Resources for Eating Disorders

About Eating Disorders

Eating disorders include avoidant or restrictive food intake disorder, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, pica, rumination disorder, and binge-eating disorder. They are often associated with a negative or disturbed body image and can co-occur with other mental health conditions. If you or someone you know struggle with an eating disorder please contact a service below.

Eating Disorders Program/Jewish Family Services

Therapy for various eating disorders that involves psychotherapy, nutrition education, family counseling, and medication management. Linkage with self-help and inpatient programs are also available.

All insurances accepted, sliding scale offered.

12-8 M; 8-4 Tu/W/Th/F

Buffalo Center for Eating Disorders

Offers comprehensive programs for eating disorders than can include individual, family, and group therapy, nutrition education, medical and psychiatric evaluations, and cognitive behavioral therapy all tailored to individual needs.

Contact for Fees/Finance.

M-Th 11:30-6:30, F 11:30-6:00, Open support group Sunday 6-7pm

Overeaters Anonymous WNY Intergroup

Support group that addresses compulsive overeating, anorexia, and bulimia. See website for information regarding meeting locations, times, and topics.

None.

24 hours per day, 7 days a week

Best Self Behavioral Health

Features comprehensive programs open to adults, children, and families that include mental health counseling, substance use disorders, crisis intervention, health monitoring, peer services, case management, and psychiatric rehabilitation. No referral needed, walk-in and same day appointments are available.   

Medicaid, insurances, and sliding scale based on income.

Vary by Location

ECMC Adult, Child, and Family Clinic

Comprehensive care center open to adult, families and children that offers daily mental health assessments, individual and group counseling, medication management, treatment for a wide range of psychiatric disorders, substance use disorders, post-traumatic stress syndrome disorder, and clozaril management.

All insurances accepted, financial assistance offered based on ability to pay.

8-5 M-F