"Before coming to Sex Addicts Anonymous, many of us never knew that our problem had a name. All we knew was that we couldn't control our sexual behavior. For us, sex was a consuming way of life. Although the details of our stories were different, our problem was the same. We were addicted to sexual behaviors that we returned to over and over, despite the consequences."
from the book, Sex Addicts Anonymous, page 3, Chapter One: "Our Addiction" (© Copyright 2007- 2014 International Service Organization of SAA, Inc.)
Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so they may overcome their sexual addiction and help others recover from sexual addiction and dependency.
A new "Boundary" meeting is available for healthcare, counseling, clergy, and others in healing professions.
This recently-formed Saturday 9 A.M (1 hour) telemeeting is now an SAA meeting, following the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions of SAA
Please contact DJ at (206) 618-7973, or email email@example.com, to get access numbers for the meeting.
Join us for our quarterly Speaker's Meeting at St. Paul's UCC in Ballard on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Potluck dinner will be at 5:30pm with the Speakers from 7-9pm. Download the flyer (PDF 413KB) and take copies to your meeting. This is an open event organized and operated in cooperation with the fellowships of SAA and COSA.
Puget Sound SAA Intergroup has a new meeting schedule. The Intergroup will meet on the 3rd Saturday, 4 times a year (January, April, July and October) at 4:00 PM in the Library before the SAA & COSA Speakers Meeting at 7 P.M and potluck at 5:30 - 7 P.M. Location: St. Paul's UCC Church, 6512 12th Ave NW at NW 65th St, Seattle, usually in the library. All SAA members are welcome.
The Annual Meeting is held at the annual retreat, usually in August or September.
This year the Annual Intergroup meeting is planned for 10:00, Saturday, September 13th, at the Annual Retreat.
The Seventh Tradition ensures that every SAA group takes full responsibility for its own needs and expenses. As addicts, we were often all too ready to shirk responsibility and allow others to take care of us, clean up our messes, and attend to the necessities of life. In the program we learn instead to be accountable for ourselves and our recovery.
Sex Addicts Anonymous, page 87
Donations will be accepted from SAA members and meetings only. If you are not a member, do not donate.
How to donate to the Intergroup:
Send check or money order to the mailing address:
PS SAA IntergroupBring your donation to an Intergroup meeting or and Intergroup Representative:
P.O. Box 1931
Issaquah, WA 98027-0079