<strong>Project Bliss is devoted to increasing eating disorder awareness and availability of resources. We offer a community home for eating disorder treatment, with options from individual outpatient services to 24-hour accommodations. As a non-profit 501(c)3, Project Bliss also teams with those in the community who are dedicated to promote awareness of and affordable treatment for eating disorders through volunteering and fundraising efforts. </strong>
Our <a href="http://theblissproject.com/category/finding-yourself/">Bliss Blog</a> contains current thoughts and updates on eating disorders and body image from patients, staff, clinicians, and the community. If you would like to contribute your thoughts, please use the contact form so that we can all benefit from your experiences.
Visit the <a href="http://theblissproject.com/Annie-Bowe-Memorial">Annie Bowe Memorial</a> page to learn more about how one amazing person continues to her mission to help save others who struggle. Engraved Bricks for the Anne Bowe Memorial Garden can also be ordered here.
Explore our <a href="http://theblissproject.com/services">Services</a> section to learn more about what we offer at Project Bliss. We are committed to the prevention, awareness, and affordable treatment of eating disorders. <b>Now accepting individuals for Transitional Living and IOP! </b>
A typical Monday morning at Project Bliss involves a pow-wow with Tiffany, Brandi, and myself (Lindsey). At some point during this time (or the whole time and several other points throughout the day) we find ourselves discussing trends, phrases, behaviors, etc. that drive us insane mostly because they all stem from lies and cause our society great pain. When deciding what our next blog series would be, we decided to share our frustrations. Often times I find myself out in the world without these wonderful colleagues, and am stuck being frustrated alone...<a href="http://theblissproject.com/aaarghh/"> Read more...</a>
"Not only do the staff at PB change lives, but they provide the tools for those with ED's to continue changing their own lives. A lot of determination from an individual + help from the sweet staff= amazing strength and freedom." --Sarah, TX