“Reading recovery literature is another important tool of the program. It helps to educate, motivate, and inspire us. Reading SAA literature helps us learn how to stay sober and work a recovery program specifically tailored for us.”

— Sex Addicts Anonymous, p. 64

The Sex Addicts Anonymous “Green Book” is the basic text of the SAA fellowship. It explains sex addiction from the SAA perspective and demonstrates, through examples, how sex addiction worsens over time. It describes the personal powerlessness and unmanageability of sex addiction, and the damage to personal relationships, livelihoods, and physical health that is often caused by addictive behavior.  Most importantly, “The Green Book” provides us with a program of recovery by which we can escape our addiction’s grasp and bring hope to other addicts who still suffer.

Voices of Recovery is a daily meditation book written and produced by the SAA International Service Organization. This book is not the work of a single person, but a collection of writings from members of SAA around the globe.  Each meditation is a reflection on an individual member’s experience, strength, and hope in their own recovery process.

The SAA International Service Organization also publishes numerous pamphlets which serve to introduce our program of recovery to newcomers or to assist our members with specific topics.