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Eating Disorder Hope Online Conference Sponsors

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
FOR A SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE

Without these wonderful sponsors, Eating Disorder Hope’s Inaugural Online Conference “Virtual Hope for Eating Disorder Recovery” would not be possible.


MEDA LogoWe are the foremost eating disorders non-profit organization in New England. We provide education about eating disorders and their underlying causes to develop a compassionate community that promotes hopefulness and supports healing. We offer a variety of services to support individuals and families through the various stages of their journey. MEDA is the first step toward awareness and healing.


Project Heal LogoProject HEAL is a non-profit organization that fundraises to provide grants to individuals who cannot otherwise afford eating disorder treatment. Founded by Kristina Saffran and Liana Rosenman in 2008, who first met as teenagers in treatment for anorexia nervosa, the two girls helped each other to reach full recovery and decided to help others achieve it as well. Project HEAL also works to raise awareness about eating disorders and promote recovery.


The Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy & Action (EDC) is a Washington, D.C.- based, federal advocacy organization comprised of treatment providers, advocacy organizations and entities, parents of children with eating disorders, and people experiencing eating disorders nationwide. The mission of the EDC is to advance the recognition of eating disorders as a public health priority throughout the United States. Additional information can be found at www.eatingdisorderscoalition.org. The EDC brings advocates together twice a year for Advocacy Days to educate Members of Congress and their staff about eating disorders and to push for our policy goals. At EDC Advocacy Days, advocates meet in teams with elected officials and their staff to ask for their support of policies that will improve the lives of people with eating disorders.


The Center - A Place of HopeFor over 30 years, The Center • A Place of HOPE has been helping people change their lives for good. Our treatment programs are unique and life-changing. We look at the “whole you,” not just the parts you want us to see. We dig deeper and get to know you personally, walking alongside you with customized whole-person care and treatment plans aimed at healing you emotionally, physically and spiritually.


Remuda Ranch At The Medows LogoRemuda Ranch provides inpatient and residential treatment for women, adolescents and children struggling with anorexia, bulimia, OCD and related issues. Our programs are designed to eliminate eating disordered behaviors, regain patient health, and get every individual on the road to recovery. For over 25 years, Remuda Ranch at The Meadows has provided individualized treatment for eating disorders and dual diagnosis conditions affecting young girls and women.


Rogers Behavioral Health LogoOffering experienced, comprehensive behavioral healthcare for more than a century, Rogers Behavioral Health provides inpatient, residential and specialized outpatient treatment options for children, teens and adults in Wisconsin, Florida, Tennessee, Illinois, and coming to Minnesota. Providing individualized treatment plans, our experienced, multidisciplinary professionals treat anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating disorders, other eating disorders and co-occurring conditions. Our eating disorder team uses cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), emphasizing exposure and response prevention (ERP), to help patients reduce symptoms, make gradual change and find a path to resilience.


Addiction Hope promotes ending addictive behavior, developing healthier coping skills and living a value-driven life of health and well-being. We encourage establishing life enhancing habits to replace former self-destructive behaviors. Addiction Hope believes that recovery is possible for those willing to engage in the profound physical, emotional and spiritual work necessary to give up the addiction and forge a new way of being in the world that embraces health, authenticity, and wholeness.

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