S.L.A.A. Meeting for those members who have had OR could have consequences as a result of their acting out behaviors
The need for anonymity and safety in our meetings is critical to the successful, ongoing recovery of our members. No where more so than when it comes to our members who have violated the law acting out.
Members of the Delaware Valley area S.L.A.A. community have come together to create a meeting specifically designed to create a space where recovering members of S.L.A.A. can come to safely discuss issues of their acting out in ways that would classify them as an offender. The behaviors shared at this meeting are not easily shared at a traditional meeting. And as the saying goes, “We are only as sick as our secrets”. Often times a recovering victim is in attendance at a traditional meeting, and therefore, a closed meeting for offenders only is needed to help end the offending behaviors and to protect the victims.
Meeting Time and Location
Location: Newtown, PA
Day/Time: Wednesdays 8:30 to 9:45 pm
Attendees: Only Open to those Men & Women who have had or could have had Legal Consequences as a result of their behaviors.
Contact: Michael S. prior to attendance by clicking here to complete an e-mail contact form.
Who Is anOffender?
We define an Offender as any man or woman whose sexual actions have violated the laws of our land or have violated the sexual boundaries of others.
- Those sexually-related activities that victimize another
- Misdemeanors such as: sexual harassment, exhibitionism, voyeurism, indecent phone calls, and indecent liberties
- Felonies such as: child molestation, child pornography, incest, seducing another from a position of trust, and rape.
- Embezzlement to fund acting out behaviors
Behaviors may also include crimes such as prostitution and soliciting prostitutes, where exploitation and victimization are often components.
- Meghan’s Law
- Loss of Professional License
We use a meeting format similar to most S.L.A.A. meetings. We are a safe “closed meeting,” meaning that our meetings are only open to those seeking their own personal recovery from Sex and Love addiction. In addition, the meeting is open only to men and women who identify as offenders. The attendees work with one another and focus on ways to prevent recidivism. We use also utilize a feedback format that allows questions and answers to the many legal concerns of the offender. We have consulted with several defense attorneys as well as the Bucks County Adult Probation Department. We have their complete support in our efforts. We also have direct access to two on site therapists who support S.L.A.A. & 12 step recovery. Other 12 step resources are available as well.
You can feel safe at our meeting …. Come “Out of the Shadows” – You are no longer alone…