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Anorexia and bulimia : Getting help

If you need help with eating disorders, for example anorexia and bulimia, the following support groups and web sites may be of assistance: 


Anorexia Carers


Designed for people who are carers, providing eating disorder therapy for sufferers.

Anorexia and Bulimia Care


We believe that there is an answer to anorexia, bulimia and compulsive eating and offer, from a Christian perspective, encouragement and support for the whole family to help make full recovery possible

Cornwall Eating Disorders Association (CEDA)


CEDA exists for both people with an eating disorder and their family, friends, carers and professionals alike, and runs separate monthly local support groups in Redruth, Bodmin and .

Eating Disorders Association


EDA operates a telephone Helpline for people with an eating disorder, their family, friends, and professionals, along with a Youthline that offers information, help and support for young people aged 18 years and under.

Obsessive Eaters Anonymous


Obsessive Eaters Anonymous is a new fellowship, started in in 1999. We are people who are recovering from an obsession with weight size or eating. We use the Twelve Step  programme of recovery begun by Alcoholics Anonymous.

Scottish Eating Disorder Interest Group


Membership of SEDIG is open to anyone with an interest, with an emphasis on a mix of professional and self-help participation.

Somerset and Wessex Eating Disorders Association


Based at Street in Somerset, with the aim of serving those in Somerset and the surrounding counties - whether they are an eating disorder sufferer themselves, someone providing eating disorder therapy for, or supporting a sufferer or anyone in any way affected.