Inpatient, Acute Residential, Partial Hospitalization, and Intensive Outpatient care for individuals 18 years of age and older in a gender-diverse and inclusive environment
At Veritas Collaborative, we understand that it takes an incredible amount of courage to seek treatment for an eating disorder — more than most will ever realize. Our goal is to help you discover your true self outside of the eating disorder and build a life worth living.
We know an eating disorder can interfere with so many aspects of your life — relationships with family and friends, general health and well-being, and often your ability to engage in school or work. That’s why we don’t believe in simply treating your symptoms. Instead, we promise to meet you where you are, develop a treatment plan tailored to your unique needs, and provide you with the whole-person care you deserve.
In addition to receiving individual therapy, your entire community of support will have the opportunity to learn the most helpful ways of supporting you — and each other — throughout the process of eating disorder recovery. We’ve crafted a unique treatment experience through our multi-family groups each weekend with one goal in mind — equipping you and your community of support with the tools you need to feel empowered on the road to recovery.
We want to help you discover that your eating disorder is not who you are. That’s a tough but important process, requiring a mutual, earned trust. We commit to doing our part to earn such a trust with you. You matter that much. At Veritas Collaborative, we believe in partnering with each individual to help them improve their quality of life, re-engage with their community, and build a life worth living.
Features of our programs include:
*Programs vary by location and levels of care.
The Veritas Collaborative Adult Program is structured to ensure the highest quality of care possible. Our clinicians tailor the specialized eating disorder treatment programs to meet individuals’ unique needs as they progress through appropriate levels of care.
Inpatient care involves 24-hour supervision and nursing, daily medical monitoring, and the beginning of the therapeutic process
Acute Residential care involves 24-hour supervision and nursing, medical monitoring as needed, and the establishment of therapeutic skills
Partial Hospitalization involves day treatment, 5-7 days per week, and skill building for the transition to outpatient care
Intensive Outpatient care is mostly group-based, 3 days per week with an optional 4th day of individualized treatment