In the words of our Chief Medical Officer
We’re here so that you don’t have to support your patient alone. And with our trauma-informed, holistic, and culturally sensitive approach to care, we ensure that your patient has an exceptional, supportive experience of care with Arise at every step of their healing journey.”
How to screen for eating disorders in your practice
We know that appointments often run much too short to cover it all — but even just a few simple questions can help you to see if someone may be experiencing an eating disorder.
START WITH THESE:
Do you worry that you’ve lost control over how much you eat?
Do you make yourself sick when you feel uncomfortably full?
Do you currently experience an eating disorder, or have you ever in the past?
Does your weight affect the way you feel about yourself?
Are you satisfied with your eating patterns?
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT ARISE
Our program brings together community and clinical services for long-term healing.
We believe care needs to center each person and their lived experience.
We build trust, train our care teams in ensuring physical and emotional safety, and partner with each member so they have choice in their care.
Our multidisciplinary care teams collaborate closely to understand each member’s needs, address social determinants of health, and care for the member’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
We designed care to put each member at the center — and work together to create care plans that reflect their goals and clinical needs.
All of our care team members are trained in providing culturally sensitive care with an intersectional approach, while working to ensure the member feels seen and heard.
Frequently asked questions
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People of all sizes and weights, races and ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, and identities experience eating disorders — and it's likely you're seeing them in your practice. But eating disorders can show up in many different ways for different people, so it's not always easy to spot. That's why it's so important that we all ask a few simple questions to screen. And if you think someone in your care may be experiencing an eating disorder, we're here to support you in evaluating further and getting them the right care.
We provide a unique, comprehensive model of care that brings together community support and person-centered care to address the complex, multifaceted, and diverse needs of people living with eating disorders. Our program was designed by a diverse group of leading clinicians and community providers who have spent decades in the eating disorder space, alongside people with lived experience who care deeply about creating a space where every member feels seen, heard, and cared for. If you have someone you think would be appropriate for outpatient or IOP level of care, Arise may be a great fit — especially for people who need an option that fits into their lives.
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You can refer without diagnosing formally! We know that it is a challenge to do a full evaluation in your practice, so we'll take it from here. With our interdisciplinary team of therapists, registered dietitians, psychiatrists, and physicians, we evaluate together and work with each member to determine the right care.
Arise Care Advocates have various backgrounds and experiences working with folks through programs like peer recovery coaching and in community-based settings. They are here to be your go-to person throughout the program — starting with listening and seeking to understand your experiences, supporting you in reaching your goals for healing, and supporting you at every step of the journey. They'll be available for one-on-one sessions, leading your community group, and supporting you between sessions, too over text message or email.
We offer a comprehensive program that includes:
- A Care Advocate (who the member chooses!) for peer mentorship, support through day-to-day challenges, and advocating for and navigating care at every step of the healing journey together.
- Personalized clinical care including therapy, sessions with a registered dietitian, psychiatry and medication support, and medical care from physicians. Our teams are trained in delivering trauma-informed, holistic, and inclusive care for eating disorders and co-occurring needs.
- Peer group support to foster connection and promote collective healing among groups of people with shared identities and experiences (e.g., those who identify as LGBTQ+, those who live in larger bodies).
Members will have this entire program when they join Arise, covered by insurance.
We're committed to making care more accessible and affordable. That's why we're accepting insurance from the start. It takes a while for us to get in-network with each health plan, so we're in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, Medicaid, SuperiorHealth Plan, and Medicare. We're also offering early access to our program for people who are on other plans that we're working to get in-network with (e.g. Aetna, Cigna, Humana).
So here's how pricing works with us:
1. If they're covered by one of the health plans we're in-network with, clinical services (therapy, dietitian sessions, psychiatric and medical services) will be covered by their health plan.
2. In that case, their usual co-pays and deductibles will apply. We'll work with you to understand your coverage and what you can expect your co-pays to be.
3. We help them to navigate coverage for things like labs which are dependent on where they go locally.
We're not offering a self-pay option at this time.
We're working to expand coverage and accept more health plans as soon as possible, because we want to make sure more people have access to affordable care.
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Absolutely! We know how important trust and the relationships you've built with your clients or patients are. We are here to collaborate with you and make sure you're kept in the loop on their care as much as you'd like to be.