Support Group for women 18+

Meets 2nd Monday of the month at Calvary Church at 7pm

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MiEDA offers education and prevention seminars and workshops for school-aged children (K-12), parents, educators/coaches and medical professionals. 
  • In our workshops for middle school and high school aged students we focus on promoting positive body-image, self-acceptance, and becoming critical viewers of the media.  
  • For Educators/Coaches we offer insights into how eating disorders affect performance in school, how to identify signs and symptoms and how to alert parents.
  • For parents we focus on signs and symptoms of eating disorders, how to feed your children in a weight obsessed world, and what resources are available to you.
  • For medical professionals, we focus on how to identify signs and symptoms of eating disorders, how to implement effective treatment and how to play a supportive role in the patient's care.  
  • For more information about our workshops or to schedule a seminar, please contact


New Support Group

Join this new guided discussion group meeting on the second Monday of the month for women 18+ offering a spiritual perspective on eating and body image issues as well as prayer and support. For more information contact

Begins December 9th, 7-8:30pm at the Yellow House at Calvary Church 707 East Beltline, Grand Rapids, MI 49525. 616.956.9377 


Our everyBODY is beautiful
event was a great success!
Thank you to everyone who came out and made the event happen!  A big thanks to Maranda and her team for coming to the event and for showcasing our event on her show.  You can watch highlights at

A big thank you to our sponsors as well

Timberline Knolls
Grand Valley State University


I Am Human Exhibit Available for Showings
and reprints available for sale

There are 12 photographs in all.  See more by clicking on the ArtPrize tab above.



The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is urging people to talk more about eating disorders in order to try and eliminate the stigma that surrounds these illnesses.  Their ad campaign's theme is "Everybody Knows Somebody" and it is our desire at MiEDA to try and do education and prevention efforts to stop this deadly cycle of eating disorders from continuing.


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