This is an Intergroup sponsored website representing all S.L.A.A. groups in the Sacramento, Sierra, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus Regions. We in no way speak for S.L.A.A. as a whole. For information about other regions, or about S.L.A.A. in general, please visit S.L.A.A.’s international website: S.L.A.A. Fellowship Wide Services.
S.L.A.A. is a Twelve Step and Twelve Tradition oriented recovery fellowship. The only requirement for S.L.A.A. membership is the desire to stop living out a pattern of sex and love addiction. If you think you have a problem with sex and love addiction, you are not alone. We encourage you to:
- Learn more on the Fellowship Wide Services website.
- Attend a local meeting. Unless otherwise noted, all meetings listed on this website are open to Newcomers.
- Read the The 40 Questions of S.L.A.A., as well as the other recommended S.L.A.A. literature.
If you have any questions, we hope you will contact us.
Our Intergroup does not speak for all of S.L.A.A. This website is not the official S.L.A.A. Fellowship-Wide Services (F.W.S.) website. We are autonomous except in matters affecting other Groups or S.L.A.A. as a whole.
S.L.A.A. does not diagnose or treat mental disorders; services provided are educational and involve social support, but are in no way intended as a replacement for psychotherapy.
Information disclosed to S.L.A.A. will not be revealed to anyone except where disclosure is required by law. However, it is important to note that the Internet is not secure, thus participants self-disclose at their own risk. Disclosure of information by S.L.A.A. may be legally required in the following circumstances: where there is reasonable suspicion of child abuse or elder physical abuse; where there is a reasonable suspicion that the individual presents a danger of violence to others or where the individual is likely to harm him or herself unless protective measures are taken. Disclosure may also be required in legal proceedings.