Overeaters Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience, strength and hope, are recovering from compulsive eating. We welcome everyone who wants to stop eating compulsively.
Am I a Compulsive Eater?
OA includes members who have experienced different manifestations of compulsive eating and food behaviours. Our fellowship includes anorexics, bulimics, and overeaters; ALL who struggle with food obsession are welcome and have found recovery in OA. Weight is not a criterion for membership. Take our quiz to see if you might be a compulsive eater.
What to Expect and How to Start
If you have concerns about your relationship with food, we hope that you’ll give yourself a chance for recovery in OA. Meetings are available in person, online and by phone. We recommend that newcomers attend at least six different meetings to help you decide if OA is for you. Below are some resources, but please don’t think you have to figure it all out at once; going to a meeting is a great first step.
And Your Journey Begins
Find a Meeting (in-person, online and by phone)
Find a Zoom OA Meeting during Covid-19 Shutdown
What is OA About?
What to Expect at a Meeting
For Concerned Family and Friends
Podcasts from OA to hear individual stories of HOPE
Resources for Anorexics/Bulimics, Men and Young People in OA
The Tools Of Recovery
The Twelve Steps
The Twelve Traditions
Young People in OA