National Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2017

When:
February 26, 2017 – March 4, 2017 all-day
2017-02-26T00:00:00-08:00
2017-03-05T00:00:00-08:00
Cost:
Free
Contact:
National Eating Disorders Association
1-800-931-2237

From the NEDAwareness Week website:

“Spearheaded by the National Eating Disorders Association, the goal of National Eating Disorders Awareness (#NEDAwareness) Week is to shine the spotlight on eating disorders and put life-saving resources into the hands of those in need. This year’s theme is It’s Time to Talk About It and we’re encouraging everyone to get screened.

It’s time we take eating disorders seriously as public health concerns. It’s time we bust the myths and get the facts. It’s time to celebrate recovery and the heroes who make it possible. It’s time to take action and fight for change. It’s time to shatter the stigma and increase access to care. It’s Time to Talk About It!”

“Here’s how you can get involved:

Register Your Organization as an Official Partner

Schools, nonprofits, companies, media outlets, treatment centers, and more are all encouraged to join us as NEDAwareness Week Partners to help raise awareness. You can follow this link to learn more and register.

Join the Conversation on Social Media!

We have sample messages, shareable graphics, videos (and much more to come!) to make it easy for you to support NEDAwareness Week on social media. Be sure to use the #NEDAwareness hashtag and share the online screening!

Volunteer as a Landmark Photographer!

This #NEDAwareness Week, 47 iconic landmarks in cities across the country will once again be lit in our signature blue and green colors. If you would like to volunteer to attend a lighting and take a photograph, please fill out this quick survey.

Promote Your Public Event

Planning a NEDAwareness event in your area? Register your event to be listed in our searchable database on the NEDA website.

P.S. Stay tuned for more updates and ways to get involved. With your support, we can make sure that help is available and recovery is possible for everyone!”

To learn more about NEDAwareness Week, visit the event website here.