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Tapesty’s Facilities

Therapeutic Safe Havens in Western North Carolina and Eastern Pennsylvania

No one likes being in a hospital. That’s why we’ve gone to great lengths to give you a different type of sanctuary for healing, a place that feels like a home and not an institution. Each aspect of our facilities is designed to put you at ease and make you feel as at home as possible.

The environment we’ve created is for your comfort and to support your successful recovery. You’ll be surrounded by others who can relate to what you’re going through and compassionate experts who will keep you safe and do everything they can to support your recovery.

Beautiful Locations to Soothe the Soul

Located in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina and Eastern Pennsylvania, Tapestry Eating Disorder Treatment Centers offer hope for eating disorder recovery. Situated in the countryside near the charming towns of Brevard and Fletcher, two of Tapestry’s facilities are a short drive south of Asheville and minutes from DuPont State Forest, Pisgah National Forest, and Nantahala National Forest.  Tapestry’s Pennsylvania location is located in the beautiful Poconos Mountains region.

Our locations include:

Transportation to North Carolina

Two airports service the Tapestry region: Asheville Regional Airport in Asheville (AVL) and GSP International Airport in Greenville/Spartanburg (GSP).

Transportation to Pennsylvania

If you want to fly in and start treatment, we are only 23 minutes from the Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport. We provide ground transportation within a three-hour drive radius, if you need transportation from the airport or another location.

Off-Site Lodging

Tapestry maintains partnerships with several hotels and rental options in the nearby area to accommodate families and friends of clients. These properties offer a discounted rate for our clients and their families.

Here At Tapestry, We Focus On Healing

Our Facilities are Meant for Rest and Recuperation