• Each meeting should elect and send a representative to our monthly meeting on the third Saturday of each month. If your meeting does not have a representative, this is a great opportunity to step up and be of service.  Add your voice to the discussion and carry the message back to your individual meetings.  Questions to intergroup can be sent to intergroup@scalos angeles.org. Highlights from June meeting: All SCA Los Angeles area meetings will take Read more >>

  •   The 2020 International Service Organization of SCA (ISO) annual conference was held via zoom April 17th – 19th. Due to the current Covid19 guidelines ISO used zoom for our 2020 conference.  This option gave some members the chance to login and follow the proceedings throughout the weekend.  Here are some highlights: Most regions have seen a positive response to zoom.  Meeting attendance has increased at most meetings and discussions have been had to possibly Read more >>

  •   Due to the social distancing restrictions and guidelines for Covid-19 Coronavirus, SCA Los Angeles recommends suspending all in person meetings. SCA Los Angeles Intergroup is providing all area meetings access to phone/online meetings via zoom.com You can access your current meeting at it’s current time via your smartphone, computer or dialing in with a phone. Click here for instructions. Individuals sent by the courts should email us at court@scalosangeles.org with questions.  

  • Intergroup can use financial support with individual donations from members of the Los Angeles fellowship. Help carry the message to the sexual compulsives who still suffer.  Intergroup has ambitious plans for outreach and we can only do this with the support of the fellowship. Make a one-time contribution or set up a monthly contribution via the PayPal link below. $1 – $2 dollars given at a meeting does not make it past paying the rent Read more >>

  • SCA Los Angeles outreach booth at LA Pride June 8th & 9th. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CAME TO VOLUNTEER AT OUR PRIDE BOOTH. This year we participated at “Pride on the Boulevard” which was the free part of LA Pride open to the general public.