What is an intergroup?

When several groups form in an area, they tend to realise that many tasks are more easily performed together rather than independently.Figures holding hands across the world

Groups may form an Intergroup to be directly responsible to those groups it serves. Intergroups provide service for local groups, and provide information about OA in the community (adapted from OA Handbook for Members, Groups, Intergroups).

Intergroups in Region Ten

Australia

Adelaide Intergroup
PO BOX 986 Tynte Street
North Adelaide SA 5006
adelaideoa.welcome@gmail.com
Visit Adelaide Intergroup website

Melbourne Intergroup
70 Punt Road
Windsor, VIC 3181
+61 3 9521 3696
oa.melb@gmail.com
Visit Melbourne Intergroup website

Perth Intergroup
Overeaters Anonymous Perth
2 Delhi Street
West Perth, WA 6005
+61 8 9420 7254
Perth@OARegion10.org
Vist Perth Intergroup website

Queensland Intergroup
PO Box 15015
City East QLD 4002
+61 7 3030 3619
oaqldsecretary@gmail.com
Visit Queensland Intergroup website

Sydney Intergroup
PO Box 35
Dulwich Hill, NSW 2203
+61 2 9518 3004
Sydney@OARegion10.org
Visit Sydney Intergroup website

China

China Intergroup
OAChinaIG@outlook.com

Japan

Japan International Intergroup
oatokyo@gmail.com

Japan Language Service Board (JLSB)
oajapan_20151212@yahoo.co.jp
Visit JLSB website

New Zealand

Auckland Intergroup
aucklandoa@gmail.com
Visit Auckland Intergroup website

Central North Island Intergroup
PO Box 19128
Hamilton Central
Hamilton 3244
+64 7 839 1599
oahamigsecretary@gmail.com
Visit Central North Island Intergroup website

Te Waipounamu/South Island Intergroup
+64 3 365 3812
oasouthislandnz@gmail.com
Visit Te Waipounamu/South Island Intergroup website

Wellington Intergroup
PO Box 5332
Wellington 6145
+64 4 384 8821
overeaters.anonymous.wellington@gmail.comĀ 

Visit Wellington Intergroup website

South Korea

South Korea Intergroup
s.koreaoa@gmail.com
Visit South Korea Intergroup website

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