Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (S.L.A.A.)

Fellowship-Wide Services (F.W.S.)

What is an S.L.A.A. Meeting like?

S.L.A.A. meetings are an opportunity for members to share their experience, strength, and hope in recovery from sex and love addiction.  Gathering with other sex and love addicts at an S.L.A.A. meeting is the primary way we learn how to get sober and maintain recovery.  By giving and receiving support from others like us, we not only have a better chance of recovering, but we also begin to learn how to engage with people in a non-addictive way.  You will learn how the Twelve Steps work and how, by working them with a sponsor or recovery partner, you can get and stay sober.

Members identify themselves by first name only. Meetings may have different formats relating to specific topics such Step Study, Newcomer, Speaker, Getting Current, etc. Meetings may be Closed (for those seeking recovery only) or Open to all persons.

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