Beat

Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. We began life in 1989 as the first national charity for people with eating disorders because of a merger of two local charities. Called the Eating Disorders Association, we have grown and developed over time to become Beat.

We are a champion, guide and friend to anyone affected by eating disorders, giving individuals experiencing an eating disorder and their loved ones a place where they feel listened to, supported and empowered.

Last updated 17/09/2018



Contact information

0300 123 3355
info@beateatingdisorders.org.uk
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Services


  • Beat provides helplines for young people offering support and information about eating disorders. These helplines are free to call from all phon...

       
    • 0808 801 0711
    • Website
    • Service Areas
    • This service is under the category: Eating Disorders, Conditions, Health & Social Care Services, Support Network, Helplines, Mental Health


    United Kingdom

  • Beat provides helplines for adults offering support and information about eating disorders. These helplines are free to call from all phones.

       
    • 0808 801 0677
    • Website
    • Service Areas
    • This service is under the category: Eating Disorders, Conditions, Health & Social Care Services, Support Network, Helplines, Mental Health


    United Kingdom

  • Want to talk to someone who understands your experiences? We'll pair you with a Beat-trained volunteer befriender who has recovered from th...

    • Website
    • Service Areas
    • This service is under the category: Eating Disorders, Conditions, Health & Social Care Services, Support Network, Befriending, Mental Health


    Scotland

  • Beat provides helplines for students offering support and information about eating disorders. These helplines are free to call from all phones.<...

       
    • 0808 801 0811
    • Website
    • Service Areas
    • This service is under the category: Eating Disorders, Conditions, Health & Social Care Services, Support Network, Helplines, Mental Health


    United Kingdom