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Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program’s sibling brand, has treatment locations across North Carolina and Georgia. With a range of eating disorder services for children, adolescents, and adults, Veritas offers inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient levels of care in a gender-diverse and inclusive environment.

Veritas Collaborative is dedicated to elevating the standard of eating disorder treatment and providing holistic, individualized care across all recovery stages. With a multidisciplinary approach and a foundational “Can Eat Culture,” they foster a positive, balanced relationship with food and eating, ensuring effective treatment and long-term recovery for individuals and their loved ones.

Eating Disorders Treated at Veritas Collaborative Locations

Veritas Collaborative provides specialized treatment options for various eating disorders and related mental health issues across multiple locations.

One of the prevalent disorders addressed by Veritas Collaborative is anorexia nervosa. Individuals with this condition often grapple with a profound fear of gaining weight and a distorted perception of their body, which can frequently result in severe malnutrition.

Another significant area of focus is bulimia nervosa. This disorder, commonly referred to as bulimia, is marked by cycles of excessive eating followed by actions to counteract the intake, such as self-induced vomiting or over-exercising.

Binge eating disorder is also treated at Veritas Collaborative. This disorder is typified by episodes of excessive food consumption and a feeling of lost control, often as a reaction to adverse emotions.

Compulsive overeating is another area where we offer support. Here, individuals experience repeated instances of overeating that aren’t necessarily tied to physical hunger, potentially leading to weight gain and associated health complications.

Furthermore, Veritas Collaborative is adept at addressing conditions like OSFED (Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder) and ARFID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder), ensuring comprehensive eating disorder treatment optoins near you.

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