What to Expect
When you take the first step toward recovery, we’ll make the admissions process as easy as possible. By calling (623) 304-8144 or submitting our online form, you’ll connect with an admissions coordinator to answer any questions you may have about our treatment modalities, our residential group environment, costs, insurance coverage, and timelines.
Our residential program typically lasts between 30 and 90 days. Once you’ve decided to pursue treatment, we’ll perform an initial phone assessment and schedule your admission date. We’ll also provide you with a comprehensive list of items to bring with you or leave at home. When you arrive, our treatment team will perform a more thorough assessment to create a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to you.
Do I Have an Eating Disorder?
Why Choose Virtue Recovery?
Our team of experienced medical, psychiatric and clinicians are equipped to treat all types of eating disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions. Our staff is responsive to providing around-the-clock support.
One of the many benefits of choosing a residential treatment program is the access to quality support and having less distractions as you begin to rebuild a foundation towards recovery. Treatment includes individual, group, and family therapy sessions in a homelike setting with others who understand your struggles.
Experience a “family-style” environment with other patients and caring staff. Learning to live in recovery can be new and unknown; our program integrates sharing meals together, participating in fun activities, and group therapy sessions with peersgoing through similar struggles to help break through feelings of isolation or shame.
We accept most insurance plans and payment methods, including cash, wire transfers, credit cards, and cashier’s checks.
Although you’ll be living in a group setting, you’ll receive individualized counseling and a multidisciplinary treatment plan customized to your unique mental and physical health needs.
Residential treatment is an opportunity to empower yourself through discovery of tools, creating supports for recovery, strengthening the relationship with your body and collaborating with professionals to identify the next steps for continuing your ongoing care.