Special focus meetings

These meetings have been developed to have a focus on particular groups of people.

Minors – under 18 years

Due to the nature of our disease there are currently no meetings for people under 18 years of age. We do understand that sex addiction starts early. After all we share our experience to identify with each other and then focus on sharing about our recovery

We know this disease can start young. We want to help you, please read our literature on the international website

If you are in the USA call 1.800.477.8191

Sex workers

We Are Priceless’ is a safe space where former sex workers, and current sex workers who are seeking to leave the industry, can heal together.

The We Are Priceless meeting webpage has information on the meeting. Please contact saa.xsw@gmail the group by email, see this document for further information – Former sex worker information – PDF


A professional meeting is for people who may feel their career is particularly sensitive to an identification with sex addiction. Meetings are available for professionals.

Professional community

The term Professional Community is used for people who may be assisting patients, or others to seek support from SAA. See the leaflet Introducing SAA to the Professional Community.

In prison

Vancouver, BC Canada
Prison Meetings:
For information about SAA meetings in prisons in the USA, please contact us:
SAA Intergroup
PO BOX 4941, Stn. Terminal
Vancouver, BC, V6B 4A6

Sex offenders (levels 1, 2 or 3)

Breaking the Chains is a Zoom meeting for level 2 and level 3 sex offenders (USA focus, but anyone who identifies as a sex addict is welcome to attend.

Saturday, 10 AM CT. The meeting webpage has information and who to contact.

“As a fellowship, Sex Addicts Anonymous is open to anyone with a desire to stop addictive sexual behavior. Some groups, however, have made the autonomous decision to gear their meetings towards a specific group within the fellowship. For example, there are meetings for men, women, gays and lesbians, sexual anorexics, professionals, and those who have committed felonious behaviors. Such meetings are to allow those of us who attend them to speak more freely, to get the opportunity to meet with others who may understand us better, or to better protect our anonymity.”

–Sex Addicts Anonymous, Tradition Three, page 82. (Emphasis added.)

Contact SAA headquarters

ISO of SAA, PO BOX 70949, Houston, TX 77270 USA


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