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I'm concerned about myself

Admitting that something is wrong can be difficult, but it's an important step in seeking help for an eating disorder. At Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV), we understand and we're here to help. Our recovery guide will provide you with the information and resources you need to understand what you're going through, access treatment, and maintain recovery.

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I'm concerned about someone else

As a loved one, it can be difficult to watch someone you care about struggle with an eating disorder. It's important to remember that eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that require professional support and treatment. At Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV), we provide carers and loved ones with the resources and skills needed to understand eating disorders, navigate the treatment journey and support their loved one.

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I'm a concerned professional

Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that can impact anyone, and it's crucial that we all play a role in providing support to those affected. As a health worker, teacher, sporting coach, youth worker or community professional, it's important to have the knowledge and skills to provide appropriate prevention, early intervention and support in your community. Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV) provides resources and training to help you understand and respond to eating disorders.

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Take the next step towards recovery with support at EDV.

The Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV) team are here to understand your needs and help you take the next steps that are suitable for you. Our range of specialised clinical, peer and education services are free to access for anyone in Victoria and include Telehealth Counselling, Telehealth Nurse guidance, Peer Mentoring, Support Groups and more.

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Not sure where to start? The EDV Hub can help.

The EDV Hub is a great first step for individuals in Victoria who are seeking information and support for eating disorders. Our knowledgeable volunteers are trained to provide personalized assistance, and will help guide you to the best support options available through EDV and beyond. Contact us today through phone, email or webform.

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Are you a carer or loved one? You need support too.

At Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV), we believe that carers and loved ones are integral to the recovery journey and therefore require specialist support services. Our carer services and resources are available to any Victorian who is caring for, or cares about, someone with an eating disorder.

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Community is at the heart of Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV). We welcome anyone in Victoria with lived experience or personal interest in eating disorders to get involved in our cause. Options include volunteering, fundraising, sharing lived experience and more.

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Ramandan and eating disorders

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Ming's story on Candid Conversations

EDV Ambassador Ming shares her story of recovery in the latest episode of Candid Conversations. Ming's decision to claim her story and learn from her recovery experience has helped shape her into the person she is today. In sharing her story, Ming is choosing hope, and she invites you to do the same.

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Social media and your loved one's recovery

Is social media taking over your loved one? Studies have observed links between high levels of social media use and depression or anxiety symptoms as well as poor sleep quality. Find out how you can support health social media use in your loved one's recovery.

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