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MEETING ALERTS THIS WEEK
  • April 21, 2014 12:00 pmMeeting Cancelled (Brooklyn Heights)
  • April 27, 2014 5:00 pmLGBT Center Meeting Changes (Facility Closed Early)
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ONGOING MEETING CHANGES
  • April 27, 2014 10:45 amRelapse and Recovery Meeting Time Change
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NEW MEETINGS
  • NO NEW MEETINGS TO POST AT THIS TIME
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Notify Us of a Meeting Change

Please note: New meetings are listed for 8 weeks, Ongoing meeting changes will vary, but generally will not be listed more than 1 month unless there is an established end date (i.e., time/location change for 8 weeks).

Can’t Make It To A Local Meeting?

Many have found that Phone Meetings are a great way to fill in the gap for when you need a meeting and cannot get to one, or there isn't one available close by. 

Visit OA.org Find A Meeting Page to find out more information on online and telephone meetings.
You do NOT have to register to ATTEND any OA meeting.

Summer Retreat 2014

Summer Retreat 2014


Join us for Summer Retreat!
"The Promises: Happy, Joyous, and Free!"


Visit the Information and Registration Page to find out more!

Having a difficult time this winter? If you are struggling, reach out and contact us at twelfthstepwithin(at)oanyc.org or call (929) 224-2797 (leave message). Abstinent members make themselves available to listen; and to share their experience strength and hope. Remember, together we can do what we could never do alone.

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.

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

Five of OA’s best-selling books are now 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. ($5.75 to $6.50)

Something to Consider

Is it a “suggestion” or a “must” that we not substitute the words “food” for “alcohol” and “compulsive over-eater” for “alcoholic” when our OA meeting has a Big Book study?

Read more about this question submitted to Lifeline Magazine.

Metro Memo Needs You

Seeking service inspired writers and graphic artists/designers (all are welcome) for the new Metro Memo to write short articles on Together We Cansuch topics as:

  • How I developed my connection with my HP.
  • How I lost my faith and stayed abstinent.
  • How I hurt myself with exercise and what I do today.
  • How I stay abstinent and eat out.
  • How I began my meditation practice, etc.

For graphics we are seeking OAers who interested in lending an artsy hand. If you are interested please contact Publications by going to the committee contact page.

In Remembrance, Rozanne S

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We are deeply saddened to report that OA’s beloved founder, Rozanne S., passed away peacefully on January 16 at the age of 84. Rozanne began Overeaters Anonymous in California on January 19, 1960, and fulfilled her dream that it become an international organization. We are forever grateful to her for her vision, perseverance, and love, through which so many have found recovery from compulsive eating. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and loved ones during this difficult time. Cards may be sent in care of the World Service Office. More information can be found at OA.org.

(Download this .PDF “Rozanne Tribute” for official statement from World Service.)

Continue reading In Remembrance, Rozanne S

New Updates to Meeting Alerts and Changes

Where did the Meeting Alerts and Changes page go?

In order to simplify your experience on oanyc.org, we have moved the meeting alerts, meeting changes, and new meetings notifications to the left column which appears on all pages. This way you do not have to navigate your way around to find out about updates.

As always, your assistance in notifying us of changes is important for the membership as a whole. We can only post changes if we are notified by the individual meetings. To submit a change for your meeting (cancellation, location or time changes, etc…) please use the Greater New York Metro Intergroup Meeting Change Form to submit a change. Changes and updates are added to the website as soon as reasonably possible.