This site provides information on bulimia treatments, including scientific findings and a treatment center database. You will also find tips on how to start a discussion about bulimia with a friend or family member who may have the condition.
Here you will find information on how to help a person with an eating disorder and what treatments are available. There is also a national newsletter, a referral list, and assistance for starting support groups.
603 Stewart Street
Seattle, WA 98101
1-800-931-2237 (Help Line)
This nonprofit organization is dedicated to helping people affected by eating disorders. On the website, you will find educational materials, programs and events, news, and research information. NEDA also provides a toll-free helpline.
1-866-690-7239 (for treatment options)
Something Fishy provides information and news on eating disorders, prevention, treatment, and recovery. Other topics include: cultural issues, personal stories, online support services, information for doctors and patients, and related resources.
Last reviewed May 2014 by Michael Woods, MD
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