Beat are planning a sponsored walk along Norwich’s riverside to raise funds for its essential helplines and online support services.
Sainsbury’s Pound Lane has announced that Beat will receive a year’s worth of fundraising and awareness support.
Referee Nigel Owens presents BBC Panorama documentary highlighting the issue of eating disorders among men and boys.
We’re delighted to announce that Beat’s Youthline has been approved as a full member of Child Helpline International!
To the Bone is a Netflix originals film released on 14 July 2017. It follows the story of the main character, Ellen, who is 20 & diagnosed with anorexia.
Beat will receive £2,000 from Assura plc, based in Warrington, to improve health for people via the telephone and online support services.
Today, NICE published a revised guideline covering the assessment, treatment, monitoring & inpatient care for those with eating disorders.
Read our statement here. If you have watched the film and have been affected by the story line or themes, remember our support services are available.
Beat are calling for the access and waiting times standards for children and young people with eating disorders to be upheld in the next Parliament.
Three out of ten eating disorder sufferers do not receive a referral from their GP to a mental health service for treatment, despite medical guidance that stresses the need for immediate referral.
This week, Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity, has launched a brand new 365 day a year Helpline for anyone affected by an eating disorder.
Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity, welcomes the Prime Minister’s speech today about mental health.