Cocaine Anonymous is a Fellowship of, by, and for addicts seeking recovery.
you think you might have a problem with cocaine and/or other mind altering substances,
you want to quit but find that hard,
you can stop, but can’t stay stopped,
you are in the right place.
We are a fellowship of addicts who meet together to share our experience, strength and hope for the purpose of staying sober and helping others achieve the same freedom. Everything heard at our meetings is to be treated as confidential. To be a member, you only have to want to quit, and show up. We also exchange phone numbers, and give and seek support from one another between meetings.
We are all on equal footing here. There are no professional therapists offering treatment, and no one “runs” the group. Everyone in these rooms is here because he or she has a desire to stop using cocaine. Our program, called the Twelve Steps of Recovery, is gratefully borrowed from Alcoholics Anonymous, whose more than 75 years of experience with substance abuse teaches us that the best human help an addict can receive is from another addict. Some of us may first come to C.A. while in a treatment program or seeking individual psychotherapy. We say, “Fine, do whatever works for you.” We don’t pretend to have all the answers. But experience teaches that a recovering addict will almost certainly relapse without the ongoing support of fellow addicts.
We welcome newcomers to C.A. with more genuine warmth and acceptance in our hearts than you can probably now imagine. For you are the life blood of our program. In great part it is by carrying the message of recovery to others like ourselves that we keep our own sobriety. We are all helping ourselves by helping each other.
Cocaine Anonymous is a Fellowship of, by, and for addicts seeking recovery. Friends and family of addicts should contact Co-Anon Family Groups, a Fellowship dedicated to their much different needs.