Chrysalis Center is committed to supporting and engaging with the Wilmington community in an effort to raise awareness about the risks that surround eating disorders and other mental health issues and the need for prompt intervention and effective treatment. As a multidisciplinary group, we offer specialized workshops and presentations to other medical professionals as well as the general public.
Our team will often present at conferences or speak at community events to provide education. Topics of interest often include eating disorders, body image, nutrition, bariatrics, trauma, and substance abuse. If you are interested in inviting one of our clinicians to a speaking engagement, please contact us at (910) 790-9500 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chrysalis believes in being stewards in our community and engages in a service project on a semi-annual basis. We support local organizations and causes that are important to us, encouraging staff as well as client involvement. If you would like to make a donation or learn more about any of the organizations we have contributed to, follow the links below.
Nourish NC: Provides hungry children with healthy food, empowering them to succeed in the classroom and in their community.
A Safe Place: An empowerment organization for young women and girls focused on prevention, advocacy, and restoration to assist victims of commercial sexual exploitation and domestic sex trafficking.
Open Gate: A 24-hour center working toward the elimination of domestic violence by providing emergency and support services for survivors.
Adopt an Angel: Partners with area shelters to reduce the number of animal euthanizations in New Hanover, Brunswick, and Pender Counties through adoption and spay/neuter programs.
Operation Pretty Things: Dedicated to loving and empowering victims of domestic violence and sexual assault by providing an on-call lifeline to victims of abuse by meeting their immediate needs as well as offering life-impacting gifts, services and support.
NEDA Walk: Brings together over 25,000 people of all ages and backgrounds to raise money to fund eating disorder education, prevention, and support, as well as advocacy and research initiatives.
Cape Fear Heart Ball: Since 1999, CFHB has been driving change and raising funds supporting research and education in the fight against cardiovascular disease and stroke.
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