The Emily Program Foundation

We hope to see you at our upcoming events! To learn more about what is happening with the Emily Program Foundation, check out our Events page here.

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Please join us for an evening of fun while advancing the fight against eating disorders at our 4th Annual unmaskED gala. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets TODAY.

The Emily Program Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit on a mission to save lives, change minds, and work to eliminate eating disorders. The Foundation seeks to change the conversation about eating disorders and body image issues by increasing understanding through our community education programs, advocating for access to care, providing resources and support for friends and families who are personally impacted by eating disorders, and awarding financial assistance to those seeking intensive treatment for an eating disorder.

Together we can make a difference.

 

It is with great excitement that we celebrate the official signing of the 21st Century Cures Act into law by United States President, Barack Obama. Embedded in this bill is language from The Anna Westin ActSee the official press release here and in the words of Kitty Westin, No longer will families have to suffer the death of a child because they couldn’t access quality care. We are honored to share this moment in history where Congress officially has legislation designed to help people with eating disorders. Please visit our webpage here for more information about Anna Westin and the Anna Westin Act.

Kitty Westin greets President Obama at the signing of the 21st Century Cures Act. December 13, 2016.

Thank You for Making a Difference

 

 

Every 62 minutes, someone dies as a direct result of suffering from an eating disorder. Sadly, only 1 in 10 men and women with eating disorders receives treatment, and most medical doctors receive little to no training on eating disorders.

Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness. And while more prevalent than breast cancer or Alzheimer’s, eating disorders receive surprisingly few resources for research and prevention.

But you can make a difference in the lives of people struggling from eating disorders.dn

Your gift will support education, outreach, and grassroots advocacy. In classrooms and communities, with school children and college students, with parents and teachers, your tax-deductible donation will help in the fight against eating disorders.

With your support, together we can save lives, change minds, and work to eliminate eating disorders.