Resources

Are you or is someone you know struggling with an eating disorder?

Here are some resources that may help.

Emergency Crisis Lines

  • UNC Crisis Service (walk-in clinic): 1st floor of the UNC Neurosciences Hospital
    • Monday-Friday, 8am to 3pm
    • (919) 966-2166
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Call 911, or go to your nearest emergency room

Eating Disorder Resources

Resources in the Chapel Hill/Durham/Raleigh Area

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders Program: The UNC program treats eating disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. They offer inpatient, partial hospitalization, and outpatient services.
  • UNC Department of Psychology Community Clinic: The UNC Department of Psychology Community Clinic is available to individuals throughout the community, not just UNC students, faculty, and staff.  Reduced fees are offered based on income.
    • On-Campus Site: Evergreen House (near the intersection of Franklin and Columbia)
    • Off-Campus Site: Community Resource Center and Clinic (212 Finley Golf Course Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27517)
    • Phone: (919) 962-6906
    • Website: http://clinic.unc.edu/
  • The Duke Center for Eating Disorders: The Duke Center for Eating Disorders treats eating disorders in children, adolescents, and adults.
  • Duke Psychology Clinic: The Duke Psychology Clinic provides psychological services to community members of the Triangle and is able to offer affordable fees for treatment.
  • Carolina House: The Carolina House provides residential services for the treatment of eating disorders in women ages 17 and older.
    • Executive Director: Eileen Chiaro Case, LCSW
    • 176 Lassiter Homestead Road, Durham, NC 27713
    • Phone: (866) 690-7240
    • Website: www.carolinaeatingdisorders.com
  • Veritas Collaborative: Veritas Collaborative provides multiple levels of care to adolescents (females and males) struggling with eating disorders.