You are not alone.
We issue living-expense grants up to $500 to help quickly remove the simple—but very real—financial barriers to intensive eating disorder treatment.
Financial Assistance Program
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If you’re pursuing recovery from an eating disorder, financial hardship can make completing essential treatment challenging or unattainable. Living expenses that seem small in comparison to the cost of treatment, such as rent or transportation costs, can be overwhelming obstacles, especially if you’re navigating time off from work or school for treatment.
We issue living-expense grants up to $500 to help quickly remove the simple—but very real—barriers to intensive treatment.
To be eligible, you must have an eating disorder diagnosis and be seeking intensive treatment (at least 9 hours a week).
To apply, please review our policies and procedures and complete the application.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us by email.
Para solicitar una solicitud en español, envíenos un correo electrónico.
Thank you to Luther Automotive Foundation for supporting the recovery of over 20 individuals seeking treatment for eating disorders this spring. With You, with partners like the Luther Automotive Foundation, we renew and restore hope and health!
The Anna Westin Memorial Fund
This special fund of our Financial Assistance Program honors the memory of Anna Westin. Anna had a spirited heart and a bright future. At age 21, after years of suffering with the shame and stigma she encountered around her anorexia nervosa, Anna died by suicide. Her mother, WithAll co-founder and Board Member Kitty Westin, led a two-decade national advocacy effort that achieved the first-ever federal legislation for improved eating disorder education and treatment. Anna’s spirit and Kitty’s resolve motivate us daily to fulfill our mission. Each year, 20% of our Financial Assistance Program grants are designated from the Anna Westin Memorial Fund. Watch Kitty Westin’s TEDx Talk about her experience and breaking the stigma and shame of mental illness: