Hope Starts Here.

NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care.

Whether you have been personally affected by an eating disorder or care about someone who has, NEDA’s programs and services are designed to help you find the help and support you need. Recovery is possible and we’re here to support you!

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Choose Your Journey

I’m concerned about my eating.

NEDA’s Eating Disorders Screening Tool, appropriate for ages 13 and up, can help determine if it’s time to seek professional help.

I want to support a loved one.

NEDA’s Grace Holland Cozine Resource Center provides critical knowledge to help support loved ones through their eating disorder recovery journey.

I want to learn.

NEDA’s Grace Holland Cozine Resource Center is the nation’s leading resource hub for eating disorders – connecting folks with a wealth of information and lived experiences.

I’m looking for community.

Through NEDA Walks, we are raising critical funds, restoring hope, and changing the conversation surrounding eating disorders.

  • Campus Warriors - Represent NEDA at your school! click to learn more.
  • The Body Project is a group-based intervention that provides a forum for high school girls and college aged women to confront unrealistic appearance ideals. Click to learn more.
  • Please click to learn about NEDA Walks. NEDA Walks are the central events that unite us in local communities against eating disorders. We come together to promote awareness, healing, and support. NEDA Walks also raise critical funds for education, prevention, and research.
  • Please click to learn about Body Acceptance Week. Promoting body acceptance including body positivity, body neutrality and body liberation for all.
  • Please click to view NEDA's featured videos and explore NEDA's YouTube Channel

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The Hard Thing

“Pageant Face” is a phenomenon that many people don’t quite understand. It is what I would call the art of smiling through anything. From the outside looking in, a pageant girl seems like she has it all together. Flawless hair &…
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Going Back to School for Athletes

Pressure  Going back to school can be very difficult for student-athletes surrounded by the heightened pressure. We feel as if there is some hierarchical standard attached to our identity along with our physical appearance. We are constantly…
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The Body Project, Help Prevent Eating Disorders in Your Community

2019 was an important year for me! It marked my 10th year in recovery from an eating disorder, and it was the year that I discovered the Body Project. At that time, I was in my 8th year as a high school counselor. Over the years, I have worked…

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