Brown University has a variety of resources for students struggling with eating disorders and other mental health concerns.
The Brown University chapter of Project HEAL, a nationwide organization that raises funds to help individuals afford eating disorder treatment, is an active voice for eating disorder awareness and recovery on campus. Contact Allie at [email protected] to find out more today!
Project LETS is a national nonprofit that advocates for peer support services for those with mental health needs. Brown University’s student-run chapter of Project LETS regularly holds peer-facilitated eating disorder support groups and has an active Peer Mental Health Advocates program. Contact the organization’s student leaders at [email protected] for more information.
These peer support programs are intended to supplement professional treatment for those currently grappling with an eating disorder. These resources are available at Brown’s Counseling and Psychological Services and through the B’Well Health Promotion.
Contact this initiative at 401-863-2794, [email protected], or visit the third floor of the Health Services building for more information.
Call 401-863-2794 to speak with the Health Services Nutritionist.
Call the center at 401-863-3476 to make an appointment.
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