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National Eating Disorders Helpline

Resource Author/Owner/Service Provider

National Eating Disorders Association

Description

In addition to the resources available the National Eating Disorders (NEDA) website, NEDA’s Information and Referral Helpline volunteers are available to help you in assessing options for yourself or a loved one who may be struggling with an eating disorder. Helpline volunteers have extensive training to prepare them to be able to help you find information, treatment and support options.

Websites

Hotlines

  • 1-800-931-2237, Toll Free, Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm and Friday 9 - 5 (Holiday Closures)

Categories

Addictions (Other than Alcohol and Substance Abuse)Eating DisordersExtreme or Inappropriate BehaviorGeneral Support for FamiliesInformation and Referral

Related Terms

anorexiabinge eatingbulimia nervosaneda
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