come as you are

Get matched with the
exact support you need.

Wherever You Are Today, You Can Come to Us Just As You Are

The struggles you are experiencing are real, and they do not define you. With one conversation, we’ll help you better understand what you’re going through and what you need.

We will meet you where you are, listen to your story in a therapeutic setting, and match you with the level of support that meets your struggle.

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zero cost | zero commitment | zero pressure | zero judgment

Meet Our Care Curators

Two Simple Steps

1. Come as you are

This quick initial call is to gather your basic information and answer any questions you have. We’ll schedule a more in-depth conversation (clinical assessment) with a mental health professional for a time that works for you, including the very same day if that’s what you prefer.

2. Get matched

During this assessment conversation, one of our mental health professionals will get to know you as a unique and whole person. You’ll get matched with the exact support you need. We’ll discuss what you’re currently experiencing, any past support you’ve gotten, and your specific needs.

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When I first began my journey, I thought I was broken and needed to be fixed. I thought I was damaged and I needed to catch up. And that’s shame. I felt like I needed to earn love, safety, protection, my voice, worthiness, connection. I now know I’m whole as I am. I was never damaged, I was having the appropriate response for what I was going through at the time.

Eric Dorsa (they/them), national mental health advocate at Eating Recovery Center

Start to Heal the Moment You Feel Heard

Having an assessment with one of our mental health professionals is more than just a call, it's the start of truly being heard, understood and healed. We ask questions, listen to your answers and get to know you as a whole person – outside of your struggle. We want to know what is most important to you and how we can help you move toward that.

Here's what you'll get:

  • A confidential conversation with a compassionate mental health professional
  • The time and space to share your story and truly be heard
  • A recommendation for care that is right for you (because one size doesn’t fit all)
  • Clear next steps

zero cost | zero commitment | zero pressure | zero judgment

Be Heard

Slowly, through the help of Pathlight, I began to turn the wheel and change my mindset. Trauma group was the first place in my life that I felt I belonged and had a sense of comradery. For the first time I did not feel alone. My biggest takeaway was my mental health does not define me, and it is only a part of me.

Gloria (she/her), Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center alum

We Are In-Network With All Major Commercial Insurance Providers

We are in network with most major insurance providers, believing that treatment should be accessible and affordable.

To ensure you can pursue treatment, our dedicated team will work on your behalf with your insurance provider, answer questions and provide guidance and support every step of the way.

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You don’t need to have it all figured out today. That’s what we’re here for – to guide you and answer questions as they come up along the way. Here are some common ones we hear:

We welcome people of all ages*, genders, cultures, body shapes and sizes, and lived experiences. You can come as you are and get matched with the exact support you need.

*Programming for ages 10 and under varies by treatment program and location.

The initial call typically takes about 10 minutes; we’ll be gathering basic information, answering any questions you have and scheduling your assessment call.

This conversation can range from 60-90 minutes on average. We'll work with you to schedule a time that works best for you, including the very same day if that’s what you prefer. Assessments are completed over the phone to allow for additional flexibility and accessibility.

We will work with you to schedule a start date that works best for you. We can often accommodate start dates shortly after the assessment is completed. If there are travel considerations or other logistics to untangle, we will support you along the way.

For anyone over the age of 18, this is completely up to you. We cannot discuss your medical information, including diagnosis or details about our treatment recommendation, with your loved ones unless we have your permission. If you would like them involved in the process, we will ask you to sign a release form specifying the level of involvement you are comfortable with. If you would like to have a support person on the assessment call, you are welcome to have someone join you for part or all of the assessment.

For kids and teens under 18, we involve families from the very beginning, including the assessment process. Our families play a very important role in treatment and long-term recovery.

Yes, if you have a therapist, dietitian, psychiatrist, primary care doctor or other provider who referred you to us, they will be as involved as you want them to be. They can even join your assessment call with you, to provide additional support and guidance. With your approval, we will keep them updated throughout the assessment process, too.

For Providers:
Our Team is Your Team

You know your client best, and you can see when they need a little (or a lot of) extra help. When you first get the feeling that they could benefit from more structure and support, get in touch. We’ll work together to get your client matched with the exact support they need.

Here’s how to partner with us:

  1. Get in Touch

    Start by referring your client for an assessment. An experienced mental health professional will get to know them and match them with the exact support they need.

    This can even be scheduled during one of their regular sessions with you, so you’ll be there to offer additional support and guidance.

  2. Guide Your Client

    Many people will have mixed feelings about entering care, that's a natural part of this process. While validating any feelings that might be coming up for them, we encourage you to stand firm in your clinical recommendation and let us know how we can help you navigate these conversations.

  3. Stay Connected

    You’ll remain as involved in your client’s case as you want to be. With continuing education events, resources and more, we’ll also give you the tools you need to support your client when they transition back to your care.

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Eating Recovery Center is accredited through the Joint Commission. This organization seeks to enhance the lives of the persons served in healthcare settings through a consultative accreditation process emphasizing quality, value and optimal outcomes of services.

Organizations that earn the Gold Seal of Approval™ have met or exceeded The Joint Commission’s rigorous performance standards to obtain this distinctive and internationally recognized accreditation. Learn more about this accreditation here.

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