Treatment with Cocaine Anonymous support-groups

What Is Cocaine Anonymous

Cocaine Anonymous is an association of men and women who share their strengths, hopes and experiences with each other so that they might figure out their common issue, and assist other people to recover from their dependency.

The most ideal approach to contact somebody is to address them on a typical level. Cocaine Anonymous members are all recovering addicts who help each other keep away from the drug by working together. Cocaine Anonymous individuals originate from different social, ethnic, monetary and religious foundations, yet what they have similar is addiction.


To join, the only requirement is wanting to stop using cocaine and all other substances.


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Any person who desires to quit using cocaine and all the other drugs that produce mood changes (including alcohol and other substances) is very welcome. There are no levies or charges for enrolment; we are completely self-supporting through our own particular commitments.

In order to foot the bills for rent, coffee, literature and the programs meant to support struggling addicts, some voluntary contributions are sought. However, there should not be any feeling of compulsion when it comes to contributions in the case of newcomers. Monetary contributions from people that are not their members are not welcome.


Cocaine Anonymous are not aligned with any group, section, legislative issues, association or foundation. Cocaine Anonymous don't want to become engaged in any controversial matter and don't oppose/endorse any causes.


Keeping in mind the end goal to keep up honesty and maintain a strategic distance from any conceivable entanglements, Cocaine Anonymous are not associated with any outside association. Cocaine Anonymous is a spiritual programme but does not identify itself with any religious group. Members of Cocaine Anonymous choose their spiritual path to follow. Individual partakers may have feelings of their own; however Cocaine Anonymous in general has no assessment on outside issues. They also do not affiliate with any rehab, hospital, or recovery residences, but many organizations like these do recommend patients to Cocaine Anonymous to help them stay drug free.


Cocaine Anonymous' basic role is to remain free from cocaine and all other personality adjusting substances in addition to help other people accomplish a similar opportunity.


Ensuring that addicts defeat this ailment of theirs is the major mission of Cocaine Anonymous. Individual experience has demonstrated that the best approach to achieve and keep up sobriety is to work with others experiencing a similar illness.

Cocaine Anonymous adopts the Twelve Steps of Recovery as it has seen great results from using the programme.

The Goal

For anyone who comes to Cocaine Anonymous for help, the Fellowship only wishes to help with recovery and helping individuals stay sober. Cocaine Anonymous is not involved in any research, treatment whether medical or psychiatric, education or any misrepresentations of facts,- members are free to engage in anything outside the programme.

Anyone in trouble with cocaine, "crack" cocaine or any other substance of abuse and needs help are welcome to Cocaine Anonymous. There is no levy or charges for membership. Expenses are paid through voluntary contributions from Cocaine Anonymous members and they do not accept outside help.

Cocaine Anonymous was developed on the foundation of Alcoholic Anonymous in 1935. Like AA, Cocaine Anonymous implements the Twelve Step method, which emphasizes service to others as the way to recovery. They believe that an addict chatting to another addict can offer a degree of shared understanding and partnership that's difficult to get via other manners.

For someone desperately searching for hope about their own addiction, hearing from someone who has recovered and is passing on the experience is a really powerful message. The bond that develops between Cocaine Anonymous members is stronger than other social relationships.

To further their fellowship, Cocaine Anonymous has regular meetings where new members can find them and get help with the answers they're looking for.