Accountability. Connection. Love.
We focus on empowering women to find freedom from eating disorders and other addictions.
To provide Accountability, Connection and Love in order for our communities to rise above eating disorders, substance use disorder and dis-ease.
People of all ages, colors, genders, socioeconomic levels and backgrounds can access the support services they need to find lasting recovery from eating disorders and addictions.
Hull House Real Recovery reflects the growth and evolution of The Hull Institute as an organization.
Why Hull House Real Recovery (HHRR)?
If you or a loved one is struggling with an eating disorder and/or addiction, and you know that extra support and guidance is needed for recovery progression, Hull House Real Recovery is the right place for you.
Hull House Real Recovery (HHRR) is a 501(3)(c) not-for-profit organization that provides peer support services to anyone struggling with an eating disorder and/or addiction. HHRR’s trained staff of peer supporters offer guidance, support and hope through our virtual and in person one-on-one and group peer support sessions.
From meal support, mentor sessions and grocery shopping, to clothes shopping and mindful movement, our wonderful staff of peer supporters are here to walk beside our clients throughout their recovery. HHRR provides peer support services to anyone with an eating disorder and/or addiction who may also struggle with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and/or other brain disorders. We are an open and nonjudgmental practice that embraces diversity and inclusion at all times.
Hull House Real Recovery is rooted in the Peer Support, Social Model for eating disorders and addiction recovery. We work closely with our clients, local treatment providers, family, and community toward the common goal of lasting recovery.
Our Approach to Recovery
Hull House Real Recovery focuses on three essential tools to build meaningful recovery for individuals with eating disorders and addiction: ACCOUNTABILITY. CONNECTION. LOVE.