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Help more people access life-saving eating disorder treatment!

Your gift will help someone who can't afford therapy access the care they need to break free.

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You can help more people experience healing from disordered eating.

Every 52 minutes someone loses their battle to an eating disorder. The stigma, high cost of care and limited resources available to those in need can have a devastating impact on the 28 million Americans who suffer from this deadly mental illness.

At Rock Recovery, we believe that freedom from eating disorders is possible. In the last year, Rock received 260% more program inquiries from individuals and families in need. Thanks to our generous community, we connected more than 200 individuals to life-saving care and community through our virtual and in-person clinical programs and our virtual support groups, with thousands more receiving educational mental health resources to help them care for themselves and their loved ones.

We need generous supporters like you to come alongside us in this work and ensure that each individual or family member who comes to us can access the eating disorder treatment they need and deserve. Will you give today and help one more mother, brother, daughter or friend access the clinical care and community they need to heal?

By donating, you can come alongside our incredible clients and be a lifeline to hundreds of people who need life-saving treatment and community support. You can make a one-time or monthly gift today to ensure that no one has to walk through recovery alone.

Thank you for changing lives with us. Together, we can help more people live in freedom in 2023!

To see how you are changing lives, check out the Stories of Healing from our former clients.

"I'm so grateful for Rock providing affordable eating disorder recovery.
Honestly if not for Rock I might not be here today. And while I'm not totally better yet, the support has really opened up my life." - Maya, Program Graduate 2021