Survivors of Incest Anonymous
Coming Home Phone Line
for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Call  1.712.432.8808     
Access code 742247#

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About Us

SIA like other 12 step fellowships works very differently from most organizations. We are an inverted pyramid. The individual Survivors are at the top, followed by Groups, Intergroups, Regions and World Service Conference (WSC) Committees. The Board of Trustees (BoT) oversees the operations of the World Service Office (WSO) and Concept of Service and a set of by-laws. The BoT also serves on or works closely with the WSC Committees who are also guide by the 12 Traditions and 12 Concepts of Service. More information on all these is available on" CHPL HISTORY On July 13, 2012, the first meeting began on the SIA Coming Home Phone Line. years later, we offer meetings and fellowship for survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

What is Survivors of Incest Anonymous?

We are a self-help support group of persons over age 18 who have experienced sexual abuse by members of our immediate or extended families, or by others in a positions of authority over us as children. We use first names only and maintain confidentiality. SIA is not allied with any sect, denomination, political entity, organization, or institution, does not wish to engage in any controversy, and neither endorses nor opposes any causes. We are financially self-supporting. Our primary purpose is to help those who have been sexually abused.

As you begin, Here is some information to help with questions from newcomers. SIA HISTORY ❖ Founded in 1982 ❖ Adapted from the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous ❖ Adheres to the adapted 12 Traditions ❖ Meetings held in person and online internationally ❖ Growing resource for incest and childhood sexual abuse survivors ❖ Survivors facilitate the groups (not professionals) ❖ Perpetrators not welcomed to SIA meetings Members are of all varying: ❖ racial, ethnic, religious and political backgrounds ❖ ages (primarily 18 years of age to 80+) ❖ marital statuses ❖ sexual orientations ❖ genders ❖ degrees of ability or disability Literature approved by the World Service Office is available to buy and download from Many survivors attend other 12-Step Fellowships to help address pertinent issues: ❖ SIA can cooperate with other fellowships to help the individual within their fellowship: ❖ AA, NA, OA, SLAA, Al-Anon, etc. Remember: IF ANYONE OF US CAN RECOVER THAN SO CAN ALL OF US

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