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S.L.A.A. Los Angeles Intergroup 

 

 

Los Angeles Intergroup meets once a month, usually on the Second Sunday. Representatives join from over 70 meetings throughout the Los Angeles area, including Atwater Village, Brentwood, Burbank, Culver City, East Hollywood, Glendale, Hancock Park, Hollywood, Long Beach, Mar Vista, North Hollywood, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Silver Lake, Venice, Ventura, West Hollywood, and Woodland Hills.  All S.L.A.A. members are welcome to attend Intergroup meetings and participate in discussion, but only Group Reps and Intergroup Service Position holders may vote on Intergroup business.

 

To read more about Intergroup, download the L. A. Intergroup Service Manual. 

 

Meeting time:  Sign-in, Donations and other business: 3:15 - 3:30 PM,  Meeting: 3:30-5PM 

Upcoming Intergroup meetings:

Sunday January 14 3:30 PM show up at 3:15 to pick up literature

Sunday February 11 3:30 PM

Silverlake Community Church Fellowship Hall (INSIDE BUILDING) 

2930 Hyperion Ave Los Angeles, CA 90027

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On Zoom - click here to email the secretary to be added to the distribution for the agenda and Zoom link

 

If you missed the last meeting, the most recent minutes are available for download here.

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Monthly Meetings of S.L.A.A. Los Angeles Intergroup 

S.L.A.A. Los Angeles Intergroup is a service arm of Fellowship-Wide Services (F.W.S.)/The Augustine Fellowship.  To support our fellowship in reaching out to the addict who still suffers, Intergroup consolidates resources of individual meetings and carries out projects that would be difficult for a single meeting to achieve. Intergroup Officers and Meeting Representatives meet once a month to exchange information, vote on motions, distribute S.L.A.A. Literature and develop other projects. 

S.L.A.A. Los Angeles, Inc. is a Nonprofit 501(c)(3)

S.L.A.A. Los Angeles, Inc. is a non-profit Public Benefit Corporation chartered in the State of California, and is exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  The purposes of the corporation are to be of service, through a Twelve-Step program of recovery modeled after Alcoholics Anonymous, to those persons who identify themselves as sex and love addicts. The principle we follow in all matters is to be in accordance with the spirit of the Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts for World Service.    

 

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