Eating Disorder Support Groups in Raleigh, NC

Carolina House proudly serves people of all genders age 17 and older in North Carolina and South Carolina who are struggling with eating disorders as well as other co-occurring concerns.

Eating Disorder Support Group

Our group is open to all individuals seeking support in developing a healthy relationship with food and their body. We provide a space where people can come and recognize that they do not need to be alone in their struggles, and that others are going through a similar experience. This free support group allows everyone to have a safe, non-judgmental environment to help them in their journey. No registration is necessary.

Every Wednesday 5:30pm – 6:30pm

1340 Sunday Drive, #105 | Raleigh, NC 27607

For more information on this and other free support groups from Carolina House, please contact Jenn Burnell at Jennifer.Burnell@CarolinaEatingDisorders.com

*Please note that support groups will not meet on holidays

Family Support Group for Eating Disorders

This free open support group is available for all family members and loved ones of an individual struggling with an eating disorder. No registration is necessary.

Every Monday 5:30–6:30 PM

1340 Sunday Drive, #105 | Raleigh, NC 27607

For more information, please contact Christina Langan-Heim at
Christina.Lagan-Heim@CarolinaEatingDisorders.com

*Please note that support groups will not meet on holidays

Eating Disorder Support Group Benefits

Carolina House offers a variety of eating disorder support groups so that our clients can achieve the best recovery outcomes possible. Whether you or someone you love is struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, compulsive overeating disorder, orthorexia, or a related concern, the staff at Carolina House can help you find the eating disorder support group that is right for you.

Participating in an eating disorder support group can enrich your recovery journey in so many ways. Clients who take part in a support group can benefit from listening to the diverse perspectives of other attendees and hearing about other people’s struggles with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating disorder, or other eating disorders. This can help clients feel less alone in their own experiences with an eating disorder. Support groups are often safe spaces where participants exchange advice and ask one another questions about how to manage symptoms.

Support groups can also be highly beneficial for the families of those who are struggling with an eating disorder. Watching a loved one suffer from orthorexia, compulsive overeating disorder, anorexia nervosa, or another eating disorder can be distressing, confusing, and overwhelming for family members. Eating disorder support groups designed specifically for family members can help you gain a better understanding of the disorder your loved one is struggling with and learn healthy ways to support them. These groups also give you the opportunity to hear other families’ stories and exchange support and advice with people who are experiencing similar struggles.

Whether you are struggling with an eating disorder or you know someone who is, support groups can be a powerful tool in an individual’s recovery toolkit. At Carolina House, we offer several eating disorder support groups to help our clients build strong communities that empower them in their recovery. If you are interested in joining a support group, please contact Carolina House today. One of our knowledgeable staff members can answer any questions you might have about finding an eating disorder support group that is right for you or your family member.

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I was so happy to finally find treatment that offered me so many options to help meet and address my specific needs. The staff here really does care about each and every person that comes to get help.

– a former resident