Eating Disorder Resources

Hynes Recovery Services

Hynes Recovery Services offers students the opportunity to be fully supported in their recovery from an eating disorder. We are equipped to handle students in both the early stages of an eating disorder, as well as those that may have been living with the devastating effects of this illness for some time. Students and their families will receive not only information and education regarding all aspects of a loved one’s eating disorder, they will also have the opportunity to be connected to the top eating disorder experts in their geographical area. Oftentimes, students may be seeing treatment providers on a regular basis, but still need additional support. Hynes Recovery Services offer important additional supports crucial to one’s continued recovery, such as care coordination, transitional support following a discharge from inpatient or residential facilities, as well as support for students during the transitional period from high school to college.

National Eating Disorders Association

If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder, The National Eating Disorder Association can help.

Call the NEDAY toll free, confidential Helpline at 1-800-931-2237
Click to chat with a NEDA Helpline volunteer
For crisis situations, text “NEDA” to 741741 to be connected with a trained volunteer at Crisis Text Line

Connect with Treatment Providers, Support Groups, & Research Studies
Do you or a loved one need treatment for an eating disorder? Are you trying to seek out a support group as a first step or to maintain your recovery? NEDA maintains a database of treatment options and support groups that could meet your needs.

MEDA – Multi Service Eating Disorders Association

MEDA maintains a network of eating disorder specialists consisting of national treatment facilities and regional treatment providers. MEDA partners with these individuals and facilities to provide a wide variety of services and the best care possible to its clients. Please use our listing to find a provider near you. For more information please call MEDA or email one of MEDA’s clinicians, Jaime Hyde or Rachel Benson Monroe

View list of MEDA’s Treatment Providers
*This list is organized by office location; we encourage you to browse multiple towns in your surrounding area. The information listed is the most current according to information given by the providers. We recommend consulting with a MEDA clinician before seeking treatment.