H.O.W. (OAHOW) is a movement within Overeaters Anonymous whose basic principle is that abstinence is the only means to freedom from compulsive overeating and the beginning of a spiritual life. The HOW acronym stands for Honesty, Openmindedness, and Willingness.
✦ Note: Our phone meeting service changes our phone numbers periodically, so this list is regularly changing. Check back for updates.
Day Time Phone Number Pin Number
Sunday 3:00 pm (ET) 559-726-1300 301672#
Monday 8:00 pm (ET) 646-307-1300 121208#
Tuesday 12:30 pm (ET) 559-726-1300 301672#
Wednesday 8:00 pm (ET) 559-726-1300 136342#
Thursday Aft 12:30 pm (ET) 646-307-1300 12128#
Friday 8:00 pm (ET) 605-562-3140 503152#
VSB "We Care List"
A "We Care List" is a list of program members who have volunteered to have their contact information listed so that other (usually newer) members are able to contact members who are working the OA/HOW program. The Virtual Service Board (VSB) for the OA/HOW Two-Hour Format Phone Meeting maintains a multi-meeting We Care List. This list is not compiled from individual meeting lists. It is a separate list that only includes members who have requested inclusion. If you would like to be included on the VSB We Care List for the two-hour OA/HOW format meetings, please follow the link below to enter your information. You can then receive a copy of the list by e-mailing your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Lisa in FL at 352-672-3662 Eastern Time.
Virtual Service Board
The next Virtual Service Board Meeting will be held November 11, 2014 at 7:00 PM Eastern Time. All are welcome to attend and contribute, although only meeting representatives vote. There is a relatively new phone number for this meeting. Please call (559) 726-1300 and use access code 701930# to join the meeting.
Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a Fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience and mutual support are recovering from compulsive overeating. We welcome everyone who wants to stop eating compulsively. Our primary purpose is to abstain from compulsive overeating and to carry this message of recovery to those who still suffer.