Cocaine Anonymous - Treatment support-groups

Cocaine Anonymous - What Is It?

A group of men and women who come together to share their drug use experience, strength, and hope in the bid to defeat their common problem and assist others in their struggle to do so is named Cocaine Anonymous.

The most ideal approach to contact somebody is to address them on a typical level. Those who belong to Cocaine Anonymous are all addicts who are recovering and remain sober by working together with other people. Cocaine Anonymous does not discriminate against members either on the social, race, economic or religious status, they focus on what they all share, the addiction to cocaine.


The qualifying criteria to be a member is that one wants to quit using cocaine and other substances of abuse.


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So far as you desire to quit using cocaine and other substances that hamper the functioning of the brain (including alcohol and other drugs), you are highly welcome. There are no membership fees; Cocaine Anonymous is completely self-supporting via our own donations.

Coffee, rentals, materials and other services offered to struggling addicts are covered by Cocaine Anonymous asking for voluntary contributions at meetings. There is no pressure to contribute especially for the new members if they are not in a position to give. They don't acknowledge gifts from associations or people outside the cooperation.


The Cocaine Anonymous does not liaise with any institution, organisation, politics, denomination or sect No causes are endorsed or opposed by the group and we do not get into any controversial acts and topics.


Cocaine Anonymous does not work with any organisation to protect its values and credibility. Although they are a spiritual programme, Cocaine Anonymous link with no religion. Cocaine Anonymous individuals are allowed to characterize their deep sense of being as they see fit. While each member is free to have opinions of their own, Cocaine Anonymous does not officially have an opinion on outside issues. They are not connected with any rehabilitations, hospitals or recovery houses, though several of these places do refer people to Cocaine Anonymous to keep them sober.


Cocaine Anonymous' main goal is for their members to stay off of cocaine and other mind altering drugs and to help other members achieve the same goals.


Ensuring that addicts defeat this ailment of theirs is the major mission of Cocaine Anonymous. Collaborating with people who suffer the same ailment has been discovered as the best method of becoming and remaining sober.

The Twelve Steps of Recovery is used by Cocaine Anonymous, due to its proven positive effects.

The Objective

Cocaine Anonymous is only concerned with the individual recovery and on-going sobriety of the individual substance addict who approaches them for assistance. Although some members participate in things like drug addiction research, medical or psychiatric treatment, drug education, or propaganda on an individual level, Cocaine Anonymous does not participate as a fellowship.

Cocaine Anonymous is open to everyone who communicates a wish to quit using cocaine, including other drugs that produce mood changes and "crack" cocaine. We charge no fees or dues to become a member. While all external helps are refused politely, voluntary donations from members are used to settle all bills by Cocaine Anonymous.

The program of rehabilitation was adjusted from the program created by Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935. Like AA, Cocaine Anonymous utilizes the Twelve Step recuperation strategy which includes services to others as a way towards recuperation from enslavement. For them, that union and understanding that could hardly come from other methods is easily struck when an addict talks to another addict.

Those in desperate need of help and understanding, talking with someone who has been through the same works great and gives them confidence that they too can overcome. The togetherness that exists among members of Cocaine Anonymous cannot be altered by any social background.

Regular meetings are held by Cocaine Anonymous to help these bonds grow and provide an opportunity for new members to join to gain the assistance they are after.