New Hampshire Intergroup (NHI)

NHI is a service body for Overeaters Anonymous®. Our primary purpose is to carry the message – to help the still suffering compulsive overeater - through the Twelve Step recovery program of Overeaters Anonymous.

  • Contacts potential host groups and locates a host site that can accommodate a large group and three to four breakout sessions.
  • Works with a contact from the host group to set a date and time for the workshop.
  • Creates a publicity flyer, has it approved by NHI for distribution, and sends it to the website committee to post on the NHI website.
  • Recruits speakers for the panel.
  • Works with a contact from the host group to coordinate set-up of rooms with spaces to accommodate registration, sale of literature, sale of raffle tickets and/or beverages (at the discretion of the host group) and Ways and Means items.
  • Contacts the Ways & Means chair about setting up a table at the workshop.
  • Helps the host group contact with newspaper publicity.
  • Works with members of the host group to set up rooms and put up signage on the day of the workshop.
  • Selects committee members to moderate and monitor time during the workshop.
  • Distributes and collects feedback forms from attendees.
  • Helps members of the host group restore the facility to its original state after the workshop.
  • Prepares reports for NHI business meetings.

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Permission to use the Overeaters Anonymous logo was granted by the World Service Office of Overeaters Anonymous on March 30, 2016.