AEDRA is a registered not-for-profit organization that provides peer and community-based support, services and resources for adults in active recovery from restrictive eating disorders such as Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and EDNOS.
We believe that all individuals can make a full recovery and that every adult has the right to personalised, effective and realistic support options.
♦Text support ♦ Video support ♦ Meal support ♦ Post-meal support ♦ Community support ♦
Recovery resources ♦ Partner resources ♦
No-judgement real-time support when you need it. You don't even have to tell us why. We are here for you.
New: "Eat Your Way to Recovery" Wristbands!
A fun way to remind yourself that you need to eat your way into recovery from restrictive eating disorders such as Anorexia Nervosa. These wristbands have been designed by adults in recovery for our recovery community. You can wear them if you are fully recovered, or even if you don't have an eating disorder but want to show support. Wearing a Eat Your Way to Recovery Wristband is a statment of no more shame around eating disorders.
You can buy your wristband here.
All profits are donated towards AEDRA Online Meal Support to buy a meal support session for a person in need
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Unlimited Text Messaging Support!
$30 per week for unlimited messaging
Ideal for people anywhere in the world who want to know that they can reach out and get support via online messaging.
If you are interested in this option please enquire here:
"Don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today"
Getting Started with AEDRA
If you want to learn more and see if meal or text support is a good fit for you, please fill out the form by clicking on this button:
Or just go ahead and book online
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Active Recovery Means ...
Weight restoration to the point that the body has not only the resources sufficient for functioning, but the additional resources that it needs in order to fully recover.
Ceasing of eating disorder behaviors such as compulsive exercise, binge/purge eating, and food rituals.
Reduction and management of eating-disorder thoughts in the brain and food-related anxiety.
Re-engagement of interests outside of food and eating.
Ability to live a full life without the shadow of an eating disorder.
Join our community of adults in active recovery today!