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Overeater's Anonymous

After years of struggling with your weight and obsessing about food, you have decided to give Overeaters Anonymous a try.

When you arrive at the meeting, you will find men and women who share a common malady — compulsive eating — and have found a common solution: the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeater's Anonymous.

You will see anywhere from three to 30 or more people at the meeting. An average meeting has about nine. Many members attend more than one meeting a week. You will be warmly welcomed.

Who to contact

Contact Position
General enquiries - South England
07583 533090
Find a meeting in Reading - local to you

Where to go

Wesley Methodist Church
Queens Road
Room 1 or 3

Wesley Methodist church: 
Rm 3 Or 4. Ring Bell. If Car Park Full, To Rt Of Church Use James Cowper Car Park (thru Archway). Upstairs. wheelchair accessible via lift, disabled toilet. 10 Mins Walk From Station.


Other Details


Referral required
Referral Details

Any person under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Other notes

Additional local meetings in Reading

Friday 19:45-21:00

Wesley Methodist Church
Queens Rd
Room 1 or 3
Reading, Berkshire, RG1 4BW
England, contact Tracey 07879406550

Sunday 19:00-20:00

St. Luke's Church Hall
Englefield Road, Theale
Reading, Berkshire, RG7 5AS
England, contact Nicky 07766950347

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