National Eating Disorder Information Centre

Record #: CMH0018
Last Modified: 04 Jan 2021
Last Full Update: 23 May 2019

Description & Services

Alternate Name NEDIC
Description Provides information and resources on eating disorders and weight preoccupation.  
Literature on eating disorders (pamphlets, manuals, newsletters) 
Nation-wide listing of treatment services and resources 
Information on support groups for living with and affected by eating disorders 
Lectures and workshops for schools, community groups, professionals, etc 
Prevention and awareness campaigns 
Training in volunteer work and support services 
Helpline to offer support, information, treatment options, etc. 
Also check - NEDIC's interactive online program for girls on body-image & self-esteem.
Hours Mon - Thu 9:00am - 9:00pm 
Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm
Dates All year (except Christmas)
Areas Served Canada ; Ontario ; Peel Region
Eligibility All ages
Fees None
Languages English

Contact Information

Address & Map
John David Eaton
200 Elizabeth St, ES 7-421
Toronto, ON M5G 2C4
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Intersection College St and Elizabeth St
Transit Information College station (on the Yonge Line) streetcar westbound to Elizabeth Street, walk south, three minutes. Streetcar: For the Elizabeth Street entrance, exit the College Streetcar at Elizabeth Street, walk south one block on the right (West) side of the
Office Phone 416-340-4156
Fax 416-340-4736
Toll Free Phone 1-866-633-4220
Primary Executive Suzanne Phillips, Program Manager
Alternate Executive Rekha Wijayaratna, Development Officer

Other Details

Print Material Newsletter - The Bulletin; Manuals, including: Introduction to Food and Weight Problems; Understanding and Overcoming an Eating Disorder; Eating Disorders: An Overview
Established 1985
Funding Provincial - Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care
Service Level (50) Non Profit

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