Off The Record

Off The Record offer a variety of ways to help support yourself with your own mental health in Croydon, Merton and Sutton.

You can make contact through their message boards or live chat app.

There are also drop in sessions in those locations.

 

MGEDT (Men Get Eating Disorders Too)

MGEDT is an award winning charity run by men for  men who have experienced an eating disorder. They support men in the UK via support groups and their online support network.

Eating Disorder Expert

Lots of practical advice and information for families in the UK to help understand eating disorders including Bulimia, Pica, Anorexia etc..

They have lots of FAQ’s and a “Ask The Expert” section where you can get some more in depth advice.

 

 

Eating Disorders Support

Eating Disorders Support’s aim is to gather together as much information about the various different types of eating disorders, related problems and treatment options and present the information in a way that people can access easily. In that way, sufferers or carers looking for information will be able to find everything they are looking for in one place.

Eating Disorder Expert

The Eating Disorder Expert gives extensive information on the signs, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating. They also have a very good article about advice for parents.

Rethink

Rethink will guide you to Mental Health Support Services in the UK or information through their helpline (restricted hours) or online information service. They have lots of useful guides about how to maintain good Mental health and who to ask for support when you need it.

BEAT

BEAT provide a variety of eating disorders support services through helplines and message boards as well as factsheets and advice about all kinds of eating disorders.

Childline

Childline helps anyone under 19 in the UK with any Mental Health issues. You can talk to the confidential team through a free helpline or by their online 1-2-1 counsellor chat. You can speak to them in English or Welsh and there is someone available day or night.