About Eating Disorders
Eating disorders impact millions of men and women each year. At The Recovery Project, we encourage survivors by affirming and supporting their recovery. We are not licensed professionals and cannot provide any psychiatric, nutritional, or medical advice. We encourage our recipients to seek formal treatment to aid their recovery.
Our team applauds organizations who advocate for education, awareness and prevention. If you are seeking treatment for your eating disorder, the following organizations can point you in the direction you are looking for:
The National Eating Disorders Association is dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and is the leading non-profit organization advocating for education, awareness and prevention, access to quality treatment and expanded research for eating disorders.
Project HEAL continually seeks new knowledge and understanding of eating disorder recovery from both leading experts in academic research and the first-hand experience of their network of 100,000+ people across 40 chapters worldwide. Project HEAL chapters—local networks of committed volunteers—drive and adapt our programs to suit the unique needs of their communities.
Eating Disorder Hope’s mission is to offer hope, information, and resources to individual eating disorder sufferers, their family members, and treatment providers. The organization began with the help and advice of colleagues, professors, and other organizations specializing in eating disorders. EDH was founded in January 2005.