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  • March 1, 2015 12:00 pmSunday Beginners Meeting on 96th Street has Closed
  • March 3, 2015 7:00 pmOA-We Agnostics Meeting Suspended
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NEW MEETINGS
  • March 3, 2015 7:30 pmRichmond Hill (Queens) Big Book Meeting
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Region 6 Convention – October 2015

Region 6 Convention – October 2015


CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!

Region 6 of Overeaters Anonymous invites you to attend the 2015 Region 6 Convention in Hartford Connecticut.

Whether you arrive as a day tripper or join us for the entire recovery and fun filled weekend, come Reach Out for Recovery in Hartford.

Hear experience, strength and hope from all of the provinces and states which comprise Region Six — from Eastern Canada to the Northeast United States — maybe even Bermuda! If you’ve never been to a convention, make this your first. Registration is quick and easy on-line. Visit the Region 6 website for more information

OA’s Most Popular Books Available For Your E-Reader!

Five of OA’s best-selling books are available in popular e-reader and mobile-device formats.
-The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous
-For Today
-Voices of Recovery
-Overeaters Anonymous, Second Edition
-Abstinence (Brand New Edition)

PLEASE NOTE: These books are not available through OA's online bookstore. The best way to find them is to go to your e-reader store and search by the specific title of the book.

Lifeline, OA’s international magazine, serves as an indispensable “meeting-on-the-go.”

Lifeline, OA’s international magazine, serves as an indispensable “meeting-on-the-go.”

Lifeline is available both as a print magazine and as an online magazine.


Visit the Lifeline page on OA.org to learn more!


Once you’ve read your copy of Lifeline Weekly, we encourage you to
forward it to OA members and other friends who might be interested in
subscribing to e-Lifeline. Feel free to print out Lifeline Weekly and bring
it to share at your next meeting.

The 12 Steps… Step Three!

Monthly Step Workshop
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Join us for our monthly series of workshops focusing on the steps.

  • Step 3: Sunday, March 29, 2015
    2:00PM to 5:00PM
  • Step 4: Sunday, April 26, 2015
    2:00PM to 5:00PM
  • Step 5: Sunday, May 24, 2015
    2:00PM to 5:00PM

To be held at
Hudson Guild (26th Street Location)
441 West 26th Street (2nd floor)
New York, NY 10011

No suggested donation, 7th tradition collection only*.

Subway: C, E, trains to 23rd, 1 train to 23rd,
Bus: M23 to 10th Ave, M11 to 26th St.
15 minute walk from Penn Station/Amtrak

This workshop is part of a series Greater New York Metro Intergroup will be presenting monthly throughout 2015.
*All funds raised go to support the work of Greater New York Metro Intergroup and OA as a whole. Your contribution is greatly appreciated – Download Flyer

Show Your Intergroup Some Love

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GREATER NEW YORK METRO INTERGROUP is the service body which provides this website, prints meeting lists, sponsors local events and more…


 

FACT: Greater New York Metro Intergroup has about 100 meetings listed with World Service, but only about 30% send a representative to the monthly Intergroup meeting.

MAKE SURE YOUR MEETING HAS AN INTERGROUP REPRESENTATIVE
IG Reps attend the monthly intergroup meetings (2nd Thursday of each month) where they participate in discussions, and vote on decisions about how the intergroup is run and hear announcements about the NYC-area meetings and fellowship. Full participation from all meetings means a more unified and robust governing body, which means a stronger NYC-area fellowship, which means more recovery for everyone! IG Rep should be one of your meeting’s service positions with either a 3-month or 6-month term.


 

FACT: One out of every three meetings in New York City contributes nothing to Intergroup.

DONATE TO YOUR INTERGROUP
Your meeting donations go towards the important task of running the intergroup. IG donations goes towards critical things such as: outreach (both in and out of the program), maintaining this website, printing of meeting lists and the Metro Memo, plus much more. Donations of any size are welcome. The best way to donate is online (click on the “contributions” tab above and you will see instructions).


 

FACT: Meetings which do not have current meeting contact information with World Service risk being removed from the meeting list.

MAINTAIN A CURRENT MEETING CONTACT
This one is especially important for the newcomer. Each meeting has a contact name and phone number listed on oa.org, and this is often how newcomers get info about going to their first meeting. To see who your current contact is, go to the World Service website (oa.org), click on “Meetings” and then “Find a Meeting,” search for your meeting and then click “Open Details.” Your contact should have a working phone number and be willing to return calls with questions about the meeting in a timely manner. To change your meetings contact information, simply select “Edit a Meeting” in the “Meetings” menu and update the information. Groups without a current conact are at risk for being removed from the NYC and World Service meeting lists without notification.