Are you seeking intensive treatment for an eating disorder, but expenses are getting in your way?
Apply for a living-expense grant from WithAll’s Recovery Support Program on the 1st of the month to get support for rent, mortgage or groceries while pursuing intensive treatment.
The lottery and application window for this month is currently closed.
At this time, we are processing September grants.
The next lottery will open on October 2 at 8:30 am CST.
The link to apply will be displayed here.
See the “Application Process & Timeline Expectations” section for further details.
Do you identify as Black, Indigenous or a Person of Color*?
Click here to apply for a grant from our Recovery For All fund.
You are eligible to apply if
- You have an eating disorder diagnosis from a medical provider.
- You are in an intensive program treatment setting. An intensive program is defined as at least 9 hours a week and can include Intensive Outpatient, Intensive Day/Partial Hospitalization, and Residential Treatment.
- You need financial assistance for your rent/mortgage or groceries.
Information needed to apply
- If applying for rent/mortgage support, you will be asked to upload a bill, statement, lease, or letter showing the monthly or weekly fee for this expense.
- If applying for groceries support, you will be asked to upload a receipt or similar showing the need for this expense.
- Name and phone number of your treatment provider who can verify your enrollment and level of treatment.
To preview the recovery support program application, click here.
Application Process & Timeline Expectations
Here’s how it works:
On the first day of every month (or the following Monday if the first is on a weekend) starting at 8:30am CST, a form will be available for 24 hours on our website where you can request to apply for a grant by providing your name, email address, state, and the expense you would like support for. We will be using a lottery system (random selection) to invite applicants to apply for a grant in the current month.
Recipients will be notified by the 5th of the month if they were selected or not selected. If selected, recipients will have until the 10th to return their application, authorization form and proof of expense. Those who are not selected, or don’t return all of their application materials within the timeframe, will need to start the process over the following month.
WithAll will then review your application and verify your treatment (must be in treatment on the 11th) and notify you of your award status by the 20th of the month. You must fill out and return your grant acceptance form within 7 days.
Your check will be mailed by the 30th of the month.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us by email.
Para solicitar una solicitud en español, envíenos un correo electrónico.
*For the sake of brevity, WithAll uses the term BIPOC to indicate Black, Indigenous and People of Color. We acknowledge each individual’s right to self-identify and recognize that not all people for whom BIPOC is intended would choose to label themselves as such. WithAll understands the limitations of labels and embraces both the unique and shared elements of every individual’s lived experiences.”
Thank you to Luther Automotive Foundation and Vestar for supporting those seeking treatment for eating disorders this year. With You, with partners, 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.