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Join a Support Group

Having a strong support structure around you is the most effective and important piece of the recovery journey! A support group’s aim is to create a community, a safe space, for anyone with disordered eating concerns, or their loved ones to share their problems and connect with others who share similar concerns.

Support groups aren’t a replacement for individual therapy, but can be a very helpful and good low-cost supplement to therapy. Each individual wanting to partake in a support group is required to fill a consent form, agreeing to group guidelines, before being inducted. Each support group is moderated by a Freed-certified professionals or trained volunteers and provides the flexibility to remain anonymous.

Check out our calendar of support groups and reach out to us at info@imfreed.org with the one you’d like to join!

Join a Support Group

What will you get by joining this support group?

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At Freed, our aim is to bridge this gap and provide a safe stigma-free environment, a support structure, for people for prevention, cure, education and intervention.

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At Freed, our aim is to bridge this gap and provide a safe stigma-free environment, a support structure, for people for prevention, cure, education and intervention.

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At Freed, our aim is to bridge this gap and provide a safe stigma-free environment, a support structure, for people for prevention, cure, education and intervention.

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At Freed, our aim is to bridge this gap and provide a safe stigma-free environment, a support structure, for people for prevention, cure, education and intervention.

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At Freed, our aim is to bridge this gap and provide a safe stigma-free environment, a support structure, for people for prevention, cure, education and intervention.

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At Freed, our aim is to bridge this gap and provide a safe stigma-free environment, a support structure, for people for prevention, cure, education and intervention.

Members of our Support Group say...

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to encourage us to start talking about our own struggles.