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We want Washington City Paper readers to know about a local resource to deal with overeating and eating disorders in a positive, friendly environment: Overeaters Anonymous. OA is a fellowship of individuals who support one another in solving our common problem, compulsive overeating. Our program, patterned after that of Alcoholics Anonymous, has no dues or fees for membership, and there are no weigh-ins. We are not affiliated with any other organization. We want to share our recovery with others who desire our help. We have free meetings in the Dupont Circle area and other D.C. and suburban Maryland and Virginia sites that are Metro-accessible. OA’s fellowship welcomes people in the Washington area who are suffering from compulsive eating and feel as if they are struggling in isolation to call us at (301) 231-3821.
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