What are SAA and IISAA
Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA™) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may stop their compulsive sexual behavior and help others to recover from sexual addiction and dependency. The Indiana Intergroup of Sex Addicts Anonymous (IISAA) is an autonomous registered fellowship composed of registered groups of recovering sex addicts who follow the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Sex Addicts Anonymous.
The primary purpose of this web site is to reach out to sex addicts in Indiana and the surrounding area who still suffer and to serve and support the groups and members of IISAA. If you have a problem with sexual addiction, please read on - this site is for you.
The views expressed on this website are those of the Indiana Intergroup and do not necessarily represent those of Sex Addicts Anonymous as a whole. The official website of Sex Addicts Anonymous (http://www.saa-recovery.org) is overseen by the ISO of SAA™, Inc., through its Board of Trustees who are elected by delegates who represent its member groups.
Who May Join?
Membership is open to all who share a desire to stop compulsive sexual behavior and who are willing to follow this simple program. While sexual sobriety is a goal, it is not a requirement for attendance or participation. If you are concerned that you or someone you know may have a problem with sexual addiction, you are invited to assess your situation with the questionnaire on this website.
What Are The Guides?
The Sex Addicts Anonymous program is founded on the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of SAA. They are based on the steps and traditions of AA, however, Sex Addicts Anonymous is not affiliated with AA or any other organization or agency. It is not a religious organization or aligned with any sect or denomination. Rather, it is a spiritual program based on progress rather than perfection.
Anonymity and Confidentiality
Anonymity and confidentiality are the cornerstones of Sex Addicts Anonymous. Only first names are used. Status and position outside of the group is not an issue. Our common bond is the desire to stop compulsive sexual behavior and to live a sexually healthy life. Anonymity and confidentiality are essential for a Sex Addicts Anonymous meeting being a safe place.
How Are Sex Addicts Anonymous and IISAA Financed?
Sex Addicts Anonymous and IISAA are supported from voluntary contributions of its members. There are no outside donations. There are no fees or dues. The "hat is passed" at each meeting and contributions are freely received. Sex Addicts Anonymous and IISAA are funded by donations from its members.
Where Can I Get More Information?
More information, links to other regional Sex Addicts Anonymous websites and other sexual addiction recovery sites, may be found at the official website of SAA.
You may also get more information by contacting IISAA at 855 784-8739. You may leave a message and your call will be returned by a volunteer.