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Resources for Eating Disorder Recovery

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The Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) helps physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, nutritionists, academic researchers, students and experts through lived experience connect and collaborate with each other and keep abreast of recent developments in eating disorders research.

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The BDD Foundation’s aim is to relieve the suffering for people with BDD, while advancing research, treatments and awareness of the condition.

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FEDUP is a collective of trans+, intersex, and gender diverse people who believe eating disorders in marginalized communities are social justice issues. Their mission is to make visible, interrupt, and undermine the disproportionately high incidence of eating disorders in trans and gender diverse individuals through radical community healing, recovery institution reform, research, empowerment, and education. 

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Project HEAL is a nonprofit organization focused on equitable treatment access for people with  eating disorders. The organization focuses on breaking down systemic, healthcare, and financial barriers to eating disorder treatment. They offer program for Insurance Navigation, Treatment Placement, Cash Assistance, and Clinical Assessment. 

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ANAD is committed to providing free, peer support services to anyone struggling with an eating disorder.

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Are you the parent of a teenager or an adult child with an eating disorder? Is your spouse suffering? EFFT helps caregivers learn how to respond to some of the common statements that come up along the journey, including coaching scripts for validating emotions and providing meal support. Free educational resources available

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IAEDP offers nationwide education, training, certification, and a semiannual conference for practitioners who treat people with eating disorders.

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As a non-profit organization with an international membership committed to the practice of the Health At Every Size® (HAES) Principles, ASDAH 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.


Provides an eating disorders resource catalogue of self-help books, professional texts, and educational videos.

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The NEDA Parent Toolkit was created to provide some tools to support a loved one in recovery from an eating disorder. The toolkit is designed to put crucial information at your fingertips and offer your family a range of ideas on how to best help your loved one recover from an eating disorder. 

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