When you have experienced a traumatic event in your life, it is helpful to talk with other people who are facing similar challenges. We all learn and develop our self-confidence by interacting with others and observing how each of us responds to the challenge. The more similar these individuals and challenges are to ourselves and the ones we are facing, the greater the learning. For these reasons and many more, Survivors of Incest Anonymous emphasizes the importance of fellowship in recovery and we provide a variety of ways for you to connect and engage with the community. We encourage you to explore them all and hope that you find the best fit for you and your own journey. Whether you want to share your experience with other co-survivors in weekly group meetings, connect with a regional intergroup, or attend one of our empowering conferences, you will discover a safe, welcoming, and supportive environment.
We use groups and meetings interchangeably for any regular gathering of survivors to fellowship and heal. Groups and meetings who register on our world wide directory agree to follow the 12 Traditions of SIA.
World Service Committees meet throughout the year. Annual World Service Conferences take place virtually or in person. Join those who have discovered the growth we can experience through working our 12th step.
The 12 concepts of service provide guidance to the individuals, groups, intergroups, and service committees in their endeavors to provide service to the survivor seeking recovery through the SIA program