No one should face an Eating Disorder alone.

The Eating Disorder Support Network of Alberta is here to help.
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EDSNA offers professionally-facilitated support groups to people over the age of 18. Groups serve those affected by eating disorders/disordered eating, and caregivers (parents, partners, and loved ones). We also maintain lists of resources, public- and private-healthcare providers, and other tools that might be helpful as you navigate -or help someone navigate- eating disorder recovery.

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We have compiled resources for parents/loved ones, healthcare professionals, educators and fitness professionals. We also have links to books, videos and trusted websites.

& Support Groups

Providing facilitated support groups to individuals and family members dealing with eating disorders is a key objective for EDSNA.


Eating disorders are serious mental health conditions that can have life threatening consequences. We have information on both public- and private-care treatment options in Alberta to assist you find the help you need.

Community Events

Many other organizations, groups, and individuals offer support to the eating disorder community. Have a look at what else is happening in Alberta.

Facts & Stats

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and learn more about assessment and diagnosis

& Contact Info

Learn more about EDSNA, meet the team,
and get in touch!

EDSNA serves all of Alberta,

but operations are based in Edmonton.

EDSNA is located on the territories of Treaty 6,
and Metis Nation Treaty 4.

EDSNA respects the histories, languages, and cultures of First Nations, Metis, Inuit, and all First Peoples of Canada, whose presence continues to enrich Amisk (Alberta), and our home city, Amiskwaciy-wâskahikan or Beaver Hill House (Edmonton).

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PO Box 681, Edmonton, AB, T5J 2K8

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