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About Region 6

Region 6 of Overeaters Anonymous supports communities in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Central and Eastern Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Bermuda.

Within this large area are smaller intergroups. We are geographically diverse, but share common goals in recovery and support.

Solution Stories:
Diversity and Recovery

OA’s Conference-approved Literature Committee is seeking stories to help expand member representation in OA pamphlet A Common Solution: Diversity and Recovery.

A flyer with the call for submissions, guidelines, deadline, and writing prompts is now posted at oa.org/news-events. Here is the direct link: https://oa.org/news/call-for-diverse-voices/?news-category=0&page=0.

Here is a link to the flyer, please share with your meetings.

Abstinence Literature:
Resource Guide

What is abstinence in Overeaters Anonymous? How can you use the tools of the program to achieve and maintain abstinence?

As part of OA’s strategic plan, the Region Chairs Committee has created this Abstinence PowerPoint presentation to assist your group or service body in exploring the concept of abstinence.
As you prepare to present it, you may find the following literature helpful:

News & Announcements

Fall Writing Assignment 2022

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The writing assignment for the day was: “What are the benefits of virtual, hybrid and face-to-face meetings? Do you have a preference? You are welcome to write on this question and send your response to webmaster@oaregion6.org. I feel that all of the types of meetings have benefits. I have met many, many new OA fellows…
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Fall Writing Assignment

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If you were guiding a sponsee on how to find their Higher Power, what would you say? 1.Kim L. As an agnostic myself when I came into this program, I can understand the difficulties one may have with the spiritual aspect of our program. However, I wanted what the members in recovery had and I…
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