Useful Links

Useful Links

For those in immediate crisis who need someone to talk to, please contact:

For more useful information and services, have a look at:

  1. Bulimia Help- An online resources that provides interactive tools, advice and support to aid your recovery from Bulimia.
  2. Youth Health Talk- Where young people talk about their experiences of living with, and recovering from, an eating disorder.

  3. Eating Disorders Online- Although this is a website mainly highlighting women living with an eating disorder, there is very good information on it for anyone living with an eating disorder.

  4. Eating Disorders Association (NI)- EDANI (Eating Disorders Association NI) – A group of dedicated volunteers who have either experienced an ED themselves, or cared for a loved one with an ED; they offer friendly advice and support to people living with an eating disorder.

  5. Cared NI (Caring About Recovery from Eating Disorders)- A locally based charity dedicated to providing support and advice to parents and carers who have a loved one suffering from an eating disorder.

  6. Adapt Youth (Eating Distress)- This website aims to give you all the information you need about eating disorders. Call or text youthline on 028 38323 895.

  7. Family Support NI- Provides details of a wide range of services provided by statutory, voluntary and community organisations to support familivides details of a wide range of services provided by statutory, voluntary and community organisations to support families.

  8. Cara-Friend UK- Cara-Friend is an organisation dedicated to supporting, empowering, educating, and offering friendship to everyone in the LGBT community.

  9. Men Get Eating Disorders Too- This charitable organisation seeks to raise awareness of eating disorders in men and to support sufferers, carers and their families.

  10. Aware NI- The only mental health charity in Northern Ireland working exclusively for those with depression and bi-polar disorder.

  11. DACT (Drugs & Alcohol NI)- Services that may help those who had availed of the services of FASA before its unfortunate closure.

  12. Minding Your Head- Providing a wealth of information about looking after your mental health, and the mental health of those around you.

  13. Public Health Agency- Mental Health and Wellbeing Services

  14. Public Health Agency- Drug and Alcohol Services

  15. Mens Health Forum in Ireland (MHFI)- The MHFI is a diverse network of individuals and organisations, men and women, which seeks to identify the key concerns relating to male health and to increase understanding of these issues.

  16. Console: Suicide Prevention and Support- National Organisation supporting people in Suicidal Crisis and those Bereaved by Suicide through Professional Counselling, Support and Helpline Services. For those living in the Republic of Ireland go to Console: Ireland

  17. National Health Service (NHS) Mental Health- Information about mental health and how to preserve it.

  18. Eating Disorders (from the drug rehab site)- Comprehensive information about eating disorders from a US based voluntary organisation, includes US statistics and detailed explanations of all types of ED and how they relate to various sections of the community. Very helpful!

  19. NHS Raising Low Self-Esteem- Information on how to improve our self-esteem.

  20. Young Minds- A leading UK charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

  21. Alcohol Treatment- A compassionate and useful service for help with recovery from alcohol and other addictions.

  22. Insurance With Depression- A great source of information about depression and mental health among both men and women.

  23. Drug Rehab Connections- Great information and support from a group of individuals who want to help those battling addiction by finding them the help they need.

  24. 100 Days of Freedom- An honest, insightful and inspiring blog (and book) by a young man from the USA who has recently recovered from an eating disorder. An amazing source of information for men suffering with an eating disorder and their families.

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