Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous is a fellowship of recovering food addicts. It is not affiliated with any organization, and members do not pay dues. It is open to the public and there are no dues. You can contact the group to find out about its next meeting, which is held on a weekly basis. If you are suffering from an eating disorder, you can also join FAALoop, an online group that responds to a topic that is posted on a weekly basis.
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous is a tax-exempt group, welcoming people of all faiths and nationalities. The meetings are open to the general public, and there are no dues. The fellowship has over 30 meetings in the San Francisco Bay Area. This group is open to anyone who suffers from an eating disorder, and the meetings are held at various locations. Although the fellowship is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, it is open to all.
While Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous is open to men and women, it is not exclusive. Teens and women can also join. In the group, members must keep a record of the foods they consume. The food portions must be regulated. Keeping a diary is an important aspect of the program. Participants must monitor their food intake, and must eat only a certain amount at certain times. A member of the group must also not overeat or eat excessively.