When individuals are given access to the right level of care at the right time, they can and do recover. Our specialty healthcare system provides a complete continuum of care and enables us to meet you, wherever you are, along your recovery journey and position you for long-term success in recovery.
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. Residential is suitable for individuals who are medically stable, but are in need of 24-hour behavioral and medical supervision at a residential treatment facility.
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. PHP is suitable for individuals who are medically stable and in need of daily, structured programming, but not 24-hour supervision, and are currently unable to maintain their recoveries in an outpatient environment.
Our intensive outpatient program is primarily group-based and occurs three times per week with an opportunity for individualized medical and dietetic treatment. IOP is suitable for individuals who are medically stable and in need of structure and support to maintain sound trajectories toward eating disorder recovery.
Outpatient care occurs weekly, biweekly, or on an as-needed basis, depending on the needs of each unique person. OP is suitable for individuals who are medically stable and in need of multidisciplinary support to continue to progress toward eating disorder recovery.
At the outset of an individual's recovery journey, we offer a comprehensive medical, nutritional, and psychological assessment to help determine where in the Veritas Collaborative continuum of care they should begin their treatment. An assessment is recommended for any individuals who need multidisciplinary guidance to determine their next best step toward eating disorder recovery.