WELCOME

At A Place of Our Own, we encourage you not to be silenced by shame and secrecy…

OUR MISSION:

To be an effective resource in the prevention and elimination of eating disorders through education, support, and advocacy.

WE'RE HERE FOR YOU

There’s no shortage of help. You can choose recovery.

CHANGES MAKE A DIFFERENCE

No matter how small you believe the changes are, make the move now to be informed and supported by others.

WE'RE DEDICATED TO REBUILDING LIVES

We began as a single support group devoted to the families and friends of those who suffer from eating disorders.

RECOVERY IS A LIFE-LONG JOURNEY

A PLACE OF OUR OWN

For our community in the community – a safe, homelike place for rebuilding, replenishing and recovery.

WE KNOW FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE

It takes dedication to support and guidance to make change happen.

CREATE YOUR STORY

Expressing yourself through art in any way you choose can bring clarity and understanding.

A SPRINGBOARD FOR FRIENDSHIPS

Support groups provide a safe place for individuals and families to grow and learn from one another.

We’re here for you

We offer a variety of support groups, workshops, classes, and referrals all in a welcoming, open-door environment.

  • Drop-in Support
  • Virtual Support Groups
  • In-Person Support Groups
  • One-on-One Mentorship
  • Workshops
  • Educational Presentations
  • Therapeutic Garden
  • Resources
  • and more

Just call or email for help.

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We are open!

Have a question? Need to talk about what’s going on? Call us, e-mail us, or drop into the office to chat with one of our staff members.

 Phone Hours:

  • Tuesday – 9am – 6pm MT
  • Wednesday – 9am – 6pm MT
  • Thursday – 9am – 6pm MT
  • Friday – 9am – 4pm MT
  • Saturday – 9am – 1pm MT
  • Sunday/Monday – Closed

In-Person Drop-in Hours

  • Tuesday – 9am – 5pm MT
  • Wednesday – 9am – 5pm MT
  • Thursday – 9am – 5pm MT
  • First Saturday of every month – 9am-1pm MT

Tell me more

Alongside substance use, eating disorders are the deadliest of all mental illnesses – yet they remain widely misunderstood.  Anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating disorder, and their variants, consist of severe disturbances in eating behavior and weight management. They often coexist with other mental illnesses, such as depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. The consequences of eating disorders are serious and can be life-threatening.

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Thank you to our sponsors!

Platinum Sponsors

Shelley Family Foundation

Jonathan & Toni Saiber

Gold Sponsor