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April 2019

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Victorian Government to fund EDV’s Peer Mentoring Program for another year

Wednesday 17 April

Eating Disorders Victoria are thrilled to announce that the Minister for Mental Health, Martin Foley MP, has advised that the Victorian Government will fund EDV’s Peer Mentoring Program in 2019/20.

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Telehealth Nurse to be available on Eating Disorders Victoria Helpline

Wednesday 17 April

Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV) have been selected as one of 11 organisations Australia-wide to adapt and test a Telehealth Nurse pilot, known as the Patient Pathways Program.

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Participating in the Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System

Thursday 4 April

Read to find out how to participate in the Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System

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6 new residential centres for eating disorders in Australia

Tuesday 2 April

The federal Minister for Health Greg Hunt this morning announced $70.2 million to establish six residential eating disorder centres across Australia.

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February 2019

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Fast Track to Health Study – a combined response from Australian eating disorder organisations

Wednesday 20 February

There has been significant media attention and subsequent concerns within our community in relation to the Fast Track research trial being undertaken by the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network (The Children’s Hospital at Westmead) and Monash Children’s Hospital in Melbourne.

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January 2019

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EDV Submission on the Royal Commission Terms of Reference

Tuesday 29 January

Read EDV's submission on the Royal Commission Terms of Reference

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December 2018

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Historic Announcement for Eating Disorder Treatment

Monday 10 December

EDV welcome groundbreaking changes to eating disorder treatment in Australia

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Choosing recovery everyday

"If you are just starting on your recovery journey, I want to tell you firstly how proud I am of you for taking those steps, and to not give up entirely if you have slip ups along the way – it is part of the journey, no story of recovery is linear."

Read Georgia's story