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The message board is moderated and has become a safe haven for many who previously felt they had no voice.
View website EDANZ is a charitable organisation of parents who have experience in supporting a loved one with an eating disorder.
We offer training and support for Peer Zone Workshop facilitators; a collaborative online recovery toolkit; consultancy for consumer engagement and peer service development; and training and support on mental distress and wellbeing at work.
View website Email: Supporting Families facilitates free monthly support groups for families, whanau and friends who are supporting someone in their mental health recovery.
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