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Eating Disorders

  • Project HEAL: Project HEAL provides support, treatment scholarships, and advocacy for individuals recovering from eating disorders. They offer treatment grants, mentorship programs, and community support.

  • ANAD (National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders): ANAD supports individuals battling eating disorders through their free Eating Disorders Helpline, educational resources, and community support.

  • Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness:  The Alliance offers educational resources, support groups, and awareness campaigns promoting early intervention, treatment, and recovery from eating disorders.

  • FEDUP Collective:  FEDUP Collective provides resources, support, and advocacy for eating disorder recovery, including articles, podcasts, videos, and tools. They also offer information on finding treatment and navigating insurance.

  • Eating Disorder Hope:  Eating Disorder Hope provides information, treatment options, and recovery support through articles, blogs, treatment directories, and online support groups.

  • F.E.A.S.T: F.E.A.S.T is the global organization dedicated to serving parents worldwide who are dealing with eating disorders in their children. The organization is committed to helping parents understand their son or daughter's eating disorder, providing support to guide them towards appropriate treatment, and offering the necessary information for the recovery and thriving of their loved ones.

  • Eat Breathe Thrive: Eat Breathe Thrive is a community that firmly believes in the possibility of recovery. Recognizing the importance of yoga as a crucial element in treatment, the community aims to provide a key missing link for individuals seeking recovery. Through the integration of yoga, psychoeducation, and peer support, Eat Breathe Thrive's programs are designed to help people reconnect with their bodies, access self-compassion, and achieve full recovery. It is a space where individuals support each other on the path to recovery.

  • Nalgona Positivity Pride:  Nalgona Positivity Pride (NPP) is an unconventional eating disorder awareness organization that shines a light on the often-overlooked societal factors that perpetuate unrealistic and oppressive beauty and health standards. NPP offers a vital space for BIPOC individuals to celebrate and embrace their bodies and identities.

  • Sage and Spoon:  Sage and Spoon, part of Nalgona Positivity Pride, is a free online monthly peer support group tailored for individuals struggling with disordered eating and body image issues, specifically designed for the Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) community. This supportive space convenes every last Wednesday of the month at 5 pm PST/8 pm EST (with potential date changes due to holidays)

  • Body Reborn:  Body Reborn is a 501(c)3 that helps people of color mend their eating disorders, and tackle their mental health struggles. Our intersectional healing program addresses each individual's personal issues AND systemic barriers that impact their recovery. We offer each participant with a 1:1 mentor, life-long community support, and a group program that allow all members to craft a personalized healing plan. We prioritize connecting participants in need with BIPOC therapists that specialize in eating disorders, body image issues, and racial trauma.

  • ARFID Peer Support Space: This space is designed for those with ARFID to receive support, give support, and create community. 

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