Check out OA’s new social media platform to attract newcomers and inform the Fellowship!
“Like” our page. With each “Like,” the number of page followers goes up and helps carry the message to the still-suffering overeater searching for a solution. (See OA’s Statement on Public Media Policy below.)
Support your abstinence, hear about OA resources, read inspirational quotes from OA-approved literature—and see what others “like”—at OA’s new social media page.
Overeaters Anonymous Statement on Public Media Policy
While Overeaters Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues, including social media, the delegates of the 2016 World Service Business Conference recommend that any OA member, group, or service body using social media for OA public information and public awareness maintain the personal anonymity of OA members.
Members of Overeaters Anonymous are anonymous. The Fellowship is not. Members of Overeaters Anonymous using social media are responsible for maintaining their own personal anonymity and respecting the anonymity of other OA members.