Secular Organizations for Sobriety

Secular Organizations for Sobriety Group of Saskatoon (SOSGS) is a support group for addicted individuals in Saskatoon.  Secular Organizations for Sobriety/Save Our Selves (SOS) is one alternative for people who are uncomfortable with the spiritual content of 12-step and faith-based programs. SOS is a sobriety-focused, secular, self-empowering approach to addiction recovery.

We respect diversity, welcome healthy skepticism, and encourage rational thinking as well as the expression of feelings. We each take responsibility for our individual sobriety without depending upon supernatural beliefs.

It should never be necessary to compromise principles and integrity in the search for recovery.

IMPORTANT: Meetings are cancelled until further notice. Plans are to start up again with a new location and possibly a new date and time. You can still contact  sos_sask@cficanada.ca with any questions, ideas for the group, and/or to be put on a mailing list for updates and notifications.

Toronto website: http://www.cficanada.ca/resources/secular_organizations_for_sobriety
International website: www.sossobriety.org

This is a sobriety meeting. Our focus is on abstaining from alcohol or other mind-altering drugs.

2 Responses to “Secular Organizations for Sobriety”

  1. Matthew Argent February 19, 2011 at 10:45 am #

    Sweet! I will definitely be there!

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