Sex Addiction - London, Ontario
Sexual & Relationship Addiction Recovery Groups: Helpline 519-435-6486

Who We Are


We are a coalition of sex and relationship addiction 12-step recovery groups in London and Southwestern Ontario. Our coalition "COSARG" consists of groups with affiliations with Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA), Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA), Codependents of Sex Addicts (COSA) and a Christian Men's Group. Meetings & times with links to descriptions of each of our member groups are listed here.
 
Our primary purpose is to carry the message of recovery to the sex and/or relationship addict that wants to stop their acting out behavior or behaviors. We know what it's like to carry the shame of this addiction and not even know that there is a safe place to turn for help. Our groups (valuing anonymity above all else) offer a safe place without judgement where we share openly and honestly the truth about where we are at. We obtain the support that we need, and, we work the 12-step program of recovery to break the cycle of addiction. While there are many different kinds of "acting out" behaviors, there is no-one "above" or "below" in our groups. Without exception, we are all accepted equally in our groups.

Who We Are Not


We are not a professional organization and our meetings do not provide a setting for individual or group counselling or therapy. Neither are we a referral and/or a crisis intervention service (if you are feeling suicidal, please call the Mental Health Crisis Service at 519-433-2023 immediately).

Summary


Our sole purpose is to help and support each other (as equals) with the common goal in mind of achieving sustainable long-term sobriety. If you are feeling a sense of hopelessness and/or desperation (often accompagnied with depression) please know that there is genuine hope, that sobriety is possible. If you question whether you even belong, please read the section on "How do I Know Whether I am a Sex Addict or Not ?". If you are ready to reach out, or, if you feel you may qualify but still have questions, please call us on our "Helpline". We help each other that way.