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Three Ways To Help A Friend With An Eating Disorder

Take our Eating Disorder Assessment Quiz

Our Eating Disorder Assessment Quiz takes just a few minutes. It’s a simple tool that helps you to see whether or not you should be concerned. Take the quiz.

Talk with your friend

Your friend’s health is more important than keeping secrets or shying away from talking to their family. Share your concerns. Be prepared to provide examples of behaviors that alerted you to the problem. And offer the next step—tell your friend to call us at 1-888-364-5977 or show your friend our website to start the journey to healthy living.

Learn more about eating disorders

We invite family and friends to attend our support nights so you can learn how to play an important role in your friend’s recovery.

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