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Updated: Tuesday October 6th 2015
Join us on October 27th, from 2pm to 4pm, for the MOM March in the Fight Against Eating Disorders that will take place in front of the office of the Minister of Health and Social Services, Gaétan Barrette, 6300 Avenue Auteuil in Brossard. Stay tune for the upcoming details about the March. Save the date!
Please note that due to Thanksgiving on October 12nd, the phone line and support groups will not be available.
For the locations and times of various meetings, to the Open Support Groups' page.
ANEB thanks you for your understanding.
Anorexia and Bulimia Quebec (ANEB) is pround to announce that her help and referral line is now open everyday, from 8 am to 3 am.
"This is good news to be able to offer more hours to meet the needs of our customers. Nights and weekends are difficult times for people who suffer from an eating disorder. They live much distress and the ANEB help and referral line, which is accessible for free throughout Quebec, allows our facilitators to provide empathetic and respectful listening. We know that empathetic listening is important for our customers, no matter how far they are on their path to recovery." confides with great emotion Josée Champagne, Director of ANEB.
ANEB warmly thanks all of those who contributed in one way or another to make possible the extension of service of the help and referral line.
Registration: That evening, from 6:20 p.m. at the
Please note that the chat session will be held in french.
Please note that the Open support group for those suffering from an eating disorder is suspended for an indefinite period until further notice.
Thank you for your comprehension.
ANEB is presently searching for individuals willing to testify about our different services and how they have impacted them throughout their recovery process.
BeMe is a virtual space created by ANEB in association with Woozworld where teens of 8 to 14 years old will find tools to help them reinforce their self-esteem and develop their critical thinking regarding the messages of beauty sent by the media! In addition of live confidential and secure interaction with other teens through an avatar called a Woozen, they will benefit, from time to time, of the presence of an ANEB facilitator to discuss nutrition, self-esteem, body image, bullying and many more subjects.
The teenagers will meet Be and Me, the BeMe Lounge’s dynamic duo (animated by an ANEB facilitator), that look forward to help the Woozens to realize that they are unique and beautiful in their own unique way! The goal of Be and Me: helping tweens and teens to realize how special they are and appreciate it.
To discover Woozworld and the BeMe Lounge: clic here.
To read the press release.