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Colorado SAA Intergroup

The Colorado SAA Intergroup manages the business of SAA in the State of Colorado and has four primary areas of responsibility:


  • To help SAA groups carry the SAA message to the addict who still suffers.
  • To provide shared and coordinated services and resources to individual members and the member SAA groups, e.g. the website, telephone line, and printed meeting lists.
  • To allow for the effective use of Colorado SAA funds.
  • To help disseminate information within the local SAA organization and to coordinate outreach and public information for SAA in the State of Colorado. There are currently 28 meetings within the geographic area served by Colorado SAA Intergroup.


Each group may elect its own Intergroup representative. These members provide input to Intergroup on the matters listed above and relay relevant information back to the groups they represent.


Monthly Intergroup Meetings

The Colorado SAA Intergroup meets the second Sunday of every month from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM via Zoom, and conducts quarterly face-to-face meetings. Please contact Chris G at 303.807.3072 for meeting information.

Any SAA member interested in the business of SAA may attend this meeting. If a matter is put to the group for a vote, these visitors may participate in the discussions, but will not be allowed to participate in the voting process.


Our Mission

Our mission is to carry the message of recovery to the sex addict in Colorado who still suffers.


Get Involved

There are always opportunities to get involved with the Colorado SAA Intergroup. Service work is a great way to enhance recovery, and work with other SAA members on initiatives that benefit the Fellowship as a whole.


  • Planning and facilitating Quarterly Speaker Meetings and Conferences
  • Inmate Outreach Program (letter writing and visitations)
  • ISO-sponsored projects
  • Area Assembly project

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