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Killing Ourselves to Be Thin: An Eating Disorder Infographic

Eating Disorder Awareness Week is February 2-8, 2014. At Bellwood Health Services, bringing awareness about Addiction and Eating Disorders is part of our mandate. Thousands of women and men suffer from this deadly mental health illness with little or no support.

So much pressure is being placed by the media, friends, work, or sometimes family to look a certain way. For some, developing an eating disorder can be a way of dealing with the daily pressures of life. Men and women are getting caught in a cycle of weight gain and dieting to the point of self destruction.

To add to the plate, there is so much stigma being faced by these individuals, that it’s no wonder that instead of seeking help to get well, they begin to turn to drugs, sex or alcohol to cope with the uncontrollable in their lives.

At Bellwood, we have an eating disorder and addiction treatment program to help individuals struggling with an eating disorder and addiction for women and men 19 years and older.

Help Bellwood bring awareness about bulimia, anorexia, binge eating and overeating by sharing this post.

Here is a mind-boggling INFOGRAPHIC developed by Rader Programs, a treatment facility in US.

An Important Update About the Omicron Variant

We are open and accepting patients. 

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been dedicated to keeping our patients safe as they recover from addiction or mental health disorders.

As the situation continues to evolve, as do our protocols and practices at each EHN Canada facility. And recent news of the highly-infectious Omicron Variant is no different. Please know that we continue to implement the highest standards of infection prevention in accordance with our local health authority.

If you have any questions about your or a loved one’s care and the protocols we have in place for staff, patients, and visitors, please contact us at 416-644-6345 or email at [email protected] 

Thank you and stay safe,
The Healthcare Team at EHN Canada