A Place of Hope Offers a Personalized Approach to Recovery
The experienced medical professionals at A Place of Hope know that every client is unique, and that every program for anorexia recovery, bulimia recovery or binge eating disorder recovery must be personalized to address the individual and his/her specific needs. From the length of stay to the specifics of the eating disorder treatment program itself, a Place of Hope always places the individual first as part of its compassionate, whole person approach to recovery.
There are many emotional and physical factors at play in the lives of each and every human being, and those factors play a role in issues such as addiction. A Place of Hope leaves no stone unturned in getting to the essence of the individual, beginning with:
• 40 hours per week of clinical care services
• Complete psychological assessment
• A solution regimen tailored to your specific needs
• A complete medical health exam
• A fitness assessment by a certified fitness trainer
• A medication reassessment
• Complete nutrition/dietary assessment and menu planning
While a traditional treatment program likely will take 4-6 weeks to complete, it may be recommended that you stay longer depending on the issues at play and your progress addressing those issues. 60 and 90 day programs are available, as are longer-term transitional care programs.
A Place of Hope has defined its mission as one of providing individuals with whole-person care - “inspired healthcare” for restoring balance to the body, mind and spirit. Best of all, even with this individualized level of care, our Day Treatment programs are offered at a fraction of the cost of most in-patient, hospital-based programs. It’s always about making treatment affordable and accessible for those that need it most but may have previously thought that such a wonderful treatment facility was out of their financial reach.
Begin the process of resolving the root issues that have created and perpetuated unhappiness and unhealthy life patterns in your life such as eating disorders. By seeking help at A Place of Hope you’ll do so in a life-affirming environment overseen by the most skilled, compassionate and comprehensive recovery team anywhere.
Seeking help for an eating disorder is a bold and necessary step, and making certain that the help you seek is tailored to your specific needs makes a full and lasting recovery that much more likely. A Place of Hope invites you to discover the tools with which to reclaim and restore balance in your life. For more information, visit our website at http://www.caringonline.com.
Craig Wallach - About Author:
We take the time to tailor treatment for eating disorders to the needs of you the individual, and provide a safe atmosphere where change can take place. We don't believe that you can force an eating disorder treatment on someone. Instead we believe that through an atmosphere of acceptance we can help you confront the issues that are behind your anorexia, compulsive overeating or binge eating disorder.
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