The Las Vegas SAA Intergroup 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 ® (SAA). The views expressed on this website are those of the Las Vegas SAA Intergroup and do not necessarily represent those of Sex Addicts Anonymous ® as a whole. The official website of Sex Addicts Anonymous ® is overseen by the SAA/ISO through its Board of Trustees who are elected by delegates who represent its member groups.

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Sex Addicts Anonymous ®

Is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so they may overcome their sexual addiction and help others recover from sexual addiction or dependency.

Attending your first meeting?

 

You may attend your first meeting even if you are unsure whether you may be a sex addict and you are welcome to show up at any meeting on our schedule. There are no specific requirements for newcomers, but we do have traditions and formats that every member and meeting attendee must follow. Read more >

Is SAA for you?

Before coming to Sex Addicts Anonymous ®, many of us never knew that our problem had a name. All we knew was that we couldn't control our sexual behavior. For us, sex was a consuming way of life. Although the details of our stories were different, our problem was the same. We were addicted to sexual behaviors that we returned to over and over, despite the consequences. 

Can't make a meeting?

 

Although there are meetings held every day, many individuals seeking recovery may still find it difficult to make a scheduled meeting because of work or family responsibilities.  Help and support are still available and telemeetings are a great way to stay connected in the program.  Check out a list of telemeetings HERE

Is there support for my partner?

 

COSA is a twelve-step recovery program for partners, spouses and family members whose lives have been affected by another person's compulsive sexual behavior. COSA is an independent program and is not affiliated with SAA. If you would like more information please visit the Las Vegas COSA page >