We are Anorexia
& Bulimia Care

ABC is a national UK eating disorders organisation with over 25 years of experience. We are passionate about people and recovery.

We provide on-going care, emotional support and practical guidance for anyone affected by eating disorders, those struggling personally and parents,families and friends. ABC works tirelessly to increase awareness and understanding of eating disorders through talks, training and campaigns for change.

In 2016:

We received 15,420 personal enquiries for help.

This a 50.4% increase in personal enquiries since 2015.

59,710 individuals accessed help from our online platforms.

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Parent and Carers On Line Community

Parent and Carers On Line Community

Peer to peer support for you in your caring role. Finding ways forward together

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Get Connected

Get Connected

Connect with us on facebook and Twitter and sign up for our E - news.

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Training

Training

 Equipping teachers, fitness and health professionals to effectively recognise and support people with eating disorders.

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Working In Partnership

Working In Partnership

Working alongside organisations, services and companies to raise awareness and promote better understanding.

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ABC Ambassadors

ABC Ambassadors

Passionate about raising awareness of eating disorders, our team of volunteers support and represent ABC

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ABC NEWS FEED

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https://t.co/jSmD3GR9i4 Thanks Mark Austin asking Jeremy Hunt "Why is treatment such a lottery? Why Commissioners spend ED money elsewhere?

Date Posted 25.08.2017

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Such sad indictment of MH services, and hard for the nursing staff too. NB Agency nurses for understaffed ED units… https://t.co/s5Lmmqpsl7

Date Posted 24.08.2017

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Prince William first time talking publicly about Diana's bulimia will surely increase understanding & help ABC work https://t.co/aTR9624Eue

Date Posted 22.08.2017

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“For me recovery is about being out of your safe zone and feeling proud and liberated, forgetting the former shadow of yourself and re-inventing a new identity.”

Imogen, 25

“I never thought I would cope with my body changing during pregnancy but I’m stronger than I think I am and I’m so proud of what I’ve achieved.”

Kate, 32

“At the age of 57 I consider recovery a turning-point, enabling me to enjoy a full, active life which is no longer dominated by anxieties about food and weight.”

Olwen, 57

“You don’t have to be ready to recover, you just have to not want to spend one more day or one more hour or one more minute living like you are.”

Rachel, 41

“I've come a long way, to me recovery means freedom and being at peace with yourself. As you recover you start to feel real happiness - better than any you can get from starving or losing weight because it is REAL - and it's amazing.”

Maddy, 21

“To me, recovery is the effort each day towards a life where food is not an enemy, simply a nice accompaniment to a full lifestyle.”

Freya, 15