SAA Online Meetings

saa online meetings

SAA meetings are held in a variety of venues, including in-person and online. The meetings are based on the 12-step recovery program and offer support, daily accountability, and a spiritual life filled with hope.

Online meetings are a great way for members to connect with other group members and stay updated on the latest developments in the field. However, there are some things to keep in mind when attending an online meeting.

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What is SAA?

SAA meetings are an important part of the 12-Step recovery program. They provide a safe place for people to talk about their experiences with sexual addiction and share the strength that they have found in their recovery.

Meetings usually last 60 to 90 minutes and are conducted by an experienced member, who is called a trusted servant. The meeting starts with an optional opening prayer, followed by prepared readings, a chance to introduce yourself, and then a sharing session.

Online Meetings are a way to connect with other members without having to physically meet in person. They can be held on a variety of platforms, including Zoom and Meetn.

Online meetings are a good way to stay connected with the community and get the support that you need. However, you should be aware of the SAA Safety Policy. This policy protects members from harassment and discrimination during online meetings. If you experience any issues, please contact the Executive Director of SAA or local law enforcement.


The SAA fellowship holds weekly meetings in a variety of locations and online, with the option to attend from anywhere. These meetings provide a support network for those who are seeking recovery from sex addiction.

These meetings adhere to the principles of the Twelve Steps and the Fellowship of Sex Addicts Anonymous. They use the Twelve Steps to help people recover from their addictions and build a spiritual life filled with hope.

Online meetings are important to the SAA community, as they encourage the exchange of ideas and promote diversity. However, they must also be safe and harassment-free to ensure that all members can participate.

Meetings should also be accessible for people with vision, hearing, mobility or cognitive issues. The Society provides information and resources to help groups make their meetings and workshops accessible.

It is important to note that sex addiction recovery requires abstinence from specific sexual behaviors. Any group that does not meet this standard may not call itself an SA meeting, but is instead considered a self-help support group.


Online meetings are a great way to stay connected with your local sex addiction community without having to travel to a meeting in person. These meetings are hosted on a variety of different platforms including Zoom, Google Hangouts and a host of other options.

Literature is an important part of the SAA recovery experience. The International Service Organization (ISO) of SAA publishes official literature such as the Green Book and various topic-specific booklets, pamphlets and books to assist sex addicts on their road to recovery.

In addition to the Green Book, other literature available to sex addicts includes the Voices of Recovery a daily meditation book written by members of SAA around the world. Some of this literature may be available for free while others can only be purchased in physical formats. It’s a good idea to check out all the literature available to you as it will help you to decide which type of literature is right for you.


Meetings online are a great way to stay connected with your fellow members. These meetings are also a great way to learn more about SAA and how it works.

Those who have a sexual addiction are invited to attend these meetings, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or religion. Some SAA meetings are men-only or women-only, but all of them have been designed to be safe for those who want to recover from addictive sexual behavior.

As you get closer to recovery, you might be looking for a sponsor, who is someone with experience in the SAA program and a strong desire to help others. In SAA, sponsorship is a vital relationship that can grow into a friendship, which can then lead to long-term recovery.