Strength. Courage. Community.
Thank you! Two years and three months ago, I wrote a thank-you post while holding my newborn daughter on my chest. Now I am writing again to say thank you while holding my newborn son. Thank you for all that you do. Thank you for taking the time to listen to me and work with me, even though I said I didn’t want help. Thank you for being there every single day during the worst years of my life. But mostly, thank you for saving my life even though I told you I didn’t want to be saved!! I went to six different treatment centers before coming to CEDC in 2011 and was at the point that many had given up. You all helped me fight for myself again, and honestly, I couldn’t be more grateful!
My ED isn’t allowed secrecy. If I struggle, I do it out in the open now. That’s the only way to ensure that I win, and my ED loses. Thanks again for all you and your staff did for me during the darkest portion of my life.
If ten years ago you told me that I was going to have birthday cake on my 34 th birthday next month and not think anything of it,” Alana said. “I wouldn’t have believed you, but it’s true.
Today, I am happy, healthy and safe, and thriving because of the love and support I received at CEDC…
The CEDC program has left me feeling strong and optimistic, and I cannot say enough positive things about the program….
Thank you for everything, especially for believing in me when I couldn’t believe in myself. Sometimes that was what convinced me to keep trying even when I felt hopeless…
I can’t express how grateful I am to have had people like you in my life. You have all helped me more than I could have ever dreamed possible. Every day I looked forward to coming in to partial to see your smiling faces, and your kindness has brightened the hardest of days…
Not only did CEDC teach me how to beat my eating disorder, but you also taught me how to be a good person, how to help other people, and listen to them….Thank you all for making me ME again.
I know that the road ahead will not be easy but just knowing that CEDC is there as a safety net gives me a feeling of calm…
Cambridge Eating Disorder Center
Move from surviving to thriving.
The Cambridge Eating Disorder Center provides individuals suffering with eating disorders a comprehensive continuum of support services focused on their recovery. Our treatment programs focus on reducing the eating disorder symptoms while promoting the development of a healthy self that encompasses both emotional and physical well-being.
3 Bow Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
CEDC-Transitional Living: 13/15 Athens St., Cambridge, MA 02138
CEDC-PHP/IOP Programs: 12 Plympton Rd., Cambridge, MA 02138
105 Loudon Rd., Building #2, Concord, NH 03301