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Regional Eating Disorders Program (REDP)  

Eating and feeding disorders are serious problems with eating that impact health and wellbeing. The Regional Eating Disorders Program is a community-based outpatient assessment and treatment program that serves individuals between the ages of 8 to 64 years of age (along with their families) throughout Northeastern Ontario in partnership with the Sault Area Hospital, North Bay Regional Health Centre and Timmins & District Hospital.   

Self-referrals as well as referrals from community agencies, family doctors and nurse practitioners and mental health professionals are accepted. 

For Sudbury residents, our team will work with you to provide a wide range of services which may include:    

  • Medical Monitoring 
  • Nutritional Counselling 
  • Family Based Therapy 
  • Individual and Group Therapy 
  • Education related to eating disorders 
  • Referral to other mental health program if indicated 
  • For residents residing in the Northeast region, the REDP provides consultation services to health care providers. 



Please note that we are making every effort to provide service as quickly as possible. However, because of a high volume of referrals, your name will be placed on a waitlist for services.  For this reason, please keep regular contact with your family physician, nurse practitioner and/or any other community supports available to you.  

For parents/caregivers and partners whose loved-one is waiting for services, we recommend participation in the Carers Workshop, a 1-day virtual workshop focused on how carers can best support their family member who is struggling with an eating disorder. 


Contact Us

Health Sciences North
Sudbury Mental Health & Addictions 
127 Cedar Street 
Sudbury, ON 

Phone: 705-523-4988 x 4207

Toll free: 1-866-244-4344 x 4207