MN - Como

      St. Paul – Como, MN

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      • Outpatient & Day Treatment for Adults and Adolescents

      Adult • Adolescent

      2265 Como Ave, St. Paul, MN 55108

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      • 24/7 Residential Treatment

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      1449 Cleveland Ave. N, St Paul, MN 55108

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      • 24/7 Residential Treatment

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      2230 Como Ave, St. Paul, MN 55108

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      • 24/7 Residential Treatment

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      2230 Como Ave, St. Paul, MN 55108

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    • Group room at The Emily Program Cleveland, OH

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      • Outpatient & Day Treatment for Adolescents and Adults

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      3401 Enterprise Parkway, Suite 250, Beachwood, OH 44122

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      • Outpatient & Day Treatment for Adolescents and Adults

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      8001 Ravines Edge Court, Columbus, OH 43235

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      • 24/7 Residential Treatment

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      2141 Overlook Road, Cleveland Heights, OH 44106

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      • 24/7 Residential Treatment

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      8001 Ravines Edge Court, Columbus, OH 43235

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    • Group room at The Emily Program Pittsburgh, PA

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      Adult • Adolescent

      • Outpatient Treatment for Adults and Adolescents

      Adult • Adolescent

      4001 Stonewood Drive, Suite 200, Wexford, PA 15090

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    • Office at The Emily Program Seattle, WA

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      • Outpatient & Day Treatment for Adults and Adolescents

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      1700 Westlake Avenue North, Suite 700, Seattle, WA 98109

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    • Group room at The Emily Program Seattle, WA

      Seattle, WA

      Adult

      • 24/7 Residential Treatment

      Adult

      4 Nickerson Street, Suite 300, Seattle, WA 98109

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      Spokane, WA

      Adult • Adolescent

      • Outpatient & Day Treatment for Adults and Adolescents

      Adult • Adolescent

      2020 East 29th Avenue, Suite 200, Spokane, WA 99203

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    • Group room at The Emily Program South Sound (Lacey), WA

      South Sound (Lacey), WA

      Adult • Adolescent

      • Outpatient Treatment for Adults and Adolescents

      Adult • Adolescent

      673 Woodland Square Loop SE, Suite 330, Lacey, WA 98503

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      Adult • Adolescent

      • Outpatient & Day Treatment for Adults and Adolescents

      Adult • Adolescent

      Available in MN, OH, PA, and WA

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    Amy Gerberry

    Amy Gerberry

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    MA, LPC

    Executive Director

    RTP Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Durham, NC

    Amy Gerberry (she/her) is the Executive Director of Veritas Collaborative’s RTP Child, Adolescent & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center in Durham, North Carolina. She enjoys training and leading teams in clinical treatment excellence that promotes lasting recovery.

    Amy brings an abundance of heart and experience to the Veritas Collaborative team. She celebrates a dedicated 30-year career in the mental health field, with over 20 years specializing in treating eating disorders across all levels of care. Building relationships with clinical professionals, patients, and families has been the most rewarding aspect for Amy.

    The healing journey can be complex and challenging, but full recovery from an eating disorder is possible. Amy is proud to be part of an organization with the skills and reputation to facilitate that successful recovery path for patients and their families.

    “The best view comes from the hardest climb!”

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    Virginia

    Best-practice care for lasting recovery from eating disorders

    Veritas Collaborative’s Richmond, Virginia location is now closed.

    Veritas offers individualized eating disorder treatment for children, adolescents, and adults of any gender at our locations in North Carolina and Georgia. We provide a full continuum of care, including inpatient, residential, PHP, and IOP services. Call us at 855-875-5812 or complete our web form to get started.

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    Georgia

    Veritas locations in Georgia

    At Veritas Collaborative, we provide compassionate eating disorder treatment around best practices and evidence-based care. Our multidisciplinary treatment teams are committed to providing individualized treatment for children, adolescents, and adults in a gender-diverse and inclusive environment. Our eating disorder treatment center located in the Dunwoody neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, is robustly equipped to provide a wide range of levels of care, from outpatient to residential treatment. 

    To determine whether it’s time to seek help for yourself or a loved one, take our self-assessment quiz or call 855-875-5812 to schedule an assessment today.

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      Atlanta, GA

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      Atlanta, GA

      Eating Disorder Treatment Center

      IP, Res, PHP, IOP, OP

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      Ages 8–24 (IP) 

      Ages 8 & up (Res, PHP, IOP, OP)

      Veritas Collaborative Eating Disorder Treatment Center
      41 Perimeter Center East, Suite 250, Dunwoody, GA 30346

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      Virtual Treatment

      Virtual

      Virtual Treatment

      PHP, IOP, OP

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      Delivered within a secure online environment

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    Eating Disorder Treatment in Georgia: How Veritas Helps

    Veritas Collaborative’s eating disorder treatment center in Atlanta, Georgia, is uniquely equipped to treat children, adolescents, and adults of all genders with eating disorders of all types. Across a full continuum of care levels, multidisciplinary teams comprised of therapists, dietitians, and medical professionals collaborate to deliver evidence-based care personalized to each patient.

    From the moment you begin your journey with us, our expert team will be by your side, providing essential tools and resources to ensure every step toward recovery is met with care and tailored support. 

    Conditions Treated

    Veritas Collaborative provides expert eating disorder treatment for all eating disorder diagnoses and related conditions, including:

    • Anorexia nervosa, characterized by a fear of weight gain and distorted body image that leads to food restriction and results in a significantly low body weight
    • Bulimia nervosa, defined by recurrent binge eating episodes that are followed by compensatory behaviors to prevent weight gain (e.g., self-induced vomiting, fasting, compulsive exercise, and/or the use of laxatives or diuretics)
    • Binge eating disorder (BED), characterized by recurrent binge eating episodes that lead to marked distress, a sense of loss of control, and feelings of disgust, self-loathing, or guilt
    • Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), characterized by a consistent failure to meet appropriate nutritional needs due to eating or feeding disturbances such as an apparent lack of interest in food, avoidance due to the sensory qualities of food, and/or concern over adverse consequences of eating food
    • Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED), marked by eating disorder symptoms that cause significant distress and impairment of social and/or occupational functioning, but do not meet the criteria for any other eating disorder diagnosis. 

    Treatment Types

    All levels of care are offered at our Atlanta, Georgia eating disorder treatment center, ensuring that we can support you through each step of recovery. 

    Inpatient treatment

    Inpatient treatment is the right fit for patients who require around-the-clock treatment and medical stabilization. Veritas is one of the only eating disorder programs in the nation that can treat individuals who require this level of care. 

    Residential treatment 

    Residential treatment is similar to inpatient in that they both include structured, around-the-clock care, but residential care is the right fit for people who do not require medical stabilization. Nursing staff are available onsite 24/7. 

    Partial hospitalization (PHP)/Intensive outpatient program (IOP)

    Our partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient programs (IOP) provide greater structure and support than our outpatient services, but more independence than 24/7 care. Patients typically spend a minimum of 30 hours per week in PHP and a minimum of 12 hours per week in IOP, either in person or virtually. 

    Outpatient treatment

    Outpatient treatment takes place weekly, biweekly, or on an as-needed basis, depending on the needs of each person. This level of care is the right fit for someone who is medically stable and is looking for continued support on their recovery journey. Veritas offers in-person and virtual individual, family, and group treatment.

    Virtual treatment

    Veritas’ virtual eating disorder treatment uses technology to bring care to patients virtually. It allows patients to connect to their treatment team and receive individualized, expert care via video. Our virtual services are offered for our PHP, IOP, and outpatient services. 

    Insurance Information

    At Veritas, we’re committed to making the journey toward recovery from eating disorders as accessible as possible. We understand that one of the main concerns for a large number of patients and their families is the cost of care. That’s why we’ve made it a cornerstone of our approach to forge strong partnerships with a wide variety of insurance providers.

    We work closely with insurance companies at every stage of the recovery journey to ensure that you or your loved one can get the care they need when and how long they need it. 

    Some of our current insurance providers include:

    • Medicaid
    • United Healthcare | Optum
    • Anthem / BCBS
    • Cigna
    • Aetna

    We have several resources that can aid you in navigating the insurance process, including our insurance verification tool, Insurance terms and definitions page, and Health Insurance FAQs. If you have further questions about insurance, we recommend giving our Admissions Team a call at 855-875-5812.

    Ratings & Reviews

    The journeys of those overcoming eating disorders are filled with remarkable strength. Their stories, shared through powerful quotes, are testaments to the possibilities of healing. Here are some reviews from patients and their loved ones who received treatment at our Atlanta, GA center.

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      – Jacki

      “The Veritas team are experts in this field, and also they were so kind and compassionate. The team members were solid –  especially important because the path forward was rocky and eating disorders thrive and grow in lies, fear, and denial.”

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      – Kelly

      “We didn’t know our child was as sick as she was. Our pediatrician referred us, and we finally got our child admitted about a month later. It’s worth the wait, worth the money, and well worth the time you’ll spend without your child. ED can be very lethal if left untreated!”

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      – Carmen

      “Beautiful hospital and the people I’ve met are all passionate about patient care.”

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      – Kathleen

      “The staff was great and kept in constant communication. My daughter learned skills there to overcome her disorder. She’s doing great now about 18 months later. Not without a few bumps in the road, but she’s never had to go back to a treatment facility and I’m forever grateful.”

    Eating Disorder Treatment Program Highlights

    • Veritas Collaborative provides specialized eating disorder treatment for children, adolescents, and adults.
    • Our approach combines evidence-based therapies, medical monitoring, and a multidisciplinary team to deliver personalized care for each patient.
    • Our programs focus on restoring physical health, addressing underlying psychological factors, and fostering a supportive environment for sustainable recovery from eating disorders.
    • Veritas Collaborative emphasizes family involvement and offers various levels of care for eating disorders, including residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs.
    • We are committed to providing ongoing support, which we do through aftercare services and resources to help patients transition back into their daily lives and maintain their progress.

    Unique Considerations for Georgia Residents

    Out of the 9% of United States citizens who will have an eating disorder in their lifetime, 926,011 of them are Georgians. An estimated 10,200 individuals in the U.S. die as a direct result of eating disorders annually. In Georgia, this is approximately 328 people per year. 

    While eating disorders are severe illnesses that affect many Georgians, recovery is possible. Our Atlanta treatment center is here to get you started on the path to healing.

    If you, a loved one, or a patient are looking for expert, multidisciplinary eating disorder care in Georgia, Veritas Collaborative can help.

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    North Carolina

    North Carolina

    Veritas locations in North Carolina

    At Veritas Collaborative, we provide compassionate eating disorder treatment in North Carolina, centered around best practices and evidence-based care. Our multidisciplinary eating disorder treatment teams in North Carolina are committed to providing individualized treatment for children, adolescents, and adults in a gender-diverse and inclusive environment. Our eating disorder treatment centers in Durham and Charlotte, North Carolina, are robustly equipped to provide all levels of care, including inpatient treatment, residential treatment, PHP, IOP, and virtual visits.

    To determine whether it’s time to seek help for yourself or a loved one, take our self-assessment quiz or call 855-875-5812 to schedule an eating disorder assessment today.

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      RTP – Durham, NC

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      RTP – Durham, NC

      Eating Disorder Treatment Center

      IP, Res

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      Ages 8 and up (IP)

      Ages 8-17 (Res)

      Veritas Collaborative Eating Disorder Treatment Center
      4024 Stirrup Creek Drive, Suite 200, Durham, NC 27703

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      Douglas – Durham, NC

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      Douglas – Durham, NC

      Eating Disorder Treatment Center

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      Adult

      Ages 18 and up

      Veritas Collaborative Eating Disorder Treatment Center
      615 Douglas Street, Suite 500, Durham, NC 27705

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      Triangle – Durham, NC

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      Triangle – Durham, NC

      Eating Disorder Treatment Center

      PHP, IOP, OP

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      Ages 8 and up

      Veritas Collaborative Eating Disorder Treatment Center
      4024 Stirrup Creek Drive, Suite 100, Durham, NC 27703

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      Charlotte, NC

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      Charlotte, NC

      Eating Disorder Treatment Center

      PHP, IOP, OP

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      Ages 8 and up

      Veritas Collaborative Eating Disorder Treatment Center
      1900 Scott Avenue, Suite 101, Charlotte, NC 28203

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      Virtual Treatment

      Virtual

      Virtual Treatment

      PHP, IOP, OP

      Child • Adolescent • Adult

      Delivered within a secure online environment

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    Eating Disorder Treatment in North Carolina: How Veritas Helps

    Veritas Collaborative’s eating disorder treatment centers in Durham and Charlotte, North Carolina, are uniquely equipped to provide the best combination of personalized, effective interventions to achieve lasting recovery from an eating disorder.

    Our collaborative, compassionate approach to care will support your recovery goals and keep you on track every step of the way.

    Conditions Treated

    We know that eating disorders aren’t a choice, phase, fad, or a matter of willpower or vanity. They’re serious, multifaceted, brain-based illnesses that have the second-highest mortality rate of all mental health conditions. All types of eating disorders deserve effective treatment that reflects their complexity and seriousness.

    At our North Carolina treatment centers, we individualize care to address the unique characteristics of each eating disorder. Our teams of multidisciplinary providers have the clinical training and expertise to treat all eating disorder diagnoses, including:

    Treatment Types

    Eating disorders are complex illnesses with wide-ranging impacts on a person’s body, mind, and quality of life. It takes a team of providers and a combination of therapeutic modalities to address the full scope of physiological, behavioral, nutritional, and other medical complications of an eating disorder.

    At our North Carolina eating disorder treatment centers, we pair each patient with a dedicated multidisciplinary treatment team. Each team member has extensive, specialized experience treating eating disorders and collaborates with our patients, their families, and their communities of support to offer the care, skills, and encouragement needed to prevent relapse and foster lasting recovery.

    Our North Carolina multidisciplinary care teams consist of:

    • Medical providers
    • Psychotherapists
    • Psychiatric providers
    • Registered Dietitians
    • Therapeutic Assistants
    • Expressive Art Therapists
    • Yoga Instructors
    • Case Managers

    Veritas’ eating disorder treatment centers in Durham and Charlotte, North Carolina, provide best-practice care tailored to the unique treatment needs of children, adolescents, and adults of all genders. Our evidence-based, whole-person treatment models are offered across a full continuum of care to ensure each patient receives the right treatment at the right time. The levels of care we offer in North Carolina include:

    Insurance Information

    We’re proud to partner with a range of insurance plans to help alleviate treatment barriers for our patients in North Carolina. Veritas is in-network with most major insurance providers, including Aetna, Anthem / BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, United Healthcare | Optum, and others. Call us at 1-855-875-5812 for support in navigating the insurance process.

    Ratings and Reviews

    At Veritas, we’re not just treating eating disorders, we’re treating people. Hear from former patients and their families who have experienced hope and healing at our North Carolina treatment centers:

    “If you want treatment that lasts, from an understanding, compassionate, and knowledgeable team, then this is who you need on your side.”

    – Diane, Charlotte, NC

    “Overall, these trained professionals are the best. They do all they can for the residents and families as well – from nutrition education, to proven therapy, to compassion and strong and unwavering dedication to keep our kids safe in their battle with a misunderstood and deadly illness. While not everything was perfect, we learned the tools necessary for when we were able to leave Durham. I have so much respect for all the staff and standards in the facility and would recommend should you need care for a loved one to not accept anything less than Veritas.”

    – Veritas Parent, Douglas – Durham, NC

    “The team was attentive and beyond patient, and really made every effort to work with my daughter. They were genuine and I felt an immediate trust with everyone on her team… These individuals truly wanted to help my daughter who has an extremely severe case of anorexia and anxiety with trusting others.”

    – Rose, RTP – Durham, NC

    Unique Considerations for North Carolina Residents

    914,052 North Carolinians will have an eating disorder in their lifetime. Unfortunately, due to stigma and societal misunderstandings, far too many of them go without eating disorder treatment. Eating disorders can cause a variety of complications the longer they’re left untreated, some of which can be life-threatening.

    The good news is that eating disorders are treatable, and life in recovery is possible—we see it for our patients every day. You shouldn’t have to suffer in silence for a moment longer. Help is available here in North Carolina. Veritas’ personalized, evidence-based programs are designed to address the root of your eating disorder symptoms and guide you toward a peaceful relationship with food and your body.

    Explore our North Carolina treatment locations and reach out today to begin your healing journey.

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    Charlotte, NC – Child, Adolescent & Adult Center

    North Carolina

    Charlotte, NC

    Eating Disorder Treatment Center

    Child • Adolescent • Adult

    Ages 8 and up

    Individualized care for children, adolescents, and adults in a gender-diverse and inclusive environment. Located just south of downtown, our Charlotte, North Carolina eating disorder treatment center offers in-person and virtual treatment at various levels of care, including PHP, IOP, and OP.

    Individual, family, and group outpatient services are available through Gather Behavioral Health, a partner of Veritas Collaborative under the Accanto Health umbrella of treatment services.

    Call 855-875-5812 to get help with an eating disorder.

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    Available Programs

    We offer both individualized care and group treatment—all with the goal of equipping individuals and their communities of support with the skills necessary to continue recovery and thrive in their personal and professional environments.

    Child & Adolescent Treatment Program

    Adult Treatment Program

    Individual, family, and group outpatient services through Gather

    Contact

    Veritas Collaborative Eating Disorder Treatment Center

    1900 Scott Avenue, Suite 101
    Charlotte, NC 28203

    Parking & Public Transportation

    Parking: Ample parking is available onsite for no fee.

    Public Transportation: The #6 Bus is the fastest route to access the Charlotte Center via public transportation. Take the #6 outbound to the East Blvd and Scott Avenue stop and proceed toward Scott Avenue. Our Center is in a brick building shared with Atrium Health, which will be on your right in 0.1 miles.

    Alternatively, take the #19 Bus from the Charlotte Transportation Center to the Park Road and Ideal Way stop. Proceed toward the intersection and turn left onto Ideal Way. Go 0.5 miles (about 10 minutes), until you reach Kenilworth Avenue. Cross Kenilworth Avenue and take a left, turning right onto the road between the last residential house and the brick apartment building. Follow this sidewalk around the apartment complex to the left and use the crosswalk to take the sidewalk, passing the bushes, and enter Veritas’ parking lot. Proceed toward Scott Avenue, and the front of our building will be on your right.

    Virtual Tour: Charlotte Eating Disorder Treatment Center for Children, Adolescents, and Adults

    This video tour provides a look at Veritas Collaborative’s eating disorder treatment center for children, adolescents, and adults in Charlotte, as well as an overview of the multidisciplinary care offered at the site.

    Our programs include individual therapy and nutrition sessions, skills-based group therapy, therapeutic supported meals, and psychiatry and medical services, all delivered within a safe and nurturing environment.

    If you have any questions or are interested in treatment for yourself or a loved one, please call us at 855-875-5812.

    If you’re a healthcare provider, you can schedule an in-person tour or contact marybeth.sullivan@accanto.com for additional information.


    Eating Disorder Treatment FAQs with Sara Hofmeier

    Executive Director of our Charlotte Outpatient Center Sara Hofmeier, MS, LCMHCS, CED-S, answers some common questions about eating disorders, including who is affected, how to screen for signs, and why it’s important that patients receive the level of care that’s right for them.

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      – Erika

      “Veritas Charlotte is amazing. My son was a part of their treatment programs. Nothing but positive things to say about the facility and staff.”

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      – Anonymous Quote

      – Anonymous

      “Our daughter was in Veritas’ program for seven months. She was in very poor health from her eating disorder when she arrived, and when she graduated from the program she was much healthier and more confident. She learned DBT skills and has come a long way in overcoming her eating disorder. The staff were kind and professional.”

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      – Diane Quote

      – Diane

      “If you want treatment that lasts, from an understanding, compassionate, and knowledgeable team, then this is who you need on your side.”

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      – Anonymous Quote

      – Anonymous

      “My wife and I have been at war with our daughter’s ED for years. She was admitted to Veritas Charlotte’s PHP program.  Fast forward six weeks, and our daughter is a different person. She no longer stares vacantly at her plate, refusing to eat. She’s properly nourished and eats without prompting. The shine has returned to her eyes. It hasn’t been an easy road and we’ve had our setbacks. Thank you Veritas for helping us get our girl back! ”

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      – Kasey

      “Couldn’t say a bad thing about the Charlotte Center’s amazing team!”

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      – Jacki

      “Very caring and trustworthy staff!”

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    • Sara Hofmeier

      Sara Hofmeier

      MS, LCMHCS, CEDS-S

      Executive Director

      Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Charlotte, NC

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      Elouise Cram

      LCSW

      Lead Therapist

      Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Charlotte, NC

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    • Lauren Tinkey

      Lauren Tinkey

      MS, RDN, LDN

      OP Nutrition & Culinary Lead

      Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Charlotte, NC

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    • Dani Field

      Dani Field

      MSW

      Office Manager

      Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Charlotte, NC

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    • Joseph Crozier

      Joseph Crozier

      MD, PhD

      Medical Director

      Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Charlotte, NC

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    • Parkavi Chellappa

      Parkavi Chellappa

      MD

      Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services

      Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Charlotte, NC

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    • Rebecca Eckstein

      Becca Eckstein

      LCSW, CEDS-S

      Senior Regional Director, Southeast

      Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Charlotte, NC

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    • Mark Warren

      Mark Warren

      MD, MPH, FAED

      Chief Medical Officer

      Child, Adolescent, & Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Center – Charlotte, NC

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    Eating Disorders Treated by Veritas Collaborative

    Our eating disorder treatment centers offer a comprehensive range of personalized eating disorder treatment options designed to address various eating disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions. With options for virtual and on-site eating disorder recovery programs, we strive to provide care that fits into your life.

    For those struggling with anorexia nervosa, a condition marked by an extreme fear of weight gain and a distorted body image, Veritas Collaborative provides in-depth treatment plans to guide you on the path to recovery.

    We also offer specialized treatment for bulimia nervosa, a disorder characterized by cycles of binge eating followed by compensatory behaviors like self-induced vomiting, commonly known as purging, or excessive exercise to offset weight gain.

    Veritas Collaborative also offers support to individuals dealing with binge eating disorder, which involves episodes of excessive food consumption often triggered by negative emotional stimuli and a lack of control over eating.

    You can also get help for OSFED (Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder) at our eating disorder treatment centers. People who experience eating disorder symptoms that impair their life but do not fit the diagnostic criteria of other eating disorders may be struggling with OSFED.

    ARFID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder) is a condition for which you can receive care at Veritas Collaborative eating disorder treatment centers. ARFID is commonly experienced as a continual failure to meet appropriate nutritional and/or energy needs. This is often because of an apparent lack of interest in food, avoidance due to the sensory qualities of food, and/or concern over adverse consequences of eating food.

    Eating disorders sometimes occur alongside a range of other psychiatric and developmental disorders. Such co-occurring disorders are another aspect of eating disorder treatment that we attend to at Veritas Collaborative. Intensive residential eating disorder support may be advisable for certain cases of co-occurring disorders.

    If you have specific questions or concerns about your condition, we encourage you to contact us for more information. Learn about our eating disorder live-In treatment facilities.

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