Eating Disorders

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Eating Disorders 

Counseling and Support Groups

Student Health Services: Eating Disorders Team

  • Website: SHS Eating Disorders Team

  • Number: 314-935-6666

  • The Student Health Services eating disorders team includes professionals who have particular experience and interest in this area. The initial appointment is usually with a counselor, then recommendations are given for further treatment options. In addition, SHS hosts support groups on campus for these topics.

  • For information on how to make an appointment at Student Health Services, please reference Student Health Services under Wash U Campus Resources.

National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)

  • Website: NEDA

  • Number: 800-931-2237

  • Helpline available: M-Th 9am-9pm, Friday 9am-5pm 

  • Online chat available

  •  NEDA provides information and referral helpline, support groups, educational materials, toolkits, online screening, and more.

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)

  • Website: ANAD

  • Helpline: 630-577-1330

    • is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Central Time.

  • Email:

  • ANAD services include a helpline, online support forums and information, a referral list, support group information, educational materials, and other services.

Overeaters Anonymous

  • Website: Overeaters Anonymous

  • Number: 505-891-2664 (information and referrals to local chapters)

  • Overeaters Anonymous provides information, referrals, and confidential support groups for people at any degree of disordered eating habits. The programs are based on a 12 step self-help method with sponsors available upon request. Local support groups can be found on the website.

McCallum Place

  • Website: McCallum Place

  • Toll-free numer: 800-828-8158

  • Location: 231 W. Lockwood Ave., Suite 201, St. Louis, MO 

  • McCallum Place is an eating disorder treatment center that uses a combination of psychological, medical and nutritional therapies to help patients. Various levels of care are provided, including an open support group.  The website also includes resources and a referral list.

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