Utah Soaring Intergroup
Of Overeaters Anonymous


What Are Meetings Like?

Overeaters Anonymous is a group that helps people with problem behaviors related to food. At meetings, we come together to find peace and support, especially if we’ve had a tough day. The meetings help us feel hopeful and remind us of the strategies we use to cope with our disorder.

Going to an OA meeting for the first time can be intimidating, but don’t let that stop you. All meetings welcome new people. Most meetings follow a plan with readings, a speaker, and sharing. Each meeting is different. It’s a good idea for newcomers to attend a few different meetings to figure out if OA is for them and what type of meetings they like best.

For more information, download our Welcome to Overeaters Anonymous document from the recovery materials page.

List of Meetings

See our list of meetings in the area: Meeting List.

Want to Talk to Someone First?

As mentioned, just walking into a meeting could be a difficult step. Please don’t be put off. If you would prefer, call our “Hotline” number,  801-997-0548, or text, and talk to a member of Overeaters Anonymous from our area. They will be able to answer your questions about the program, tell you what it was like coming into the program, and what it has done for them.

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