About Equip

Equip makes gold-standard eating disorder care accessible to all people through Family-Based Treatment (FBT) delivered at home for lasting recovery. Created by experts in the field and people who’ve been there, Equip builds upon this model of care by providing families with a dedicated five-person care team including a therapist, dietitian, physician, and peer and family mentor.

Learn more at https://equip.health/

Anorexia felt like trekking through a dense jungle – overwhelming. Equip lifted the fog and handed us the map.
Equip User
We created Equip for the families that don’t live near a good treatment center, for families that can’t travel hundreds or thousands of miles to see an evidence-based provider. For parents that want their child to heal at home instead of being sent away. For patients that want to fit treatment into their life, instead of stopping their life to go to treatment.
Dr. Erin Parks, Equip Co-Founder

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