MEDA’s “BETTER STARTS HERE” Fall Breakfast
“You don’t have to be, do or have anything to be worthy, valuable or loved. You already are.” – Kate Eckman
MEDA’s awareness breakfast is on Wednesday, November 1st 2017. This year we are excited to have guest speaker Kate Eckman, TV presenter, model, author and body positive speaker, talk to us about the affects the modeling industry and social media have on us and how we can work together to make change.
For more information and to purchase tickets http://www.medainc.org/medas-fall-breakfast-2017/
Save the Date for MEDA’s 2018 Conference – March 16th and 17th. Stay tuned for more details.
MEDA hosts an Annual National Conference to bring professionals from across the country together to share ideas and discuss critical issues about eating disorders treatment. For more information and a look at MEDA’s 2017 Conference.
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week Events
This past year MEDA hosted three events for EDAW including screenings of the Documentary ALL OF ME, Coffee and Conversation with MEDA founder, Becky Manley on How to Build Body Confidence in your Child and a special YOGA workshop with MORE TO LOVE. Stay tuned for our 2018 events.
NEDA Walk Hosted by MEDA
MEDA partners with NEDA (The National Eating Disorders Association) in our yearly walk to raise awareness about eating disorders. Proceeds support critical programs and services onhealthy phentermine that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Networking with a Purpose
Networking with a Purpose provides a unique opportunity for members of our Preferred Provider Network to get acquainted, share information and experiences, and learn from others in the field of eating disorders in an informal and educational setting. A different topic will be discussed by a guest speaker during each of the quarterly meetings.
Learn more about joining MEDA’s Preferred Treatment Provider Network.