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For individuals who require medical stabilization

Inpatient care, provided at our Veritas Hospitals, is structured, highly monitored, around-the-clock treatment that comprises medical care and both individual and group therapies. Inpatient care 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. Veritas is one of the nation’s only eating disorder programs able to treat individuals who require this level of care.

Levels of Care

We begin treatment at the level most appropriate for each individual’s needs.


Components of Inpatient Care

Inpatient care is our highest level of care and is often the first step in an individual’s recovery journey when medical stabilization is necessary.

  • Individually specialized support from a multidisciplinary team consisting of a medical provider, a psychiatrist, a registered dietitian, and a psychotherapist

  • Daily individual, group, and community-of-support programming, informed by Dialectical Behavior Therapy

  • Eating disorder-specific internal or pediatric medicine support

  • Direct psychiatric support

  • Focus on medical stability

  • 24-hour Nursing Care

  • Regular Therapeutic Assistant supervision

  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

  • Culinary & Mindfulness Training

  • Meal & Interpersonal Processing

  • Family/Community of Support Coping Skills & Preparation

  • Expressive Art & Movement Therapy (hands-on)