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Southern Support Eating Disorders (SSED) Service

Southern Support Eating Disorders (SSED) Service

The SSED Service in the community and primary health sector is a free service that provides early identification, assessment, treatment and referral for people with symptoms and / or behaviours consistent with an eating disorder. The service also provides advice for families/whanau to access support networks. Education, training and information for a range of professionals, about eating disorders is a key focus. The SSED Service covers the southern geographical area.

>> Brochure for clients 

>> Brochure for GP's or other professionals that might like education/support

Contact Details

Trudy Dent
Private Bag 1916. Dunedin

Phone: 0800 328 744


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