If you know someone who may be struggling with an eating disorder,
they need professional help. Period.
Fortunately, there are great resources all over the web, providing answers to difficult questions, ways to approach an individual about the illness, links to support groups, treatment centers, and general information about eating disorders. Knowledge is power, and we want YOU to be informed. You are not alone in this struggle.
Adolescent Eating Disorder Recovery Program at Huron Oaks www.stjoeshealth.org/eatingdisorders
Avolon Hills www.avalonhills.org
Center for Change www.centerforchange.com
Center for Discovery www.centerfordiscoverychicago.com
Center for Eating Disorders www.center4ed.org
Comprehensive Treatment for Eating Disorders (CTED) www.eatingdisordersmichigan.com
Eating Recovery Center www.eatingrecoverycenter.com
Inner Door Center www.innerdoorcenter.com
Magnolia Creek www.magnolia-creek.com
McCallum Place www.mccallumplace.com
Mercy Ministries www.mercyministries.org
Oliver Pyatt Centers www.oliverpyattcenters.com
Remuda Ranch www.remudaranch.com
Rogers Memorial Hospital Eating Disorders Services (WI) www.rogershospital.org
Rosewood Ranch www.rosewoodranch.com
Selah House www.selahhouse.net
The Emily Program www.emilyprogram.com
The Renfrew Center www.renfrewcenter.com
Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center www.timberlineknolls.com
U-M Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program www.psych.med.umich.edu
Wilkins Center www.wilkinscenter.com
TRANSITIONAL LIVING FACILITIES FOR ADULT WOMEN
Cambridge Eating Disorder Center www.eatingdisordercenter.org
Northfield Ministries www.northfieldministries.org
Rain Rock Treatment Center Oregon www.rainrock.org
Thalia House www.thaliahouse.com
Walden Living www.waldenliving.com
Please keep in mind that this is not an exhaustive list of resources, just something to get you started. If you or a loved one is struggling with a distorted view of their body, themselves, or their relationship with food and weight, the links above are a good start. No online resource however, can replace good professional help. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to a treatment provider near you for assistance — it’s as easy as picking up the phone and asking your doctor or family physician for some recommendations.
The Kirsten Haglund Foundation does not promote or endorse the treatment centers listed above.