National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA): https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/
NEDA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders. This website offers resources and information, including warning signs, symptoms, prevention, treatment, a screening tool and a parent toolbox.
Academy for Eating Disorders (AED)
AED is a global professional association committed to leadership in eating disorder research, education, treatment, and prevention.
Eating Disorder Resource Center (EDRC)
EDRC works to promote early diagnosis, effective treatment, and recovery; and to advocate for mental health parity legislation and effective insurance coverage.
The Alliance for Eating Disorder Awareness (AEDA)
AEDA is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing programs and activities aimed at outreach, education, early intervention, and advocacy for all eating disorders.
Facebook Parent Support Groups:
Eating Disorder Parent Support Group (EDPS)
Eating Disorder Family Support Network
An online private support group found to be very helpful in supporting loved ones of individuals with eating disorders. Members are vetted carefully and the content is supervised by online moderators who are respectful and compassionate.
Family guides and resources for education, outreach and caregiver support.
Becky Henry offers parent support
Eating disorder family support through online and over the phone counseling.
Rebecca Thomas offers ARFID group
Beginning March 19 2020: Weekly virtual group for ARFID clients. Sessions are held on Thursdays 7pm EST for parent group and 8pm for adult group. Link is below for more details:
Health at Every Size (HAES)
This website provides information about the HAES movement, and resources to create an inclusive and respectful community, to support people of all sizes in finding compassionate ways to take care of themselves.
Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH)
This article defines HAES and answers related questions, such as how it originated, and what the goals of the movement are.
NEDA: What is Health at Every Size?
This article discusses the philosophy behind the Health at Every Size movement. It also lists the concepts of HAES, and discusses each one.
The Health at Every Size Paradigm and Obesity: Missing Empirical Evidence May Help Push the Reframing Obesity Debate Forward
This article examines our understanding of HAES within the context of public health approaches to obesity, and presents strengths and limitations of the available evidence, as a potential approach to prevention and treatment of obesity and other chronic diseases.
Resilient Fat Goddess (Sarah Thompson)
Sarah Thompson specializes in coaching, consulting, and medical advocacy. She is a consultant and trainer for healthcare and wellness professionals who want to improve their relationships with clients/patients in larger bodies, queer, and trans individuals.
Nalgona Positivity Pride (Gloria Lucas)
Nalgona Positive Pride is a xicana-indigenous body-positive organization that provides intersectional eating disorders education and community-based support for people of color who are struggling with troubled eating and poor body image.
Dancing With ED
Dancing With ED is dedicated to inspire all members of the dance community to love and care for their bodies through eating disorder awareness, outreach, and education.
Center for Discovery (CFD):
CFD provides inpatient and outpatient care for teens and adults struggling with eating disorders, mental health disorders, and substance abuse. Their website provides information about the many different disorders, as well as resources for seeking out help and support.
CFD Residential Centers:
Address: 4421 Carmel Valley Rd, San Diego, CA 92130
Contact: (858) 413-9334
For female adults
Address: 3013 Woodford Dr La Jolla, CA 92037
Contact: (858) 413-9310
For male and female teens and adolescents
CFD Outpatient Center:
Address: 11455 El Camino Real, Ste 360 San Diego, CA 92130
Contact: (858) 413-9287
For male and female all ages
Montecatini has a highly trained team of professionals that use integrative modalities to address the physiological, nutritional, and interpersonal effects of an eating disorder. Clients are able to participate in many evidence-based, clinically grounded activities, including traditional forms of therapies.
Montecatini offers residential, Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) programs as well as co-occurring disorder treatment and a wellness center.
Contact: (844) 232-4547
University of California San Diego (UCSD): Eating Disorders Center for Treatment and Research
UCSD’s Eating Disorders Center is a university-based, non-profit, Center of Excellence that serves as an international leader in research, treatment, and education, aiming to improve the lives of sufferers and their families. Programs offered include inpatient care, residential, partial hospitalization (PHP),intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient care
Eating Disorders Center for Treatment and Research
Address: 4510 Executive Drive, Suite 315 San Diego, CA 92121
Contact: (858) 534-8019
Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-5:30pm
Eating Disorders/Medical Behavioral Unit
Address: Acute Care Pavilion, 4th Floor 3010 Children's Way San Diego, CA 92123
Program Information or General Inquiries (858) 576-1700; ext 5368
Immediate Medical Admissions (858) 576-1700