Find an OA Meeting

PPSI serves several OA meetings in the

Southern Colorado Area.

[Scroll down for links to other areas as well as phone and online meetings.]

Colorado Springs Meetings:

(#38566) Monday 5:30 pm 

Victorian House at First Lutheran Church

1515 North Cascade, Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Contact: Vanya (719) 641-9213

(#40997) Tuesday 9:00 am 

Victorian House at First Lutheran Church

1515 North Cascade, Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Contact:  Esther (719) 644-1337

(#26743) Tuesday 6:45 pm 

Wesley House at St Paul’s United Methodist Church

2115 Carlton Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Contact: Judy (719) 510-8548

(#54266) Thursday 9:00 am 

Peak Vista Community Health Center

722 S Wahsatch St, Colorado Springs, CO 80905

Contact: Mary (719) 205-9080

(#52166) Friday 12:00 noon (Men’s Meeting)

BethEl Mennonite Church

4625 Ranch Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Contact: Jim (719) 351-1704

(#34295) Saturday 9:00 am 

BethEl Mennonite Church (Back Wing)

4625 Ranch Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Contact: Barb (719) 633-1474


(#54146) Monday 7:00 pm

United Methodist Church

3rd & Onarga Avenue, Paonia, CO 81428

Contact: Kay (970) 270-0819 /


(#46509) Friday 10:00 am 

Spanish Peaks Library in Walsenburg – Meeting held upstairs (elevator available).

Contact: Norma Jean W. (719) 738-1216 /


(#51041) OA Meeting

Arriba, CO (20 miles East of Limon)

Contact: Patricia T. (719) 768-3210 / 

Canon City

(#54004) OA Meeting

Canon City, CO

Contact: Maizy M. (719) 285-5999 / 


(#54695) OA Meeting

Cortez, CO

Contact: Whitney W. (970) 799-2183 / whitney 

Intergroup Meeting:

The Pikes Peak Serenity Intergroup meets monthly on the 2nd Saturday of the month (after the Saturday Meeting). 10:15 am – 11:30 am

Beth-El Mennonite Church – 4625 Ranch Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Other Overeaters Anonymous Meetings

Overeaters Anonymous offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. Worldwide meetings and other tools provide a fellowship of experience, strength and hope where members respect one another’s anonymity. OA charges no dues or fees; it is self-supporting through member contributions.

OA is not just about weight loss, weight gain or maintenance, or obesity or diets. It addresses physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. It is not a religious organization and does not promote any particular diet.

OA members differ in many ways, but we are united by our common disease and the solution we have found in the OA program. We practice unity with diversity, and we welcome everyone who wants to stop eating compulsively. Welcome to Overeaters Anonymous. Welcome home.