Who can attend a meeting?
Any adult who believes they have, or might have, a problem with addictive sexual behavior may attend an SAA meeting, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation (or lack thereof) or any other factor. Please note that certain meetings are designated men's, women's, or mixed. Please check the meetings schedule to determine which meeting is best for you.
Who can NOT attend a meeting?
Anyone who does not have a problem with addictive sexual behavior may NOT attend an SAA meeting. This includes:
Are there any requirements for attending meetings?
My spouse/partner has a problem with sex addiction.
Can I attend a meeting?
What is a closed meeting?
A closed meeting is exclusively for adult people who have a desire to stop addictive sexual behavior. Helping professionals doing research on behalf of their clients, journalists, and researchers in the field of sexual addiction can not attend meetings. Instead, please refer to the information on the For the Media link on the SAA International web site.
What does it cost to join SAA?
How do I know whether the program is right for me?
If you feel powerless to curtail or stop the unhealthy behavior and you feel it is causing or may cause serious problems for your health, job, relationships, finances or any other aspect of your life, you might benefit from the program. We offer a free self-evaluation you can take on the Newcomer page as well.
I think I have a sex addiction problem. What meeting should I attend?
How do I find a meeting in the North Bay area?
Are there any online meetings that I can attend if I am traveling and out-of-town?