Websites for information
National Eating Disorders Collaboration. The NEDC is the national authority for evidence based information about eating disorders, include current research, treatment options and resources.
Butterfly Foundation for Eating Disorders. Information, education and support for all those affected by an eating disorder, including people with the illness, family or friends.
Eating Disorders Victoria. Provides information, support, community education, workshops and advocacy for people with eating disorders.
Websites for young people
National Eating Disorder Collaboration. Information about eating disorders and body image issues, as well as support and recovery.
Headspace. Information and help about lots of different issues affecting a young person’s wellbeing, including mental health, physical health, work or study, and alcohol or drug related issues.
Youth Beyond Blue. Information and support about a wide range of mental health issues, as well as personal stories.
Reach out. Provides practical tools and support to help young people get through everything from everyday issues to tough times.
Smiling Mind. Modern meditation for young people. Smiling mind is a web and app-based tool that can help young people develop a sense of calm, clarity and contentment.
Websites for parents and carers
Maudsley Parents. A website developed by parents who helped their children recover from an eating disorder with family-based treatment. They offer hope and help to other families confronting eating disorders.
F.E.A.S.T. Families Empowered & Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders. An international organisation consisting of caregivers of a loved one with an eating disorder. Providing mutual support, education and information.
Around the Dinner Table. An online forum supporting parents and caregivers of a loved one with an eating disorder.
Raising Children. Information for parents about a wide range of issues for young people, including development, behaviour, relationships and communicating.