SAA is open to women and men, regardless of age, race,
religion, ethnic background, marital status, or occupation.

We welcome members of any sexual identity or orientation,
whether they are gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, or transgender.
SAA - OTTAWA
613-786-1060

info@saaottawa.org
You Are Not Alone In Your Struggle
 
 ** Due to community centre closures by the City of Ottawa, in light of the ongoing prevention for the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, all meetings have been cancelled until further notice. Some are being evaluated on a weekly basis. Those in community centres (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday) are presently suspended until June 2020.
As a temporary measure, some groups have established virtual meetings. For information on when these meetings are being held and how to connect, please contact us via our phone line at 613-786-1060 or via email at info@saaottawa.org. You may also use either of these to reach out to us for support.
Those seeking to reach out are still encouraged to call the SAA Ottawa Phoneline 613-786-1060. Alternatively, there are numerous phone meetings via the International Service Organization which can be found at http://saatalk.org or online meetings at http://saaonline.org. Further updates will be posted to this page as the situation develops. **
WHO ARE WE?
We are a fellowship of men and women from the surrounding Ottawa region who follow the Twelve Steps of Sex Addicts Anonymous® and share our experiences, strengths and hope with each other for the purpose of finding freedom from addictive sexual behavior and helping others recover from sex addiction.

WANT TO JOIN?
The only requirement for membership in SAA-Ottawa is the desire to stop addictive sexual behavior. This is the only requirement. There are no fees or dues. 

HOW DO MEETINGS WORK?


Local meetings offer an accepting, non-threatening environment where we can share our common struggles and learn how to apply the principles of the Twelve Steps to our everyday lives. Local groups are self-supporting from voluntary contributions of their members. 
 

Here is a list of the current active SAA meetings:


07:00 PM - 08:30 PM Courage to Recover
Heron Road Community Centre           
3rd Floor
1480 Heron Road
Open To All Men & Women Seeking Help
Closed to visitors and public

SHARING IN ENGLISH & FRENCH ENCOURAGED
PLEASE CALL THE INFO LINE IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO ATTEND THE MEETING FOR THE FIRST TIME.

08:00 PM - 09:30 PM Hope & Recovery
Overbrook Community Centre           
33 Quill Street
Open To All Men & Women Seeking Help
Closed to visitors and public
PLEASE CALL THE INFO LINE IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO ATTEND THE MEETING FOR THE FIRST TIME.
19h00 PM - 20h30 PM    
 
 
De la honte à la grâce                        
Centre McNabb
180, rue Percy
Ouvert à tous les hommes et femmes      
francophone cherchant de l'aide
Fermé aux visiteurs et le public

FRENCH FORMAT MEETING ONLY
VEUILLEZ APPELEZ LA LIGNE INFO SI VOUS PRÉVOYEZ PARTICIPER À LA RENCONTRE POUR LA PREMIÈRE FOIS.
08:00 PM - 09:30 PM New Hope
St. Stephens Presbyterian Church
Jean Sparks Rm, 2nd Floor
579 Parkdale Ave. (at Sherwood Ave.)
Open To All Men & Women Seeking Help
Closed to visitors and public
PLEASE CALL THE INFO LINE IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO ATTEND THE MEETING FOR THE FIRST TIME.
08:00 PM - 09:30 PM

 
A Gentle Path
St. Stephens Presbyterian Church
Jean Sparks Rm, 2nd Floor
579 Parkdale Ave. (at Sherwood Ave.)
Open To All Men & Women Seeking Help
Closed to visitors and public


PLEASE CALL THE INFO LINE IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO ATTEND THE MEETING FOR THE FIRST TIME.
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

 
Answers In The Heart
Jack Purcell Community Centre
2nd Floor
320 Jack Purcell Lane (off Elgin Street)
Open To All Men & Women Seeking Help
Closed to visitors and public


PLEASE CALL THE INFO LINE IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO ATTEND THE MEETING FOR THE FIRST TIME.
DO YOU HAVE PRIVACY CONCERNS?
We practice strict anonymity and confidentiality, so that our meetings are a safe and secure place for all of us. Whom we meet or what is said in a meeting is considered as confidential.