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School & Community Resources

WithAll’s “What to Say” campaign

The mission of WithAll’s “What to Say” campaign is to stop diet and weight talk to protect the physical and mental health of kids. Find resources for what to say instead, as well as answers to your everyday questions about supporting kids as they navigate food and body image issues.

NEDA school and community resources

The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) provides an educator toolkit, school resources, and educational brochures that can be downloaded for free.

Be Real curriculum resources

Be Real provides curriculum resources to use with children in classroom settings or after-school groups.

ED 101 Presentation

View this recorded presentation from The Emily Program to learn eating disorder basics.

Informational materials

Download informational materials from The Emily Program. Materials can also be ordered and sent to your school or community center.

Additional resources for educators

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The Truth About 5 Eating Disorder Myths

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Teenagers and Eating Disorders

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Supporting Students: School in Eating Disorder Treatment

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How can Gyms and Coaches Recognize an Eating Disorder?

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Eating Disorders 101

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What is ARFID?

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Physical Effects of Binge Eating Disorder

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Physical Effects of Anorexia

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OSFED: The “Other” Eating Disorder Diagnosis

Get help. Find hope.