NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care. NEDA envisions a world without eating disorders.
+1 (404) 465-3385
Eating Disorders Information Network
The Eating Disorders Information Network (EDIN) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention of eating disorders through education, outreach, and action.
EDIN is committed to addressing the problem of eating disorders on a societal level.
EDIN is devoted to:
– preventing eating disorders,
– increasing public awareness of the personal, familial, and cultural/media influences which contribute to eating disorders,
– and helping those already suffering to find the therapeutic services they need.
The organization strives to serve as a comprehensive resource and educational guide for those wanting to learn more about eating disorders, those seeking help and those gathering and distributing information about available treatment options both in the Atlanta area and nationwide.
+1 (760) 434-7533
For almost 35 years, Gürze Books have been dedicated to serving the entire eating disorders community: individuals who are suffering, their loved ones, the professionals who treat them, and the educators who are working toward prevention. Our goal has been to offer our readers quality materials that are practical, reliable, and accessible.
Gürze Books has published a number of excellent books on recovery by a variety of notable authors. Their main focus has been oneating disorders, but have also published books on related topics, such as size-acceptance, “normal” eating, and body image.
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Eating Disorders Anonymous (EDA) is a fellowship of individuals who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from their eating disorders. People can and do fully recover from having an eating disorder. EDA helps one another identify and claim milestones of recovery. The only requirement for membership is a desire to recover from an eating disorder. There are no dues or fees for EDA membership. EDA is self-supporting through their own contributions. EDA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution. EDA does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorse nor oppose any causes. EDA’s primary purpose is to recover from our eating disorders and to carry this message of recovery to others with eating disorders. EDA is focused on the solution, not the problem. Solutions have to do with recognizing life choices and making them responsibly. Diets and weight management techniques do not solve our thinking problems. EDA endorses sound nutrition and discourages any form of rigidity around food.
Balance – not abstinence – is our goal.
+1 (202) 543-9570
With focused attention on educating and working with Congress, EDC can effectively influence federal policy.
Their specific goals are to:
– Raise awareness among policy makers and the public at large about the serious health risks posed by eating disorders
– Promote federal support for improved access to care
– Increase resources for education, prevention, and improved training
– Increase funding and support for scientific research on the etiology, prevention, and treatment of eating disorders
– Promote initiatives that support the healthy development of children
– Mobilize concerned citizens to advocate on behalf of people with eating disorders, their families, and professionals in the field