Welcome to MEDA, we’re so glad you reached out.
Take the first step toward recovery today.
Join us at Hope and Inspiration!
MEDA will be hosting a recovered speaker on August 5th, 2017 from 10am - 11am at our office in Newton. We hope you will join us!
Preteen Wellness Group
A new group designed for those ages 9-12 who could benefit from a safe and fun space to explore any issues or questions about life!
We believe in the value, worth, and dignity of all people.
Learn more about who we are.
2017 NEDA Walk Hosted by MEDA
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the 2017 Boston NEDA Walk!
MEDA is the first step toward awareness and healing.
We are the foremost eating disorders nonprofit organization in New England. We provide education about eating disorders and their underlying causes to develop a compassionate community that promotes hopefulness and supports healing. We offer a variety of services to support individuals and families through the various stages of their journey.
THE SOONER THE BETTER
Start the conversation. Change the culture. Educate your community.
MEDA is expanding our Education and Awareness initiative to include an early intervention effort, “The Sooner the Better”, MEDA is offering presentations from a skilled mental health clinician on a range of topics including Body Confidence, Eating Disorders, and Promoting Positive Body Culture in Your Schools and Homes. These presentations are suitable for both large and small groups.
Click here for more information and to schedule a presentation.
Education is Power. Take the steps today to inform your community. The Sooner the Better!
We are proud to have THE VILLAGE BANK as an Education Sponsor and thank them for their support of the “Sooner the Better” program.
My name is Kayla and I am recovered from an eating disorder. Let me say that again: after a struggle that consumed nearly half my life, I have fully recovered from Anorexia.
I must admit that I never thought I would say those words. There were times when I didn’t even really believe in this thing that people called “recovery.” Anxious and toe-tapping I would sit in the back of the room at talks like this one. I stared at the carpet and listened to peoples’ stories. I heard their rhythmic ways of speaking, the soothing voices, the sentences full of courage, of love, of success- but I didn’t believe them.