In November, Jon Carpenter’s weight on his 6-foot, 1-inch frame had plummeted to 119 pounds. Over the Christmas holidays, he made a resolution to get help. Two weeks ago, Carpenter was looking and feeling healthier, weighing in at about 150 pounds, but he has more work to do to stabilize his weight.
This is the kitchen area of the Hearth Center for Healing in Columbia.
, but he still has more work to do to stabilize his weight.
The Hearth Center for Healing in Columbia has in-patient treatment options for people suffering with severe eating disorders.
The Hearth Center for Healing in Columbia opened this year.
The staff at Hearth Center for Healing focuses on helping South Carolinians suffering from eating disorders, including finance coordinator Miquel McClendon, outpatient therapist Sue Connelly-Nelson (center) and professional relations coordinator Pamela S. Wood.