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    B-Eat - Beating Eating Disorders

    B-Eat is the national charity for eating disorders.  Anyone can develop an eating disorder although young women are most likely to develop an eating disorder between ages 12-20. Children as young as 7 can develop anorexia. Trying to cope with an eating problem or disorder on…
    Telephone 0808 8010677 Adult Helpline (over 18) Telephone 0808 8010711 Youthline (under 18)

    Live Well, Be Well - YMCA Inclusive Lives

    This service is part of the Local Offer
    Live Well Be Well This class encourages people to think about the food they eat, and the way they keep fit. There is nutritional advice to get you thinking about what you’re putting in your shopping basket, such as how to check food labels, understanding the…

    Priory Arthur House - Eating Disorder Service in Wimbledon

    Arthur House is an eating disorder service, based in Wimbledon, South West London, providing an alternative to traditional eating disorder treatment in a hospital. We provide help for those stepping down from a more intensive hospital stay, or those addressing challenges not yet reached a…

    Supportline (Confidential Emotional Support)

    Offers confidential emotional support to children, young adults and adults by telephone, email and post. SupportLine can deal with a wide range of issues such as relationships, child abuse, anger, bullying, eating disorders, exam stress, self harm, domestic violence, rape and sexual assault, terminal illness,…
    Telephone 01708 765200 helpline (hours vary)

    Youth Empowerment Skills (YES)

    This service is part of the Local Offer
    The Youth Empowerment Skills programme helps young people (age 14-19) with Type 1 diabetes become more confident in managing their diabetes and acts as a peer support environment as they meet other young adults living with their condition. The Youth Empowerment Skills (YES) programme combines social…
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