We understand how difficult it can be to live with an eating disorder and understand the importance of finding the right treatment. Working closely with our service users and partners, we’ve compiled a list of organisations and other resources for additional support and guidance whilst in recovery.

For help and support…

The MeeToo App

Happy Space

Eating Disorder Support App

Hub of Hope

Freed

Counselling Directory

ARFID Awareness UK

Harmless

R;pple

F.E.A.S.T

PANS PANDAS UK

StayAlive App

MeeToo make it easy to talk about difficult things.

It’s free, safe and anonymous.

The MeeToo app allows you to talk anonymously about difficult things with other people of a similar age or experience. You can get help and ask questions in confidence or use your experiences to help others. The app is a safe space where all posts and replies are checked before going live and you can even submit art, poetry and stories to support 50,000 young people.

See How It Works
MeeToo helps young people open up about their problems..

…often for the first time. The most frequently discussed topics on MeeToo are friends, relationships, anxiety, school, emotions, family, depression, loneliness, positive support, body, sexuality, self harm, eating disorders and parents.

Helpful Resources

MyoMinds Podcast

Full of Beans Podcast

Hungry for Words

Barefoot Rebel

The Neuroscience of EDs

.Dawn Recovery

Centre for Social Futures

The Compassionate Mind Foundation

Don’t forget the First Steps ED Blog, packed with real stories and advice from our community.

We want to give everyone an opportunity to share stories, introduce unheard voices and discuss important topics around mental health and eating disorders. Grab a cuppa, follow our campaigns and stories and better yet, write for us!

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Our person-centred, service user led approach to mental health…

We are proud to support and offer a platform for individuals who are ready to share their stories and talk about their experiences of recovery. Together we can offer hope to lives affected by eating disorders. If you have something to say, a story to tell or advice to share, you are in the right place.

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Does your organisation or service align with our approach and values? Or maybe you have a resource or support offer which could benefit our service users? If so, we’d love to hear from you!

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