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.
We provide the following levels of care at this location. Treatment can begin at any level, depending on individual needs.
Inpatient care provides a structured, highly monitored, around-the-clock treatment environment that comprises both individual and group therapies. Inpatient treatment is suitable for individuals who require daily medical interaction, are medically unstable, and/or are severely depressed or a danger to themselves as a result of their entrenchment in eating disorder behaviors.
Acute residential care provides an extremely structured, around-the-clock treatment environment that comprises both individual and group therapies. Unlike standard residential care, a medical doctor and nursing staff are available onsite, 24/7. This level of care is suitable for individuals who are medically stable but in need of 24-hour behavioral and medical supervision.
Partial hospitalization care occurs six or seven days a week and comprises individual and group therapies with a focus on family/community of support involvement. Partial hospitalization is suitable for individuals who are medically stable and in need of daily, structured programming, but not 24-hour supervision, and who are currently unable to maintain their recoveries in an outpatient environment.
To learn more about our programs or to begin the admissions process, please contact our Master’s-Level Intake & Admissions Team by phone or by completing the contact form below. We look forward to hearing from you.
If you have questions about anything - eating disorders, our programs, specific needs or concerns - or you'd like to schedule an initial phone assessment or a comprehensive in-person medical assessment, please give us a call or complete our contact form. Our Master's-Level Clinicians are here to help.
9th Annual Veritas Collaborative Virtual Symposium on Eating Disorders
Together We Are Stronger: Treatment Considerations for Diverse Eating Disorder Populations
Join us for the 9th Annual Veritas Collaborative Symposium on Eating Disorders September 15-18, 2020. This one-of-a-kind virtual experience will provide you with the opportunity to network and connect with your colleagues, collaborate with our lineup of national eating disorder and diversity experts, and continue your education in the treatment of diverse eating disorder populations – all while earning up to 26.0 continuing education credits.