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Project HEAL's 7th Anniversary Gala

Tuesday, June 9, 2015 fro 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Stage 48

605 West 48th Street



Ticket Prices:


General Admission - $125 before June 1st/$150 after June 1st

Young Professionals (25 years old and under) $100 before June 1st/$125 after June 1st

Ticket packages and sponsorship opportunities available

Purchase your tickets here.  


The theme of this years gala is
"Fearlessly Authentic" as we challenge our attendees to step out of their comfort zones and honor their true spirits and passions. 


Carolyn Costin, Founder and Chief Clinical Officer of Monte Nido & Affiliates will be honored as our Clinician of the Year.  Monte Nido & Affiliates is also our Presenting Sponsor, this year, too!  LUSH Cosmetcis is also being honored as one of Project HEAL's partners. This elegant evening will feature a video montage of our supporters and treatment grant recipients sharing their "Fearlessly Authentic" stories, along with a three hour open bar, passed hors d"oeuvres and desserts, a robust silent auction and remarks by the organizations founders and treatment grant recipients.  


  Project HEAL is excited to announce our five new treatment center partnerships!

Castlewood Treatment Center helps people with eating disorders transform to living healthier lives through our customized treatment programs. We provide a full continuum of care including: Residential, Partial Hospitalization, Transitional Living and Intensive Outpatient. In addition to facilities in St. Louis, Castlewood has affiliate facilities in Monterey, CA (Monarch Cove) and Birmingham, Al (The Highlands). Castlewood is accredited by CARF and The Joint Commission. For more information call 1-888-822-8938 or visit


Oliver-Pyatt Centers, located in South Miami, strives to genuinely connect with each woman and girl that we treat, to address the core issues driving the eating disorder, and to provide the tools needed to live a meaningful life, free from food and weight preoccupation. Our treatment for anorexia, bulimia, exercise addiction, and binge eating disorders is therapeutically grounded, and incorporates state of the art approaches, research, outcome data, and up-to-date medical knowledge. Our innovative protocols are based on a thorough understanding of eating disorders and the unique experience of each person affected by one.The website is  


ED-180 Eating Disorder Treatment Programs in Garden City, Long Island, NY is the area's only private, physician-supervised, comprehensive, intensive, outpatient treatment program that can provide all necessary services on-site. With 6,500 square feet of serene office space, ED-180 is one of the largest outpatient eating disorder facilities in NY state. In addition to multiple therapy suites, the center has 2 dining rooms, and art therapy room, a large multi-purpose group room, a fully equipped medical suite and a state-of-the-art bio/neuro-feedback lounge. Staffed with eating disorder specialists including two psychiatrists, nutritionists, therapists, and supporting clinical service providers, ED-180 provides full on-site, medical, psychological, nutritional and complementary treatment services. Programs are offered for part-day IOP (3-3.5 hours) and extended day (9am-7:30pm) Monday through Friday and some weekends. The Founder and Medical Director of ED-180 is Dr. Jeffrey DeSarbo, a Board Certified psychiatrist who specializes in eating disorder treatment. The website is and the telephone number is (516) 280-3544


The Lotus Collaborative offers three levels of Holistic Eating Disorder Recovery Services: partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient. Lotus helps people ages 14 and up recover from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, orthorexia and disordered eating in San Francisco & Santa Cruz, with supportive living available near our Santa Cruz location.  The Lotus Collaborative offers a free community support group, led by an eating disorder expert, every Sunday from 12-2:30pm at both locations.   They are currently partnering with Project HEAL in their San Francisco location.  To learn more about Lotus, please visit  or call (415) 931-3731.


The Center for Eating Disorders Care at University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro provides treatment for adults, adolescents and children as young as 8 years old who are suffering from anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders. They offer a warm, welcoming environment in an  award-winning medical center, and patients not only benefit from treatment for the physical, psychosocial and nutritional aspects of their eating disorder, but they also have immediate access to full-service care for other medical needs.  To learn more about our program or to schedule an appointment, please call the Admissions team at 609.853.7575 or toll-free at 877.932.8935. 

  Project HEAL funds five more applicants!

We have funded five more applicants to receive treatment -
bringing our grand total to 26 applicants! Included in this
 round is our first international applicant - a 15 year old from Indonesia!

  Two new board members join Project HEAL!

We welcome two new advisory board members - Jenna Tregarthen, the founder and CEO of Recovery Record, and Nola Weinstein, the head of executive engagement for Twitter.

  Project HEALED teams up with en.JOYYE!

Project HEAL has recently partnered with en.JOYYE.  en.JOYYE is the first social shopping community where jewelry lovers can enjoy discovering and shopping for the latest socially curated jewelry trends around the world while giving someone else in need joy.  When you shop at , 10% of the proceeds will be donated to Project HEAL, and when you use promo code:ENJPRHEAL, you will receive 20% off your purchase from the Joy Box!


Help co-founder Kristina Saffran and her research team at Stanford to further research on social media, eating disorder treatment, and recovery!  We are conducting a short survey to explore the Facebook usage of individuals who have received treatment for an eating disorder in a group setting.  This survey is completely anonymous and only takes 15-20 minutes to complete.  Please help us to advance knowledge on the eating disorder recovery process by clicking here.  


Please only fill out this survey if you have been treated for an eating disorder (either currently or in the past) in a group setting. This may include inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, and/or intensive outpatient treatment (that included a group component) or participating in an outpatient therapy group.  This does not include individual outpatient treatment - that is, if you have only ever received treatment for an eating disorder in individual outpatient therapy (and have never received treatment for an eating disorder in a group setting), you are not eligible for this study at this time.   If you have any questions, please



Location: University Miami Student Activities Center (SAC) Ballroom East 


The Project HEAL Miami Chapter invites you attend our"Let's Eat And Say We Did" Brunch at the University Miami Student Activities Center (SAC) Ballroom East on March 29, 2015 from 12-2:30pm. The event will feature a brunch, silent auction, raffle, and words from a guest speaker.  All proceeds will benefit the Project HEAL National Scholarship Fund.  To buy tickets or donate to the event, please visit here.   



On January 17 the San Jose chapter hosted Project HEAL's first benefit concert, Rock Out for Recovery. The event included outstanding performances by Strange Hotel, 37th Parallel, Docks, Kaleb Askew, and Tony Geravesh of Stickup Kid, and a silent auction. Over $3,000 was raised at this amazing night of music and recovery. Special thanks to sponsors the Eating Recovery Center, The Healthy Teen Project, and Center for Discovery.   
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