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Find out more about the impact Beat has had over the last year from transforming our support services to changing government policy.
On average there's a three-and-a-half year gap between symptoms developing and treatment starting.
We’re calling on the Government to ensure people of all ages are able to access eating disorder treatment as soon as they need it.
It’s vital that people with eating disorders get treatment as quickly as possible to have the best chance of a full and long-lasting recovery. However, in Wales & Scotland there are often delays in spotting the signs and receiving a diagnosis, as well as long waiting lists for treatment.
Boys, girls, men and women from all backgrounds and ethnic groups can be affected by eating disorders.
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Realising that you or someone you know might have an eating disorder can be frightening. But eating disorders, while serious, are treatable, and it is very possible to make a full and sustained recovery.
Search HelpFinder, Beat's directory of eating disorder services. Listings include NHS centres, counsellors, therapists, private clinics & support groups near you.
Beat Champions are our community of regular givers and provide us with essential funds to allow us to carry out our work.
Chat with other recoverees and carers in one of Beat's chat rooms. Sessions involve a mix of themed discussion and general conversation.