Revised, expanded, and updated with current media practices, OA’s PI Manual is packed with more than 70 pages of outreach suggestions. Learn what a PI Committee is and how to start one. Get practical ideas for reaching newcomers. Learn how to work with digital, print, and broadcast media—while protecting member anonymity. Use the sample press releases to make contacts in your area. And much, much more. To order the Public Information Service Manual (#762) from the OA bookstore, click here.
Packaged in sets of twenty, the professionally printed poster has easy-tear, perforated tabs, guiding newcomers to OA’s Fifteen Questions via oaquiz.org. There is also space to add your meeting’s location and contact details. Increase awareness of OA and attract newcomers to your meeting. Order posters for your intergroup or service board today.
Interested in translating and using the poster for outreach in your area? Contact the WSO at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “translate poster.”
Tell people in your area about OA—stick a note! Post an OA Sticky Note on the notice board in a grocery store, school, or any public place. Each 3”x 5” notepad has 25 sheets with an adhesive strip and a space to write in local meeting information. Available now in the OA bookstore at bookstore.oa.org.
Everything you need to lead a journey through the Steps, including leader scripts, Fourth Step Inventory Worksheets, and hand-selected references from OA-approved literature is included. Use it to lead a group of OA members or one-on-one with your sponsees. Together, you can discover proven ways to incorporate the Twelve Steps of Overeaters Anonymous into a way of living—and a life beyond our wildest dreams. Purchase here and download our promotional flyer to share with your group or service body.
All registered OA groups and service bodies have permission to translate and reprint OA print material currently on the OA website (downloadable PDF files or text) without written permission. For requirements and a list of additional OA material that can be translated and reprinted without written permission, see the Copyright Requests page.
OA Seventh Tradition Cycle—Giving and Receiving
See the many ways your contributions support your recovery by funding the OA program at every service level of OA. Download and share OA Seventh Tradition Cycle—Giving and Receiving. This new release from the Conference Finance Committee shows how every contribution, no matter the amount, helps OA to carry the message.