Inpatient, Acute Residential, Partial Hospitalization, and Intensive Outpatient care for individuals 8 years of age and older in a gender-diverse and inclusive environment
The Child and Adolescent Program at Veritas Collaborative is specifically designed with young people in mind. With a focus on individualized care, family involvement, and integrated educational support, our goal is to equip each individual and family with take-home skills to continue recovery and thrive in the home environment.
We recognize that every child is unique and deserves care tailored to their needs. That’s why our multidisciplinary team – composed of doctors, psychiatric providers, nurses, registered dietitians, therapists, and skilled therapeutic assistants – collaborates daily to ensure that each patient’s plan of care is individualized, attainable, and geared toward long-term recovery.
At Veritas Collaborative, we believe families are powerful tools in the eating disorder recovery process. Therefore, a large component of our treatment process has been designed to incorporate family involvement through family therapy and multi-family groups each weekend. Our goal is to help each individual and family tackle the eating disorder and thrive together in the home environment.
Integrated directly into The Child & Adolescent Program, we provide age-appropriate educational support, including an on-site school, so that each patient is able to maintain progress on their academic trajectory. Our Education Coordinators are creative in implementing the students’ educational plans and meeting each student’s needs. The Veritas Collaborative Education Program’s primary goal is to enable the continuation of student learning and prepare the student for a smooth transition back to their home school upon discharge.
Features of our programs include:
Additional programming for The Child and Adolescent Program includes:
*Programs vary by location and levels of care.
The Veritas Collaborative Child & Adolescent 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
Outpatient care occurs weekly, biweekly, or on an as-needed basis depending on each individual's unique needs