Relationship Rescue for Wives and Girlfriends of Internet Pornography Addicts

Help For Wives and Girlfriends to Overcome The Affects of Pornography Addiction





 
 
Accountability Software For Porn Addictions

You can't be everywhere at once. Technology got you into this mess. Let technology help 
lighten your burden.  
Accountability Software may help your husband or boyfriend learn 
to resist their compulsion to surf for porn.

Counseling
Regular visits with a therapist may be an important part of your recovery. Get started by 
visiting the 
Mental Health Professional page for info.

12-Step Group
Listed below are select groups supporting partners of those struggling with porn 
addictions.  Some meetings are open to anyone who wishes to attend, while others are 
"closed to members only" or are gender specific. It is best to check ahead by calling a local 
hot line number; this will help determine the best choice of meeting. The hot line 
numbers will usually confidentially take your name and number and call you back with 
meeting information or provide a recorded announcement.

S-Anon
National: (615) 833-3152
Los Angeles: (818) 973-2235
National 12 step program for spouses of sexual addicts and partners of sexual offenders. 
Primarily married women in attendance. Companion program to SA.

COSA
National: 612-537-6904
National 12 step program for partners and significant others of sexual addicts and sexual 
offenders. Both men and women in attendance. Companion program to SAA.

COSLAA
National: (860) 456-0032
A 12 step support group for the recovery of family, friends, and significant others whose 
lives have been affected by their relationship with someone addicted to sex and love. 
COSLAA, also known as CO-Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous.

Recovering Couples Anonymous (RCA)
National: (314) 830-2600
A national 12 step program focused on the recovery issues of the couple itself. Both 
partners (addict and co-addict) are encouraged to attend. All committed couples are 
welcome.

Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH)
National: (770) 989-9754
NCSAC is an invaluable resource providing information for professionals and recovering 
people regarding therapists, treatment centers, support groups and written materials.



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