Body Brave's Services are not a substitute for institutional treatment. We recommend that all clients struggling with an eating disorder contact one of the programs below. 

St. Joseph's Health care Hamilton  eating disorder program

Hamilton, ON

Type: Outpatient Program (Adults)

Referrals and Intake:

Seana Jackson-Brown, Intake Coordinator
Tel: 905-522-1155 ext. 33561

Type: Day program/Inpatient Program (Under 18 years of age)

Referrals and Intake: 

Cheryl Webb

Clinical Coordinator

905-521-2100 ext. 73497

Hamilton Health Sciences

Hamilton, ON


Type: Outpatient/Day Program, Inpatient Program (Adults)

Referrals and Intake:

A doctor or nurse practitioner referral is required. Visit their website for more information. 

Credit valley hospital 

Mississauga, ON

Type: Outpatient Program

Referrals and Intake: 

Niagara Health - Port Colborne Site

260 Sugarloaf Street,
Port Colborne, ON L3K 2N7
Phone: (905) 378-4647 ext. 32532
Fax: (905) 834-3002

Niagara Eating Disorders Outpatient Program

Niagara Region

Type: Inpatient/Outpatient/Day Program (Adults)

Referrals and Intake: 

Adult Eating Disorders Service
London Health Sciences Centre
Phone: 519-685-8500 ext. 74793
Fax: 519-433-4412

London Health Sciences Centre

London, ON

Type: Outpatient, Inpatient, Day Programs (18 and under)

Referral and Intake:

Please email the Mental Access Program (MHAP) at or call the MHAP team at 416-813-7005.

Toronto SickKids

Toronto, ON

Type: Inpatient Program, Day Program (Adults)

Referrals and Intake: 

Doretta Mills- 416-340-3041

Toronto General Hospital

Toronto, ON

Type: More information and online resources. 

Talking saves lives. NEDIC HELPLINE

1-866-NEDIC-20 (1-866-633-4220) outside of the GTA, or at 416-340-4156, Monday to Friday from 9am to 9pm EST


(National Eating Disorder Information Centre)

Type: Community Support Centre

Professionally facilitated support and skills-based groups.

Sheena's Place 

Toronto, ON

Type: NIED is a not-for-profit coalition of health care professionals, counsellors and parents with children suffering from Eating Disorders. NIED aims to increase the awareness and education of Eating Disorders to sow the seeds for change in the understanding, treatment and funding of the disease in Canada.



(National Initiative For Eating Disorders)