The Eating Disorders Association of Maine is supported primarily by membership and direct donations. It is operated by a volunteer board of directors, and although there is no paid staff at this time, we have many goals to achieve. These goals include activities that will ultimately benefit its members, including trainings and events that will advance prevention and treatment of eating disorders, and addressing some of the gaps in services for people in Maine. The levels and benefits of membership are described below.

If you would like to become a member, donate, or volunteer for EDAM,  click the button, print the membership form and mail to EDAM at 75 Market St, #304, Portland, ME 04101. 

Lifetime Member:

$ 1,000—one time contribution (Individuals only)
➢ Acknowledgement on EDAM website, newsletters and other materials as a Lifetime Member.
➢ Professional listing on EDAM website, for treatment professionals
➢ Affiliation and networking with other professionals and community members
➢ Notifications on EDAM and affiliated trainings and events
➢ Discounts on EDAM-offered trainings

Sustaining Member:

$ 200 per year
➢ Acknowledgement on EDAM website, newsletters and other marketing materials as a Sustaining Member.
➢ Notifications on EDAM and affiliated trainings and events
➢ Discounts on EDAM-offered trainings

 Professional Member:

$50 per year
➢ Acknowledgement on EDAM website, newsletters and other marketing materials as a Professional Member.
➢ Professional listing on EDAM website for your organization or facility
➢ Affiliation and networking with other professionals and community members
➢ Notifications on EDAM and affiliated trainings and events
➢ Discounts on EDAM-offered trainings

 Community Member:

$ 25 per year
➢ Acknowledgement on EDAM website as a Community Member
➢ Affiliation and networking with other professionals and community members
➢ Notifications on EDAM and affiliated trainings and events

 Student Member:

$ 10 per year (Middle or High School, College or Graduate Student)
➢ Access to professionals and other community
➢ Notifications on EDAM and affiliated trainings and events

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The Eating Disorders Association of Maine is supported primarily by membership and direct donations. Please click the button to donate to the cause.

 
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CURRENT MEMBERS:

Community Members:

 Alison Basille, LCPC, Brunswick, ME

Rhonda Benner, LCSW, Portland, ME

Trisha Brink, LCSW, Portland, ME

Ann Conley, FNP, South Portland, ME

Leslie Connolly, LCSW, South Portland, ME

Cristi Demarco, L.Ac, Farmington/Kingfield, ME

Ellen Grunblatt, MD, LCPC, Farmington, ME

Alice Guidi, Cumberland, ME

Amy Taylor Grimm, RDN, LDN, Portland, ME

Janet Gutner, Scarborough, ME

Kathleen Hart, PhD, Falmouth, ME

Phyllis Havens, MS, RD, LCSW, CDE, Hampden, ME

Fleur Hopper, LCSW, South Portland, ME

Anna Hunt, LCSW, Houlton, ME

Wendy Kjeldgaard, Psy.D. Portland, ME

Mary Lavanway, RD, LD, Hampden, ME

Suzanne Y. Lewandowski, M Ed, North Brookfield, MA

Sarah McLean, LCSW, Houlton, ME

Narragansett School, Staff “Jeans Day” Fund raiser, Gorham, ME

Mary O’Rear, Rockport, ME

Debbie Pepper-Dougherty, RD, LD, Falmouth, ME

Sandra Picard, FNP, Manchester, ME 04351

Miranda Phelps, PsyD, Waterville, ME

Jane Prairie, LCSW, Saco, ME

Jacqueline Robillard, RD, CDE, Augusta, ME

Marianne Russo, Scarborough, ME

Joyce Sarat White, MA, LC, Yarmouth, ME

Christine Selby, Psychologist, Bangor, ME 

Kirstin Sandreuter, North Yarmouth, ME

Bodhi Simpson, LCPC, ATR, Benton, ME

Ginger Walker, LCPC-C, South Portland, ME

Pascha Warren, LCPC, South Portland, ME