New treatment facility for eating disorder and trauma care set to open in Memphis in late summer

What’s happening: A new facility dedicated to providing Memphians with comprehensive eating disorder and trauma treatment and care has announced its planned opening. While exact details are forthcoming, the Haven of Hope Eating Disorder Care Center will open in what’s promised to be a tranquil Memphis setting by late summer 2024.

What it is: Haven of Hope will provide female-identifying adults suffering from eating disorders with localized and individualized treatment, addressing eating disorders and trauma comprehensively through residential treatment programming. Following their launch, Haven of Hope plans to add partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs shortly thereafter.

Why it’s important: "Haven of Hope is here to offer a safe and unique healing experience for those suffering from eating disorders and trauma," says Brittney Greer, LPC, MHSP, executive clinical director of Haven of Hope. "Our team understands eating disorders are complex and require a holistic approach for long-term recovery. Our mission is to meet our clients where they are and walk with them on the journey of recreating a secure internal attachment to allow for a Self-led life in recovery. Our team provides trauma-informed care in all departments and is committed to providing individualized treatment planning to meet the unique needs that come with being a survivor of trauma and struggling with an eating disorder."

Who she is: Executive clinical director Brittney Greer is a licensed professional counselor who specializes in treating eating disorders, having served as the executive clinical director for a different eating disorder and trauma specialized treatment center in Memphis prior to the Haven of Hope announcement.

As further details on the clinic’s opening are forthcoming, stay tuned to High Ground News for the latest announcements.
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