Ontario Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
You are not alone.
Welcome to the Ontario Intergroup website for SLAA. You are not alone.
Attending a meeting is often the first step towards recovery. By attending a meeting, you can find recovery books and pamphlets available for free or for purchase.
Click one of the formats below to view our current meeting list:
Contact Ontario S.L.A.A. for more information. An S.L.A.A. volunteer will discreetly respond to your inquiry.
Toronto Messageline: 416-486-8201
Closed Meetings. Closed meetings are open to all sex and love addicts, and also to anyone who thinks they might be a sex and love addict (newcomers).
Open Meetings. An open meeting is open to anyone who wants to find out more about recovery from sex and love addiction.
Newcomer. People who think that they might be a sex and love addict who are new to S.L.A.A. The only requirement for S.L.A.A. membership is a desire to stop living out a pattern of sex and love addiction.
S.L.A.A. member. Any S.L.A.A. participant who has a desire to stop living out a pattern of sex and love addiction.
Sobriety. Initially, a state of abstinence from addictive bottom-line behaviours; often accompanied by the return of sanity, choice, and personal dignity that comes from abstaining from bottom-line behaviours.
Sponsor. A person who works closely with another member to provide individual support and guidance in applying the S.L.A.A. Twelve Steps/Twelve Traditions program. A sponsor should be a person we are not in danger of acting out with, nor are likely to find intrigue with.
13th-stepping. Manipulating another person in recovery, especially a newcomer, into a sexual, emotional, or romantic relationship and/or for personal or financial gain.
Our Ontario Intergroup does not speak for all of S.L.A.A. This website is not the official S.L.A.A. Fellowship-Wide Services website. We are autonomous except in matters affecting other Groups or S.L.A.A. as a whole.
Disclaimer: Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous neither endorses nor recommends the following organizations; their sites are identified only to provide individuals with the opportunity to learn about other Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition recovery Groups dealing with addiction to sex, love, and relationships.
Links to other "S" fellowships. If you cannot find an S.L.A.A. meeting in your area, try one of the other "S" fellowships active in Ontario: Sex Addicts Anonymous; Sexaholics Anonymous; Sexual Compulsives Anonymous. Spouses or partners of people in "S" Fellowships may get help at COSA Recovery; S-Anon International Family Groups.