Resources for Recovery
The ISO of SAA
The International Service Organization of SAA conducts the business of SAA and provides literature and other services to the groups. More information can be found at the ISO’s website including a list of SAA meetings worldwide
Without the efforts of the ISO of Sex Addicts Anonymous, our recovery would not be possible. Without the ISO, SAA groups and intergroups would not only be autonomous, they would be isolated and fragmented. Communicating and coordinating within such a diverse and far flung membership is a huge challenge. Without the ISO, the challenge could not be met. We owe a debt of gratitude and service.
SAA approved literature can be ordered online at the ISO store
Purchases of literature and donations help the ISO maintain operations.
As an autonomous SAA fellowship, we have the freedom to post locally-written literature that has not received SAA conference approval. This is a precious gift. Since we are enjoying this level of freedom, it should be noted that the views expressed in these writings are those of the author, and may not reflect those of the Eugene SAA Intergroup, or SAA as a whole. We will be posting more literature as it becomes available.
Pacific Northwest SAA Fellowships
We are fortunate to have a large number of SAA groups in the Pacific Northwest. Our Intergroup stays in close contact with our neighbors to the north and south.
Other West Coast SAA Fellowships:
Other Recovery Fellowships
Sex Addicts Anonymous is not the only group that uses the 12 step model for addiction recovery. There are other groups, all of which are separate from Sex Addicts Anonymous. SAA does not endorse, finance, or lend the SAA name to other groups or outside enterprises. We do not endorse or oppose the content of their sites. These links are provided only as a service to SAA members and visitors.
COSA is a 12-step recovery program for men and women who are sexually codependent. COSA recognizes that sexual co-addiction is a disease with effects as devastating as sexual addiction. COSA is open to anyone whose life has been affected by a person with sexual compulsion, whether or not that person is still a part of their life.