According to our traditions each SAA group should be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions. Face-to-face groups pass the pot at each meeting and members are free to contribute as they can and as they see appropriate. This is not always possible in a telemeeting, however the telemeetings listed on this website have created a service board called the Telemeeting Intergroup to help them carry the message of the Twelve Steps of SAA to the sex addict who still suffers. Services provided by the Intergroup which groups cannot easily provide in isolation include:

  • This website
  • Newsletters
  • A members shared contact list
  • Cost-effective conferencing services for autonomous meetings
  • A transparent channel for seventh tradition donations
  • Taking general telemeeting issues to other bodies
  • Setting up workshops and forums
  • Any other initiatives relevant to telephone, webcall and online text meetings

According to our traditions the Telemeeting Intergroup can only accept donations from members. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop addictive sexual behaviour. Members can donate by check to:

SAA Telemeeting Intergroup
P.O. Box 62
Windsor, CO 80550

or by credit card, debit card or Paypal account via Paypal:

The Intergroup donates any money not required for the services listed above to the International Service Organisation of Sex Addicts Anonymous, which provides services to groups around the world and with which most SAA groups and the Intergroup itself are registered. In addition to supporting Telemeetings by donating via the Intergroup, members may also donate directly to the ISO, particularly with personal regular donations by joining ISO Lifeline Partners.

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