It can be tough to admit that something is wrong. If you’re concerned that you may be experiencing an eating disorder, you’ve come to the right place. Our recovery guide will help you understand what you're going through and the steps you need to take to seek help, access treatment and maintain recovery.
If you are concerned about a loved one, such as a child, partner, sibling or friend, it's important not to watch and wait. Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that require support and treatment. Find out how you can best support someone you are concerned about.
We all have a role to play to support people impacted by eating disorders. If you are a health professional or community professional such as a teacher, sporting coach or youth worker, it's important to have the information and skills for appropriate prevention, intervention and support in your community.
The EDV Hub is a confidential place to seek information and support. Our trained volunteers can guide you to appropriate support options within EDV and externally. Get in touch via phone, email or webform.Contact the Hub
Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses. While there is no single cause for eating disorders, they are treatable and full recovery is possible for everyone. Find out about the different types of eating disorders and the warning signs to look out for.Learn more
Find workshops, webinars and stories of hope through our range of informational and psychoeducational courses on our LearnED site. Designed for those currently going through treatment, on the path to recovery, carers and loved ones.Visit LearnED
We hold regular online and in-person support groups and informational events for people in recovery, carers and community members. Find out what's coming up in our events calendar.Learn more