The work of SupportED – The Community Eating Disorder Charity does not happen without the generosity of our partners and the general public. Thank you. If you would like to contribute to our work, you can donate via Golden Giving

If you or someone you care for has an eating disorder, we can help. Our trained and experienced volunteers facilitate peer support groups and one to one befriending.

How can we help?
We are looking for group facilitators in Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow and online. You can read more about the role and how to apply here.

Our Eating Disorder Charity is here to help you or someone you know who has an eating disorder such as anorexia, bulimia or binge eating. 

How can we help?

GET HELP

Join a Support Group or make use of our Befriending service

Our support groups and 1 to1 Befriending Service are confidential and friendly. Join up today.

How to seek help

GET INFORMED

Access our knowledge and resources database

There are a lot of misconceptions about eating disorders out there. We provide reliable information and links to trusted partners

EXPLORE OUR RESOURCES

GET INVOLVED

Volunteer, fundraise and share our story

Our charity could not work without our wonderful volunteers. Have a look at how you can get involved and provide support.

HELP US HELP OTHERS

GET HELP

Sign up for a group support meeting or access our Befriending Service

Our Support groups and 1 to 1 Befriending service are confidential and friendly

How to seek help

GET INFORMED

Access our knowledge and resources database

There are a lot of misconceptions about eating disorders out there. Find out the truth for yourself.

EXPLORE OUR RESOURCES

GET INVOLVED

Volunteer, fundraise and share our story

Our charity could not work without our wonderful volunteers. Have a look at how you can get involved and provide support.

HELP US HELP OTHERS
COVID-19

Coronavirus and Eating Disorders

All of us are worried about Coronavirus (Covid-19) and its impact on us and those we love.  We are still here to support you and make sure that everyone in Scotland affected by an eating disorder gets support and respect in the heart of their community. Here is a useful guide supplied by two of our fellow eating disorder organisations.

Coronavirus and Eating Disorders Guide