Eating Recovery and Pathlight Foundation

The Eating Recovery and Pathlight Foundation meets the needs of eating disorder and mood & anxiety patients and families through education, research and charitable care. By expanding awareness and resources, the Foundation will have measurable impact on prevention, treatment and recovery.

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General Information

Official Name
Eating Recovery Center Foundation​​​​​​​
DBA/Trade Name(s)
Eating Recovery and Pathlight Foundation
Former Name(s)
(2016)Eating Recovery Center Foundation
(2020)Eating Recovery Foundation
Date Established
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
Tax ID
Headquarters Address
Colorado Location
Mailing Address
Other Address
7351 East Lowry Blvd
Suite 200
Denver, CO 80230
Main Phone Number
Fax Number
Other Phone Number
Social Media Links

Mission Statement

The Eating Recovery and Pathlight Foundation aspires to improve how eating disorders and mood and anxiety disorders are understood and treated. We promote education, provide resources, and support select aligned organizations in order to better the lives of individuals at risk for or experiencing eating disorders and mood and anxiety disorders, as well as their families, caregivers and treating professionals.

Organization History

The Eating Recovery Foundation was created
in 2012 to be a resource for individuals suffering from
eating disorders, as well as their families and
caregivers. ERCF is an independent 501(c)(3)
organization, separate from the Eating Recovery

In 2020, the Foundation changed its name and mission to incorporate support of individuals suffering from mood and anxiety disorders, as well as focusing a portion of its work on ensuring that underserved communities have access to information and quality treatment for eating disorders and mood & anxiety disorders.


"From writing articles to clinical practice, the Information Gateway and Millie Plotkin have proven to be consistent and valuable resources.

Actually, let me rephrase: treasures!"

Alli D., M.A., MFT, LPCC, CEDS

"The Body Project Collaborative Professional and Peer Training promised to be life-changing, it was, and will continue to change lives as we facilitate the program in more locations. Four universities and two treatment facilities participated in our Body Project Training. It was a real joy to watch the peer leader group support and encourage each other, and the professionals support and strengthen the peers as well as each other. The Body Project fulfills our wish list - it is evidence based, peer led, program material ready to go, and most importantly 'does no harm' as it fills each participant's toolbox. We are very grateful for the opportunity to receive this training and highly recommend it. Thank you so much for giving a spark and confidence in a great program for our community!

I heard several students say, 'we need this program at our campus!' "

Paula B., Tri State Eating Disorder Resource Team

My name is Megan R., and about a month ago your program approved me for a financial scholarship so that I could attendIntensive Outpatient Treatment at Eating Recovery Center of San Antonio. I am beyond grateful and the words "thank you" do not even begin to describe the appreciation for your organization's generosity. I was brought to tears when I was informed that this will also aid me in Supportive Housing. From the very bottom of my heart...Thank you.

Megan R., Charitable Care Recipient

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