Rating: 4.95 stars   117 reviews


PO Box 284 Franklin TN 37065 USA


To be a Christ-centered community helping people find balance with food, weight and wellness.


Over a million people reached since 2002 via events, articles, web resources and online support programs. Members of "Lasting Freedom" online support program show significant declines in anxiety (-18%), depression (-33%) and unhealthy eating concerns (-35%) after just eight weeks. Our twelve-week "Finding Balance with Food" curriculum and downloadable "FINDINGbalance Gathering" small group tools have been used around the world, including groups in Canada, New Zealand, Ecuador and the UK as well as the US. "Daily Vitamin" eDevotional provides truth and inspiration 5 days a week to thousands of readers. Annual "Hungry for Hope" conference has been attended by nearly a thousand people in the last seven years. New Christian Eating Disorders Collaborative Network (CEDCN) helps connect those who struggle with Christ-centered providers. And we're just getting started...

Target demographics:

People find Christ-centered help for eating issues.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

73 women find freedom from eating issues through our Lasting Freedom program, and served 192 people at our annual conference. All this in addition to thousands we serve monthly through our video-on-demand site.

Geographic areas served:

Anywhere someone has access to a computer.


"Lasting Freedom" - online support program featuring weekly webinar, weekly "Freedom Team" support group, and 24/7 moderated peer-support website. - world's largest video-on-demand website for eating and body image issues, featuring 700+ free videos, articles, books and more. Christian Eating Disorders Collaborative Network - the first Christian resource and referral network for professionals working with eating disorders. "Daily Vitamin" - eDevo - an inspiring verse and 6 lines of text to help you find daily freedom. "Hungry for Hope" premiere Christian conference for professionals and community members impacted by eating and body image issues. "More Than a Number" campaign and event to help women know their value so they can change their world. Includes a partnership with Compassion International to help shift dollars from diets to end world hunger.

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About 5 years ago I met Constance Rhodes and found out about Finding Balance. Her philosophy matched perfectly with mine. As a dietitian working in the field of disordered eating and eating disorders, I have a mission to help people find peace with food. Finding Balance is a place where I know one will hear truth and be supported in recovery. I am so grateful for Finding Balance and all they do. I am glad to contribute to this great organization. Eileen Myers

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