Eating Disorder Informational Websites

  • Academy for Eating Disorders The Academy for Eating Disorders aims to provide comprehensive information on the facts of eating disorders, treatment plans, and education to prevent others from developing eating disorders. The site also has links to other sites and advertisements for organized conferences.
  • Andrea’s Voice : Andrea’s Voice is dedicated to the prevention, identification, diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders. They do this through expanding public awareness of eating disorders through education. The site has a section for poetry, a blog, media, presentations, and ways you can help.
  • Bulimia.com: Bulimia.com advertises books, DVDs, and videos on eating disorders. It also has a blog, information for men and parents, recent news, and a treatment center directory.
  • Carolina Resource Center for Eating Disorders: Developing and connecting resources to assist and advocate for those impacted by eating disorders. Located in Asheville, NC
  • Dr. Susie : Dr. Susie is a clinical psychologist who hosts a website that provides tools and resources to help her patients deal with their eating disorders. On her site she has information on eating disorders, resources, current news and studies, and letters, poems, and journals written by former patients.
  • Eating Disorders CoalitionEating Disorders Coalition’s goal is to “advance the federal recognition of eating disorders as a public health priority.” The nonprofit organization lists the federal policy on its website, congressional briefings, events, information/resources on eating disorders, and a blog that is routinely updated.
  • Healthy Weight NetworkHealthy Weight Network has a plethora of recent news, weight loss truths and falsehoods, tips for healthy living, problems facing schools with healthy eating options, and information on problems children may face with food.
  • HelpGuide.orgThis nonprofit resource has information on understanding eating disorders, types of eating disorders, warning signs of eating disorders, how to help a person suffering from an eating disorder, various treatments available for those with eating disorders, and how to support your loved one’s recovery.
  • Kristen Watt FoundationThe Kristen Watt Foundation provides support for those suffering with eating disorders. The site has sections for parents, friends, and even coaches. Beyond this, the site has a fairly extensive section on eating disorders, providing information on causes, statistics, symptoms, and much more.
  • MentalHelp.comMentalHelp.com has a great section on eating disorders. Its resources section includes causes, statistics, latest news, videos, and questions and answers.
  • Multi-Service Eating Disorders Association MEDA is a nonprofit organization that works to prevent and treat eating disorders. Their aim is to do this through early detection and increased public awareness. This site has events listed, resources, and a place for individuals to join the organization.
  • National Eating Disorders Screening Program :NEDSP focuses on anorexia nervosa, bulimia, and binge eating disorder. The program hopes to raise public awareness of eating disorders through education. NEDSP works with colleges, the military, youth programs, work places, and government agencies.
  • National Institute of Mental Health :National Institute of Mental Health has information on anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating disorder, the affect eating disorders can have on men, treatment options, and helpful resources and links.