Recovery From Food Addiction (RFA)
Compulsive Eaters Anonymous (HOW)
Food Addicts In Recovery
Food Addicts Anonymous (FAA)
Greysheeters Anonymous (GSA)
OA HOW Virtual Intergroup (HVIG)
Food addiction is a serious condition that requires a lot of support for recovery. You may get some support from your family and friends, but they may not be able to give you enough help, even if you also see a professional who knows how to treat food addiction.
In this situation, you may benefit from joining a peer support group, such as the ones listed below. These groups can offer you access to publications, meetings and other food addicts who are working on their recovery.
However, not all peer support groups are the same, even if they belong to the same network. You need to find a group that suits your specific needs.
Here are some questions you can ask yourself when choosing a group:
Does the group promote abstinence from food addiction?
Does the group have members who have been abstinent for a long time?
Are abstinent members willing to mentor or sponsor newcomers?