Nestled in a picturesque location, the campus provides a peaceful and secluded setting for residents to embark on their recovery journey. Surrounded by natural beauty, the facility offers a respite from the outside world, allowing individuals to focus on healing and personal growth.

Surroundings That Invite Healing


The 2.5-acre campus is thoughtfully designed to create a harmonious environment. It features well-maintained gardens, lush green spaces, and serene walking paths, offering residents opportunities for peaceful strolls, meditation, or simply enjoying the tranquility of nature. These calming outdoor spaces provide a sense of serenity and can contribute to the overall well-being of the residents.

The campus also includes designated areas for equine therapy, where residents can engage with the therapy horses. These areas may consist of open fields or enclosed horse stalls, providing ample space for residents to interact with the gentle and intuitive animals. The equine therapy sessions take place in a safe and secure environment, allowing residents to form a meaningful connection with the horses and experience the therapeutic benefits that come with it.

Furthermore, the campus features additional facilities such as outdoor seating areas, shaded spots, or patios where residents can relax, journal, or engage in outdoor group activities. These spaces are designed to foster a sense of community and encourage social interaction among residents, promoting support and camaraderie during the recovery process.

Overall, the campus site of this residential eating disorder facility on 2.5 acres with equine therapy offers a calming and rejuvenating environment. The serene surroundings, well-tended gardens, and dedicated equine therapy areas create an atmosphere conducive to healing, self-reflection, and personal transformation.

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