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What is an S.L.A.A. Intergroup?

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An Intergroup is an assembly of representatives from area S.L.A.A. Groups whose purpose is to provide information and to those seeking help with sex and love .

What are the functions of an Intergroup?

  • Maintain and provide a Local Meeting List to the Community
  • Relay important S.L.A.A. information and news from F.W.S.
  • Encourage and Promote Different Types of
  • Special Meetings, Retreats or Conferences
  • Elect and send a Delegate to the Annual Business Meeting
  • Hold Special for Fun or for Fund-raising
  • Determine How are Used
  • Staff Help Lines or Call Centers
  • Get the word out to the Community about S.L.A.A. through Outreach
  • Publish Intergroup Newsletters
  • Maintain an Intergroup
  • Elect Officers and Other Positions
  • Maintain Archives/Records for the Intergroup
  • Host the International Recovery Convention

If your new or existing S.L.A.A. Group is looking for an Intergroup to join, go to slaafws.org/meetings.  If there is an Intergroup within your area or at a reasonable distance, them to request to be added as a Group.  Next, get registered with F.W.S. at https://slaafws.org/groupregform.  Your new Group should meet 3 times before registering.

But there isn’t an Intergroup in my area.

If your Group has no Intergroup established in the region to join, that Group is called a Lone Group.  While it is better to have the support of an Intergroup for the resources above, Lone Groups are recognized by Fellowship-Wide Services and are listed individually on the Directory at slaafws.org/meetings.

Multiple Lone Groups in an area can form an Intergroup, and it is recommended to do so if possible.  Please contact F.W.S. for more information at https://slaafws.org/contact or visit https://slaafws.org/startanintergroup.

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