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The Maddie Mae fund


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Raising Awareness & supporting progressive treatment solutions
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Continuing Maddie's fight by funding research to combat the deadly effects of eating disorders and OCD.

About Us

Our Journey – Inspired By Maddie's Story.

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For eleven years Maddie pursued any and all treatment options recommended to us for her co-morbid diagnoses of anorexia nervosa and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Even with the most cutting edge treatment our country had to offer, nothing helped move Maddie toward recovery. Maddie fought until the end — her body gave before her mind.

With your help and in Maddie’s memory, we want to continue the pursuit of new treatment protocols for teens struggling with severe anorexia and OCD. Please support the Maddie Mae Fund and help save young lives.

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Profound Effects
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Profound Effects
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Profound Effects
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Profound Effects

The nationwide eating disorder crisis is growing without bounds.

"During Covid, a lot of published data showed increases in eating disorders. We’ve known about anorexia for a long time.  The question is why it looks to be getting worse now."

– Joanna Steinglass, the director of research at the Eating Disorders Research Clinic at Columbia University.
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Americans Effected

29 million Americans will struggle with an eating disorder at some point in their life meanaing 9 percent of Americans will suffer with this disease.

> 62%

Inpatient Treatment Failure

Across all types of eating disorders, 62–70% of people who received inpatient treatment still met full diagnostic criteria or had remaining eating disorder symptoms 10-20 years later.


Increase In Suicide Rate

Students with high levels of eating disorder symptoms are 11 times more likely to attempt suicide than those without such symptoms.


Of Patients Receive Treatment

95% of those who have eating disorders are between the ages of 12 and 25. Only 1 in 10 men and women with eating disorders receive treatment.

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