Intergroup Service Opportunities

The December 10, 2022 elections for service roles, for the new newly formed Australian Intergroup, elected members to service roles from Darwin, Perth, Sydney and Melbourne. Some positions remain vacant:

For more information, or to nominate for these positions please contact Intergroup Secretary

New Men’s Zoom Meeting Tuesday 6.30pm AET

This 90 minute meeting was the existing Rushcutter’s Bay meeting that moved online during Covid, and then began as a new meeting when the in-person meeting resumed in August 2022.

This meeting encourages supporting the newcomer, healing fellowship, safe sharing, sponsorship and tools for working an effective SLAA program. No sobriety requirement for sharing.

Week 1 – Meditation meeting
Week 2 & 3 – Reading
Week 4/5 – Speaker meeting (Hybrid with Rushcutters Bay Face to Face meeting)

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Intergroup Service Positions Election December 10

All positions on the Australian Intergroup are for a one year term. Requirements for all positions include

  • regular attendance at Australian SLAA meetings (in person or virtual)
  • a minimum 3 months self-defined sobriety
  • resident in Australia
  • not holding a service position in another Intergroup

See the Intergroup Constitution and Intergroup Purpose and Roles for more details.

Existing officeholder retiring

Existing officeholder has renominated

For more information or to nominate for a position please contact Intergroup Chair

Election will be held at the regular Australian Intergroup meeting on zoom at 12.30 pm AET on December 10

Thank you to the Sydney Fellowship

At the first meeting of the Australian Intergroup on September 10, 2022 the following motion was passed unanimously.

The Australian Intergroup expresses its gratitude to the Sydney fellowship for providing national services to the Australian SLAA fellowship, through the Sydney Intergroup, for over 25 years.

Welcome to the SLAA Australian Intergroup

On August 13, 2022 the Sydney Intergroup became the Australian Intergroup after constitutional amendments were approved. This was after a year long process consulting with the national fellowship. All groups nationally, either in-person or virtual, are now able to participate in the Australian Intergroup.

The Victorian Intergroup initiated this process when it proposed to merge with the Sydney Intergroup to create a national intergroup.

Any SLAA member may attend Intergroup. However only Intergroup Representatives, appointed by SLAA groups, and Intergroup office-holders are eligible to vote.

The Intergroup WhatsApp group is where Intergroup Meeting agendas and minutes are circulated. Intergroup Representatives and interested members are invited to join the WhatsApp Group by emailing

Next Intergroup meeting is Saturday September 10 at Noon, AEST.

More information about Intergroup functions and services can be found on the Intergroup webpage.