|AED Academy for Eating Disorders|
For ED professionals: promotes effective treatment, develops prevention initiatives, stimulates research, and sponsors international conferences and regional workshops.
|Alliance for Eating Disorder Awareness|
Educational information and some recommended reading.
|American Dietetic Association|
Clicking on Nutrition Resources will get you to information about eating disorders and an extensive nutrition reading list.
|ANAD Nat. Assoc. of Anorexia Nervosa & Associated Disorders|
Distributes listings of therapists, hospitals, and informative materials: sponsors support groups, conferences, research, and a crisis hotline.
|Council on Size and Weight Discrimination|
|Eating Disorder Hope|
Eating Disorder Hope is dedicated to offering hope, resources, and information to those suffering from eating disorders, their treatment providers and loved ones.
|Gurze Eating Disorders Resource Catalogue/Info/Links|
Gurze Books publishes and distributes a wide variety of book titles dealing with eating and body image issues.
|Harvard Eating Disorders Center|
Conducts research, provides information and a newsletter.
|IAEDP International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals|
A membership organization for professionals: provides, certification, education, local chapters, a newsletter, and an annual symposium.
|NAAFA National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance|
Provides educational information, a newsletter, and hosts a national conference.
|National Eating Disorders Association|
Sponsors Eating disorders Awareness Week in February with a network of state coordinators using educational and prevention programs. Conference, newsletter, Media watchdog program.
|NEDSP The National Eating Disorders Screening Program|
Free and anonymous public outreach and education program.
|OA Overeaters Anonymous Headquarters|
A 12-step, self help fellowship. Free local meetings.
|Research Study on Genes and Eating Disorders|
The National Institute of Mental Health is sponsoring a multicenter, international study seeking to determine whether a gene or genes might predispose individuals to develop anorexia nervosa. They need families with AT LEAST TWO RELATIVES (e.g., sisters, brothers, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents) who have or had anorexia nervosa, and who would be willing to participate. The study involves the completion of interviews, questionnaires and a blood draw. Participants do not need to travel and will be paid upon completion of the study. For more information call 1-888-895-3886, e-mail EDResearch@upmc.edu or visit the website www.angetics.org
Selah House is a safe place to begin your walk toward freedom from the
devastating effects of an eating disorder. We are here to guide you, love you, challenge you, ultimately provide a space for God to heal you. At Selah House we do not merely believe you
can be healed, we know you can, because many of us have overcome eating disorders in our own lives and are now leading healthy, happy lives. We are here to help you do the same thing. All you need to do is take that first stepů Located: 2541 North Shore Blvd. Anderson, IN., 46011
A popular eating disorder site run by people in recovery for people in recovery with online support chat rooms.
|The Renfrew Center Foundation|
Promotes education, prevention , treatment and research of eating disorders.
|USDA . Food and Nutrition Services|