Ramadan & Muslim Community Resources

ANAD believes mental health support should be accessible to all. We are proud to offer our free peer support services to anyone struggling with food and body concerns.

To help eliminate barriers to support and treatment options, we’ve compiled a list of eating disorder and mental health resources specifically for the Muslim community and those celebrating Ramadan. 

ANAD BIPOC Support Group

Mental Health Services

SEEMA offers virtual support groups to both individuals living with a mental health condition, as well as their families and loved ones. They also have a treatment directory to help you connect with Muslim therapists in your area. Learn more

A great resource to find Muslim therapists in your area! Learn more

A nonprofit organization raising awareness on eating disorders and providing support to those in the Middle East. Learn more.

Provides faith-based peer-to-peer support to Muslim youth. Learn more.

Provides support to Muslim individuals in crisis. Learn more.

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