Important COVID-19 Notice Update:
While the Zoom meetings continue, some meetings have gone back to “Face to Face” following COVID-19 compliance as mandated by the Counties where they are located (please check the County guidelines). Please refer to our Meeting Locations Calendar.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, and in consideration of various government orders and actions taken by many of our meeting venues (e.g., hospitals and medical centers), Please avail yourselves of using your phones and computers to communicate with members as often as is practical.
Also consider attending national or international phone meetings (click here for a link to the phone meeting website) to maintain your connection with the fellowship. Your ongoing participation in the fellowship helps you and others.
Weekend list of workshops and best practices to avoid self-isolating:
Visit https://www.sa.org/events/ for more information.
Local events, such as Unity Day, Step Workshops, and fellowship outings, as well as Regional and International events.
Statement of Principle
We have a solution. We don’t claim it’s for everybody, but for us, it works. If you identify with us and think you may share our problem, we’d like to share our solution with you (Sexaholics Anonymous, 2).
In defining sobriety, we do not speak for those outside Sexaholics Anonymous. We can only speak for ourselves. Thus, for the married sexaholic, sexual sobriety means having no form of sex with self or with persons other than the spouse. In SA’s sobriety definition, the term “spouse” refers to one’s partner in a marriage between a man and a woman. For the unmarried sexaholic, sexual sobriety means freedom from sex of any kind. And for all of us, single and married alike, sexual sobriety also includes progressive victory over lust (Sexaholics Anonymous 191-192).
Passed by the General Delegate Assembly February 2010
The only requirement for SA membership is a desire to stop lusting and become sexually sober according to the SA sobriety definition.
Any two or more sexaholics gathered together for SA sobriety according to the SA sobriety definition may call themselves a SA group.
Meetings that do not adhere to and follow Sexaholics Anonymous’ sobriety statement as set forth in the foregoing Statement of Principle adopted by the General Delegate Assembly in 2010 are not SA meetings and shall not call themselves SA meetings.
Addendum to the Statement of Principle passed by the General Delegate Assembly on July 2016.
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“Keep coming back; it works…
if you work it, so work it ’cause you’re worth it!”
Welcome to the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of Sexaholics Anonymous. SA is a program of recovery for those who want to stop their sexually self-destructive thinking and behavior. To help you decide if you have a problem with lust and sexually self-destructive behavior, you may wish to read selected items from our literature. You may also obtain information on how to purchase literature at the Northern California SA Intergroup site.
Here you will find locations for Information Meetings in the greater Northern California area (excluding the greater Sacramento and Central Valley areas). Print out a meeting directory and keep a copy with you. Before joining a group, prospective members are suggested to first attend an Information Meeting if possible. However, always remember that newcomers are welcome to any and all meetings.
About Sexaholics Anonymous
Sexaholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop lusting and become sexually sober. There are no dues or fees for SA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. SA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sexually sober and help others to achieve sexual sobriety. Sexaholics Anonymous is a recovery program based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and received permission from AA to use its Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions in 1979.