Eating Disorder Resources

There are many websites, books, and organizations that can help you understand eating disorders and find treatment.  Here are a few.

This website for the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders provides information about eating disorders and body image and nationwide referrals to therapists and facilities who specialize in eating disorders.  There is a helpline to call if you are in immediate need. It also offers connection to Recovery Mentors, Grocery Buddies, and a community of people in recovery.
The Association for Size Diversity and Health is a nonprofit organization that “envisions a world that celebrates bodies of all shapes and sizes, in which body weight is no longer a source of discrimination and where oppressed communities have equal access to the resources and practices that support health and well being.” This website provides information about the Health At Every Size (HAES®) approach as well as educational opportunities, referrals, and a network of like-minded experts and professionals.
This website offers information about anorexia in boys and young adult males as well as information about research projects, conferences, events, and books and blogs relevant for those with eating disorders and many oriented specifically to males.
This website provides information about eating disorders and body image. It offers provides nationwide referrals to therapists and facilities that specialize in the treatment of people with eating disorders.
This website is a comprehensive resource guide for people with bulimia and their families.  It provides in-depth information about navigating the health insurance maze and how to maximize insurance benefits as well as information on mental health laws pertaining to bulimia.
This website for the Columbia River Eating Disorder Network offers referrals to dietitians, groups, medical providers, therapists, and treatment centers in the greater Portland, OR area.
This website has information about eating disorders, body image, recovery, and healthy eating in the form of articles and podcasts.  It also offers national treatment referrals as well as a catalogue of useful books and other resources.
This website provides information about eating disorders and body image issues, assessment, and treatment, and provides nationwide referrals.
This website offers information, support, and resources for males with eating disorders and body image concerns. This includes online support groups and a toll-free helpline.
This website offers information, support, and resources for people with eating disorders, including a toll-free helpline.

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