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 ultimate way to reach a person is to chat with him/her on a shared level. Those who belong to Cocaine Anonymous are all addicts who are recovering and remain sober by working together with other people. Members of Cocaine Anonymous come from different ethnic, religious, social and economic backgrounds, though what they do share is their addiction.


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


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Any individual who needs to quit utilizing cocaine and all other personality modifying substances (counting liquor and different medications) is welcome. There are no membership fees; Cocaine Anonymous is completely self-supporting via our own donations.

Cocaine Anonymous do request non-compulsory donations at meetings to pay for things like rent, literature, coffee, rent, and services to assist the people who are still undergoing hardship. However, there should not be any feeling of compulsion when it comes to contributions in the case of newcomers. They don't accept any contributions from people/organisations that are not part of the association.


Cocaine Anonymous is not affiliated with any group whether political or religious, organisation or institution of any kind. We don't wish to participate in any contention and we neither underwrite nor contradict any causes.


To maintain integrity and stay away from controversy, Cocaine Anonymous do not align with any outside groups. Cocaine Anonymous is a spiritual programme but does not identify itself with any religious group. The definition of their individual spiritual life as they want is an exclusive right of all Cocaine Anonymous members. As a group, Cocaine Anonymous does not have a stand on any issue outside the programme but, members are free to form their opinions. 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' 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.

Cocaine Anonymous utilize the Twelve Steps of Recovery, since it has as of now been demonstrated that the Twelve-Step recuperation program works.

The Purpose

For anyone who comes to Cocaine Anonymous for help, the Fellowship only wishes to help with recovery and helping individuals stay sober. Though Cocaine Anonymous members may get into drug education, propaganda, psychiatric and medical treatment, and drug addiction research, the body does not engage in any of these as an organisation.

Cocaine Anonymous is open to everyone who communicates a wish to quit using cocaine, including other drugs that produce mood changes and "crack" cocaine. No membership fees and dues are involved. Expenses are paid through voluntary contributions from Cocaine Anonymous members and they do not accept outside help.

The recovery programme was modified from the Alcoholics Anonymous programme which was devised in 1935. Like AA, Cocaine Anonymous implements the Twelve Step method, which emphasizes service to others as the way to recovery. It is believed that a person with experience is better placed to understand and empathise with one struggling with the same addiction.

The way that an individual has recuperated from their fixation and is unreservedly passing this experience on to the following individual, is an intense message for somebody who is frantically hunting down a solution to their own addiction. The bond that develops between Cocaine Anonymous members is stronger than other social relationships.

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.