Eating Disorders of York Region's Riverwalk Wellness Centres:
A grassroots, community-based, registered non-profit organization providing support for those affected by eating disorders and their families for over ten years. Now, also offering support for substance use and addictions through an expressive and therapeutic art program made possible by funding by the Ontario Trillium Foundation for a collaboration with Addiction Services for York Region.
View and download our services brochure, or browse our Support tab for programs.
Lift Weight or Donate" Challenge for Mental Illness Awareness
Rebecca recovered from the "weight of depression" and became an advocate for mental health awareness -
please join with her with your support!
Please note, the office will be closed Monday, August 3rd, 2015
Please call ahead if you'd like to visit the art gallery or office as we are often working in the community. If you would like information about support including information about programs, please email email@example.com for a prompt reply.
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Assessment Information for Physicians
Non-medical assessments (EDI-3) are available with a family physician's referral.
Please note the EDI-3 assessment does not provide a diagnosis and is not therapy. A fee of $250.00 applies.
Physicians' Referral Information.
EDI-3 Assessment Referral Form.
An assessment can be the foundation for creating a Circle of Care. Please inquire for more information.
Circle of Care
Call to discuss how to create and access a Circle of Care in your community.
Choose from a selection of Day Program components which may include support groups, yoga, art programs. Click the link or call for more information.
For information about rewarding opportunities as a volunteer with Eating Disorders of York Region contact Janice Morgante at (905) 886-6632 to ask questions or to arrange an appointment to discuss how you would like to be involved. There are many opportunities that will conveniently suit your schedule and interests.
Eating Disorders of York Region gratefully acknowledges the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario.