NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care.
ANAD provides over 250 support groups, contact information for eating disorder resources, school guidelines for 4500 schools, and candlelight vigils around the country.
Andrea’s Voice Foundation (AVF) is dedicated to promoting education and understanding toward the prevention, identification, diagnosis and treatment of disordered eating and related issues.
The Eating Disorders Coalition is the advocacy organization for eating disorders. They advance the recognition of eating disorders as a public health priority at the federal and state level.
Eating Disorder Hope™ offers education, support, and inspiration to eating disorder sufferers, their loved ones, and eating disorders treatment providers. Eating Disorder Hope™ resources include articles on eating disorder treatment options, support groups, recovery tools and more. Whether an individual struggles with bulimia, anorexia, body image distortion, or binge-eating disorders, Eating Disorder Hope™ can help.
FEAST is an organization of and for parents and caregivers to help loved ones recover from eating disorders by providing information and mutual support, promoting evidence-based treatment, and advocating for research and education to reduce the suffering associated with eating disorders.
Maudsley Parents was created in 2006 by parents who helped their children recover with family-based treatment, to offer hope and help to other families confronting eating disorders. We offer information on eating disorders and family-based treatment, family stories of recovery, supportive parent-to-parent advice, and treatment information for families who opt for family-based Maudsley treatment.
The first global eating disorders mentoring community. MentorCONNECT offers three different levels of membership and an extensive list of benefits – all absolutely free!
Recovery Spark offers creative, high-quality eating disorder recovery resources to individuals suffering from eating disorders or disordered eating. It’s a place where people can connect to share their story of struggle and recovery, always empowering people toward hope, meaning, and positive change.
Suicide prevention and grief support non-profit in Boston, MA.
A program of the National Mental Health Screening Project. Free and anonymous public outreach and education program.
SpeakUp’s mission is to help college students who are suffering with an eating disorder, by creating a platform where victims of these EDs can come together as one and focus on recovery together, with organized support groups. Currently this group is only at Boston University.
This in-depth guide, from LearnPsychology, explains what eating disorders are, how to spot the signs, the impact of the most common issues, and what treatments are available for those who suffer from these potentially deadly disorders.