Eating Disorder Resources that Work: Part 5Posted on 11/06/12 07:19:am
Eating Disorder Hope(link is external) – EatingDisorderHope.com’s mission is to provide information and resources for patients and families. Since 2005, their philosophy of promotes ending eating disorder behavior and pursuing recovery. Eating Disorder Hope has a very robust social media presence, as well as the following programs in order to assist both people in recovery and families who support those recovering:
Monthly Newsletter - Eating Disorder Hope sends out a monthly newsletter with articles ranging from scientific information about eating disorders studies to inspirational stories of recovery.
College Hope Program - College Hope is a national effort to promote Eating Disorder Awareness and Recovery on college campuses. In order to share ideas between schools and provide easily accessible resources for eating disorder treatment and information, Eating Disorder Hope is gathering resources and counseling center information from different schools to publish for students seeking help.
Article Directory - Eating Disorder Hope has a large group of articles ranging from educational to inspirational which helps patients and families to understand eating disorders and what body image really means to people with an eating disorder.
Events Directory - The eating disorder events and conferences calendar is a unique tool for people who seek real time treatment information to use to find speakers and events about eating disorders. This directory indicates if an event is for the general public or for professionals only.
Rogers Memorial Hospital sponsors Eating Disorder HOPE, contributing the increased awareness ending of eating disorders and collaborating to provide good information resources for individuals with eating disorders and professionals alike.
If you do not feel your child needs treatment right away, but may be concerned, we offer online quizzes to possibly provide some relief. While these quizzes do not provide a diagnosis, it could be the first step in finding the treatment you may need. Take our online Eating Disorder Quiz today.
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